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  1. This photo came across my social media and it seemed like good color inspiration for clothing colors that would rely on naturally dyed fabrics and not mass produced, like for fantasy and historical clothing
  2. I've been struggling for a good recipe. Using Reaper MSP paints and or Scale 75. What would make a good recipe for realistic desert terrain? And I do mean the Sahara or Egyptian kind of desert. I want to make some nice Egyptian themed undead, but my recipes are either too brown or too yellow and don't come off as real yet. So any thoughts?
  3. This thread is designed to advice to disabled people in the hobby. In starting this thread a free exchange of solutions are offered to those posting with difficulties in painting. Starting off ...I am new to painting and disabled. My Cerebral Palsy makes holding minis somewhat difficult while painting. Admitidlly, my CP is mild compared to most but fine muscle and motor control is a problem. Thus far, many suggested in my other post, http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?/topic/52019-getting-started/ the use of poster puddy stuck on a graspable surface (upside mud, pill bottle, and wooden doll) tends to work best. Bracing your brush hand against the table's edge is another idea that has been offered. I am curious to try it when my figures come in next week. For those who cannot hold the brush, a thought I had was a duplicate to the above but add your brush to the buddy. Are there any other ideas or methods that you can suggest?
  4. Hi there. What NMM colors do you guys use to make a metal object look like gold, silver, and copper?? I would really appreciate some combinations to go from a dark area(under the elbow facing down, to slowly changing to the bright effect where the light reflects from. Say start with a dark brown to light brown to tan to blonde to blonde + white for highlight. But what are your colors from Reaper preferably? Please list color number ie..09028 muddy brown then 09030 leather brown. Next 09032 amber gold, next, 09033 golden brown. I would really appreciate any help you masters could give me. Best regards, Hugdctr
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