MoridinUK said:woodster17 said:That was certainly an interesting tutorial. If Vallejo do a glaze that's similar in colour to any light blue from the citadel paints then it would get the look i'm going for over a basecoat. Cheers Moridin, will take a look.
I think you could use any colour and make the glaze using the medium. 1 part colour to twelve parts glaze. May make a bit much if you are playing with a single model but I thought that was the idea.
In the tutorial he starts with a glaze that is mostly the base coat and moves up, doing several layers until the last glaze is just the highlight colour.
Then he made up a 1:12 wash of the base colour and washed the model to smooth out any banding...
A bit paint by numbers but a similar thing should work!
Ah! Ok I understand now. I misread and thought it was 1 part water to however many parts coloured glaze but the glaze is a standard clear and the colour would change intensity depending on ratio. That's interesting. You could conceivably work down something like a robe using increasing ratio's and have a blend effect. That would make things much more simple. Be an awful lot of effort but there are only 5 wraiths so probably worth it. Thanks for the advice.