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  1. Citadel has just released (to pre-order - they're coming out next week) a new line of Contrast paints which behave rather differently than conventional minis paints in a number of respects. I recently got a chance to play around with them at my local Warhammer store, and wrote down some initial impressions. Has anyone else gotten a chance to mess around with these, and if so, what was your thoughts on them? (my favorite result down below)
  2. Recently I bought a bottle of the brown GW contrast paint (Fyreslayer Flesh), and decided to try it out on this large Reaper metal bear (SKU 14452). It took less than an hour to finish, so color me impressed. I have all the Army painter quickshades, I am going to try some of those soon on other speed paints, just to see if I can get similar results. I painted the bear white first, then used the contrast paint, in some places I had to spot fix areas where it t go into every crevasse. Then I painted the mouth, eyes claws and base. and finished it off with some pre-made plant matter.
  3. Just a quick owlbear I did using the new citadel contrast paints. Considering it only took about 30 minutes, I thought it came out pretty well.
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