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    piers brandpiers brand
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    #129729
    Steve Johnson
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    Beautiful work Piers.

    #129754
    deephorsedeephorse
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    Just what we’ve come to expect from you, excellent.

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    #129784
    ian pillayian pillay
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    Nice brush work 👍

    Tally-Ho!

    #129899
    Darkest Star GamesDarkest Star Games
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    Hey ya, that’s not bad at all!

    Question: wheb is the Splintermuster Light Shade used?  Highlighting after painting the base color and before other spots etc, or after all is painted?

    And, is the shader an ink for washing or is it a paint?

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #130121
    piers brandpiers brand
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    Hey ya, that’s not bad at all! Question: wheb is the Splintermuster Light Shade used? Highlighting after painting the base color and before other spots etc, or after all is painted? And, is the shader an ink for washing or is it a paint?

     

    I apply the camo base colours then the highlights.

    I then use the uniform filter, its neither a wash or a paint… it’s a very low pigment ‘stain’ with hardly any surface tension so it merely blends and discolours slightly the colours below. Brings it altogether.

    #130127
    Stephen Madjanovich
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    I apply the camo base colours then the highlights.

    I then use the uniform filter, its neither a wash or a paint… it’s a very low pigment ‘stain’ with hardly any surface tension so it merely blends and discolours slightly the colours below. Brings it altogether.[/quote]

    I like the look where the colours feel they are printed on to the fabric and not paint on the surface. Perhaps it is this product which helps to blend the colours in that way. I have only seen a few examples where all the colours on a subject look like what they are supposed to be. I last saw it applied to multi coloured camouflage on a vehicle. It appeared as though the colours were chosen to match each other tonally but the reality was a wash of some sort helped bind all the very disparate colours together with similar results to your work.

    Is this “uniform filter” part of the package shown, and if so which product, or is a separate product and if that is the case by whom and a product code would be appreciated. Thank you.

    #130151
    Darkest Star GamesDarkest Star Games
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    I then use the uniform filter

      Thank you.  Is this a separate AK product?

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    #130587
    piers brandpiers brand
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    The uniform filters come as a pack of three, on their own.

    #130589
    Stephen Madjanovich
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    The uniform filters come as a pack of three, on their own.

    These I assume? Thank you.

    Uniform Definition Filter SET

    #130620
    piers brandpiers brand
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    Yes that’s the set mate.

    I mainly use the Dark Brown on camo, and the green on Field Grey.

    #130635
    Darkest Star GamesDarkest Star Games
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    I had no idea that product existed.  They expand their lines so quickly!  Thank you.

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