SkaldinShadows Posted May 25, 2021 Share Posted May 25, 2021 Hi all, I'm working on prepping a white dragon. I've decided I want to underpaint it with blues, pinks, and yellows so that I can give the paint more dimension. I think that I want to glaze over top of the underpainting slowly with white so that I can deaden the intensity of the colors without losing it entirely. I've experience with glazing other colors, but not with white. Do any of you fine folks have any recommendations? I figure that it's going to take a long time to get where I want it to be, but I think that glazing might be the best option. I don't want to apply the undertone colors as a wash because I think they'll be too vibrant for what I'm trying to achieve, but I've not really seen much online about glazing with white. Anything that I'm overlooking? Things to avoid? TIA Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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