Cavern Test paint

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Re: Cavern Test paint

Post by LadySabelle » Wed Apr 06, 2016 2:12 am

GODofwar wrote:Good Lady Sabelle, your work is depressing. Because I will never have it can't reproduce it.

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It's only a little more involved than the standard painting for DF. True, there are quite a few more steps, but it's still mostly just dry brushing. I even provided the colors I use. Time consuming, but easy.
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Re: Cavern Test paint

Post by GODofwar » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:56 pm

Good Lady Sabelle, your work is depressing. Because I will never have it can't reproduce it.

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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by Runeweaver » Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:20 pm

Yellow mold...that brings up memories. hehe. Always had a hate/love relationship with it.

As for the red rocks, to me it gives a bit of a spaghetti western feel to it which I have never been a fan of personally. However, I must admit that you have definitely achieved a good redrock look. If that was the theme you were going for, then you nailed it. Different from the grey, and gives me some ideas.

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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by LadySabelle » Fri Jan 02, 2015 4:51 pm

Let me start by saying this color scheme was by far the most time consuming!
I've finally finished my first room. I included a yellow mold victim because the adventure I'm running tomorrow has a few patches of the stuff to catch unwary adventurers. ;)


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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by brvheart » Wed Dec 31, 2014 7:18 pm

Looks great! I really need to get a better camera or a better operator!

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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by AnimeSensei » Wed Dec 31, 2014 6:30 pm

Looks awesome!
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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by LadySabelle » Wed Dec 31, 2014 4:12 pm

I'm planning to go over the wood again with a light dry-brushing to hide the shine that the ink seems to give the wood.
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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by LadySabelle » Wed Dec 31, 2014 4:09 pm

Here's the end results of the red rock. I also made up the color card.
Color #1- 1part Craftsmart(CS) Golden Brown, 1part Apple Barrel(AB) Tuscan Red, 2parts AB Golden Sunset, 2parts CS Espresso (Dry-brushing but not done perfectly. Heavy in some spots, lighter in others. Good job for kids since the pieces don't need to be perfect.)

Color #2- 2parts CS Espresso, 1part Black (Accent Color on random stones and in streaks)

Color #3- AB Tuscan Red (Accent Color on random stones)

Color #4- Pokorny(PO) Lava Orange (Medium level dry-brushing)

Color #5- AB Golden Sunset (dry-brushing done very lightly in random spots)

Color #6- AB Khaki (Highlight dry-brushing)

Color #7- 3parts PO Stone Edge, 1part CS Expresso (drip formations)

Color #8- AB Golden Sunset (on ball formations/fungus)

Color #9- Americana (AM) Yellow Orchre (Highlight dry-brushing on fungus)

Color #10- Sepia Ink (in cracks and such)

Color #11- Folk Art (FA) Gold (a few streaks on walls and floors) They don't show well in the pictures and can only really be seen at certain angles anyway. But I like the effect.

Color? #12- Floor polish (for the pools and anywhere I used ink)

Color? #13- Flocking

Color #14- CS Golden Brown (on wood supports)

Color #15- 2parts Brown Ink, 1part Black Ink (wash on wood supports)

Color #16- Black (on chain)

Color #17- FA Gunmetal gray (on chain)



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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by Talistran » Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:49 pm

I love the colors on the test pieces, and the wetness. Great use of the floor wax.

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Re:Cavern Test paint

Post by Oldmanwillow » Tue Dec 30, 2014 3:35 pm

Very interesting colors. I like it.

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