Games Workshop - Citadel Colour Layer: Stormhost Silver (12ml) Paint

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Games Workshop - Citadel Colour Layer: Stormhost Silver (12ml) Paint

Games Workshop - Citadel Colour Layer: Stormhost Silver (12ml) Paint

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Stormhost Silver paint from Citadel Colour is a high-quality acrylic paint that is specially formulated to provide a smooth, metallic finish on miniature figurines. Its pigments are carefully selected to provide excellent coverage and durability, making it an ideal paint for use as a base coat or for highlighting and accenting other colors. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced miniature painter, this paint will be a valuable addition to your palette. Stormhost Silver is a cool silver color that is perfect for painting metallic parts of miniatures like armor, weapons and other machinery, it can also be used to create an analogous color scheme. It’s a versatile paint that can be used as a base coat for a variety of different projects and styles, and it’s also perfect for painting the details of miniatures. What armies to paint with Stormhost Silver

Stormhost Silver is nearly identical to Runefang Steel in color. It is very slightly brighter, but you will not notice it if you mix it into your army. It also is thinner and covers much better than Runefang. I applied all of these paints with a bit of foam – sponging it on roughly. The name of the game here is blending – using successive layers sparingly to even out a rusted and worn appearance.

Fowler’s No-Excuses Craft Paint Method

Tyler Mengel is here with a new guide to making models look great easily, and he’s turned his attention from the Mortal Realms to the far future – specifically the aeons-old warriors of the Necrons. Take it away, Tyler. OPTIONAL STEP: Leadbelcher spray is sometimes hydrophobic, so it might be a good idea to hit the sprayed barricades with matte varnish. If you don’t, it will take longer to apply the shade. So, what do I think about these? I do like them, there are a few issues with them compared to the old way of doing things though. With that, you should be ready to hit the field with your high fantasy Spartan-adjacent stormzaddies. As for the animals, mounts, and other attendant critters, I usually go for naturalistic schemes drawn from wildlife. I can’t say I’ve really written these down since I didn’t standardize them, but browns and tans will get you where you need to go. I’m real excited to get to grips with the dragons soon and paint them up like Stellagama or Ground Agama lizards. Painting similar colors as the gem coat for the undercoat seemed like it was neat. But it needs smoother blends to make the effect really pop, unless its on a very small gem. That said, if you're going to do the work blending colors and making it a smooth transition from one to another, you might as well paint gems the "old school way".

Tainted Gold: This is a gold paint with an aged, green hue, that also works for a realistic brass effect. I recommend adding a light silver paint such as Stormhost Silver or Shining Silver Warpaint for creating highlights. I made this decision based on my expertise of the Warhammer 40k universe, the color schemes of the different Space Marine factions and armies are well established, therefore it’s easy to see which paint will look great with the different factions. Stormhost Silver Colour Schemes & Combinations Ok, here’s a really fast one. Prime whatever. Basecoat gunmetal / leadbelcher, etc. Drybrush roughly with silver. Apply Dirty Down Rust effect all over, let it dry, and wipe it down with a wet paper towel. When it’s thoroughly dry, apply some more Dirty Down Rust (and verdigris if you want) in dings and recesses. Done. The method I used for painting gold on these guys was similar to the method used in the HTPE Custodes article.


Using a piece of foam I sponged on some Stormhost Silver . I only did this on areas that would make sense for wear and tear, such as hard edges. This gives a nice worn look in a random pattern. Use this sparingly.

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