The miniature gaming community can be absolutely amazing sometimes. This is one of those times. You see, Games Workshop has recently released their contrast paints. Trying to figure out what the colors look like on actual models with actual Contrast Primers is very difficult; especially since they have just recently been released and there is not a lot of painting examples available.
Luckily for us miniature gamers and painters, the nice people at Warhammer – Chelmsford have made a wonderful set of tokens painted with the new Contrast Paints on not only the new Grey Seer and Wraithbone Primers, but also on the old Corax White Primer. These tokens are fantastic for those of us trying to figure out what Contrast Colors to use on our new painting projects.
However, the nice people at Warhammer – Chelmsford were not done. They next went and used the contrast paint on three additional primers: Zandri Dust, Leadbelcher Base, and Retribution Armour. This was nice as it showed the effects on both of the metal primers and I had been thinking about using it on some metallics for insectoid models.
I have found these tokens to be great aids when trying to figure out what contrast paints to use. Hopefully you will as well. If you like them, make sure to stop in and visit Warhammer – Chelmsford and give them a like and a nice comment.
That is all for this post. I have taxed my ability to focus on one single topic to its limit for today. Before I start to ramble and return to my regularly scheduled chaotically disorganized ways, I will thank you for stopping by and giving my blog a read. Until the next one, Utterly Unfocused signing out.