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That top-down shot of the floor is awesome! How did you achieve the gradient between the green and red? Giving such depth and wear to flat stone can be tricky, but you did wonderful, and kept it muted enough to still work well as a game grid.

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14 hours ago, Spodi said:

That top-down shot of the floor is awesome! How did you achieve the gradient between the green and red? Giving such depth and wear to flat stone can be tricky, but you did wonderful, and kept it muted enough to still work well as a game grid.

 

Being completely honest all I did was very lightly added two colors to the end of my brush on opposite ends and then went across a few times in wavy strokes and swirls until it looked good. All while avoiding it leaking down into the cracks of the floor. That's how I did it. Probably looks good because natural stuff isn't planned to look natural. It just chaotically happens. Then I topped it off with trying to unevenly paint browns and greens and feathering in some white. Lol. 

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