Glowing Green Visor

Glowing Green Visor

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    15 Aug 2021
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    19 Aug 2021
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I kinda dig how this one turned out. I wanted a record of how I did it, for the future. I forget things...

  1. Basecoat the visor with a pure white like Dead White . Dont worry about being super neat.
  2. Paint the recess with Tesseract Glow . Drag your brush from the centre to the outside, depositing more pigment away from tthe light source. Let some settle in any recesses, to get a variety in shade.
  3. Take some pure white and paint a small amount in the centre (if that's where the light is coming from).
  4. With some thin Warp Lightning , pop just a small amount into the edges furthest from the light source.
  5. Glaze some Warpstone Glow around the edges of the light source. This is to simulate glow.
  6. Glaze a small.amount of Moot Green only on edges very close to the light source.

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Citadel Painting System 4
Layer 2
  • Moot Green
  • Warpstone Glow
Technical 1
  • Tesseract Glow
Contrast 1
  • Warp Lightning
Vallejo Game Color
Base 1
  • 72.001 Dead White
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