A Blog dedicated to the creation of my Seven Years' War Army in miniature.
Among other things!
What I usually do is use a black undercoat . . . and then a white damp-brush over it. This provides all of the shadow pluses, but the white damp-brush (that is a bit heavier than a simple dry-brush) really helps bring up details. This method also does some "shading" since paints are really slightly translucent and not really fully opaque.-- Jeff
I thought it was called Overbrushing? Or is that something else... :-)DwarfMan
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