Sharing Wet Blending Techniques And Options
Today I got an email from 73rd pointing me to a model he just finished using a technique I shared with him here.
The model is a Wood Elf Glade Guard and can be seen here on his blog, Whispering Woods.
Actually he emailed me a question a few weeks ago and I told him I would see what I could do with trying to explain "blending."
The post I put up on FTW can be found here. It was a real simple thing on wet blending and how I go about it to get fairly decent results, nothing Golden Daemon, but a little better than average if you take your time with it.
So 73rd takes this little nugget and runs with it... the result being a great looking model that he should defnitely be proud of.
Nice work 73rd and I'm glad I could help out a little bit.
UPDATE: I've since posted again about wet blending, this time with a much more in-depth article. You can find the article here.
If you're looking for an alternative to wet blending and ar comfortable with washes, you could try the method I used on the cloak as seen in this post here.
If you've got any questions about something in this post, shoot me a comment and I'll be glad to answer. Make sure to share your hobby tips and thoughts in the comments below!