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Mark Theurer is an all around good guy, and his online mag is pretty cool. It's more work than most of us do to propel the hobby!!

 

I would think Warlord models would be protected more with a dip; many of them have Toughness, so you push them over on occasion, and if you play enough games, somebody's gonna get chipped.

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Mark Theurer is an all around good guy, and his online mag is pretty cool. It's more work than most of us do to propel the hobby!!

 

I would think Warlord models would be protected more with a dip; many of them have Toughness, so you push them over on occasion, and if you play enough games, somebody's gonna get chipped.

 

 

I've never really tried dipping it's similar to the overall wash technique I used sometimes. I wonder if you could highlight over the minwax dip just in places.

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I've never really tried dipping it's similar to the overall wash technique I used sometimes. I wonder if you could highlight over the minwax dip just in places.

....one can apply a strong 'hi-lite' before dip'n.

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I've never really tried dipping it's similar to the overall wash technique I used sometimes. I wonder if you could highlight over the minwax dip just in places.

....one can apply a strong 'hi-lite' before dip'n.

 

 

Ah cool I had considered that as well. Blocking in the colors then doing a very bright one layer highlight then dipping or even doing a bright drybrush. Figured I'd get a good gradient that way. Not sure I would do it with every type of troop but I could see where it would come in handy for some.

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