So yeah, they start to look like something. I paint the white areas with VGC Ghost Grey, a very light cool grey and highlight them afterwards with White. The result looks still like white but there is more definition (unfortunately it’s hard to see on the picture above because lighting is bad). On GW studio models they paint a flat white basecoat and then do a lot of shading.
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