Some more painting on the Harlequins. Great models, really fun to paint because of the variety of the sculpts.
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Will you be adding stripes, checkers, and/or hearts to them? I'm really a fan of the classic over-the-top style.
Thanks you're always welcome 🙂 I thin my paints usually with water and a little bit of P3 Mixing Medium.
No, it will be just the quartered scheme. I paint for the tabletop, and too much patterns would make the models look cluttered at an arm length. Also it would greatly increase the painting time, wouldn't be that fun when painting 10 of them.
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Looks great (as usual…you ever get tired of hearing that?) and the quartered scheme is looking good.
You may talk about this elsewhere, but do you thin your paints or add a flow-aid?