Cornrow WIP 3

Another couple layers of greys. It’s challenging to paint this way! I’m used to going back and forth with layers and glazes to get things right, but painting tabletop demands you get it right the first time. It’s actually a good learning experience in that respect.

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2 thoughts on “Cornrow WIP 3

  1. Not really. Painting is what you make of it. For some people, tabletop is base coat and dip, for others they might go back and forth doing whatever they like as they choose or until they get sick of the figure and want to see it gone. Point being is that any rules for tabletop are those you make for yourself.

    • Fair enough. For me, it’s getting a decent paint job as quickly as possible, which means one coat per layer instead of multiple coats and glazes. When I’ve been focused on improving my blending for the last 2 1/2 years, intentionally leaving poor blends is difficult, as the instinct is to go back and smooth the transitions.

      I could never get into any big army kind of game, for sure! Stuff like Infinity, Hell Dorado, etc; small skirmish is my only chance for actually playing a painted force 🙂

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