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  • Dry: Dawnstone (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Dawnstone (12ml)

    6 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry: Tyrant Skull(12ml)

    Citadel Dry Tyrant Skull (12ml)

    6 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Praxeti White (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Praxeti White (12ml)

    8 in stock

    Citadel dry verf 12 ml

    8 in stock

    €3,45

  • Citadel  Necron compound(12ml)

    Citadel Citadel Necron compound (12ml)

    5 in stock

    Base paints are the foundation of the Classic Method of painting. The high pigment count of these paints means they provide excellent coverage, giving you a base of rich colour to paint over. Specially formulated to provide a solid basecoat with a high pigment count Smooth matt finish Pot size: 12ml Basisverven vormen de basis van de klassieke methode van schilderen. Het hoge pigmentgehalte van deze verven betekent dat ze een uitstekende dekking bieden, waardoor u een basis van rijke kleuren krijgt om over te schilderen. Speciaal samengesteld om een ​​solide basislaag met een hoog pigmentgehalte te bieden Gladde matte afwerking inhoud: 12ml

    5 in stock

    €3,45

  • Longbeard Grey (12ml)

    Citadel Longbeard Grey (12ml)

    9 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    9 in stock

    €3,45

  • Ryza Rust

    Citadel Ryza Rust

    6 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Golden Griffon (12ml)

    Citadel Golden Griffon (12ml)

    5 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    5 in stock

    €3,45

  • Off-White Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Off-White Dry Brush 30 ml

    3 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #off #white

    3 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry: Eldar Flesh 12ml

    Citadel Dry: Eldar Flesh 12ml

    6 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry Astorath Red (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Astorath Red (12ml)

    5 in stock

    Citadel dry verf 12 ml

    5 in stock

    €3,45

  • Bonemeal Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Bonemeal Dry Brush 30 ml

    6 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #bonemeal

    6 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry: Sylvaneth Bark

    Citadel Dry: Sylvaneth Bark

    6 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry: Wrack White

    Citadel Dry Wrack White

    6 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry: Nurgling Green (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Nurgling Green (12ml)

    7 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    7 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry: Niblet Green (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Niblet Green (12ml)

    6 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry: Terminatus Stone(12ml)

    Citadel Dry Terminatus Stone(12ml)

    6 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    6 in stock

    €3,45

  • Butter Yellow Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Butter Yellow Dry Brush 30 ml

    6 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #butter #yellow

    6 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry Slaanesh Grey (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Slaanesh Grey (12ml) (uit collectie)

    2 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    2 in stock

    €3,00

  • Dry: Sigmarite (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Sigmarite (12ml)

    9 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    9 in stock

    €3,45

  • Dry: Stormfang (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Stormfang (12ml)

    7 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    7 in stock

    €3,45

  • Underhive Ash (12ml)

    Citadel Underhive Ash (12ml)

    9 in stock

    Citadel dry verf 12 ml

    9 in stock

    €3,45

  • Grimdark Orange Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Grimdark Orange Dry Brush 30 ml

    4 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #grimdark #orange

    4 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dark Forged Iron Metallic Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Dark Forged Iron Metallic Dry Brush 30 ml

    5 in stock

    Metallic Dry brush paint Dry brushing has gained popularity in the scale modeling and wargaming community as a technique for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure. Metallic dry brush paints are specifically designed and have a special metal pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle metallic effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as metallic rust or weathering. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles when using metallic dry brush paint. This will help to create the desired metallic effect and ensure that the metallic paint is applied evenly and without damaging the bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of metallic paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the metallic paint is applied smoothly. For those who are new to the metallic dry brushing technique, these paints are an excellent choice. They can be used for various applications, including highlighting miniature figures' details and creating a metallic-weathered look on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces to create unique metallic effects. Uses for Metallic Dry Brush Paints in modeling In particular, these paints are frequently employed in the dry brushing technique. Here are some common modeling applications: Dry brush paints are used to enhance the details of miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. The metallic version is ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as metallic rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with metallic paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered metallic appearance. Metallic paints can also be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with metallic silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metallic surfaces. They can enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a visually striking metallic effect. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces, weapons, tanks, and other large models. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #metallic #dark #forged #iron

    5 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry Hellion Green (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Hellion Green (12ml) (uit collectie)

    3 in stock

    Citadel dry verf 12 ml

    3 in stock

    €3,00

  • Dry Thunderhawk Blue (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Thunderhawk Blue (12ml) (uit collectie)

    4 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    4 in stock

    €3,00

  • Storm Grey Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Storm Grey Dry Brush 30 ml

    5 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #storm #grey

    5 in stock

    €3,75

  • Rock Grey Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Rock Grey Dry Brush 30 ml

    6 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #rock #grey

    6 in stock

    €3,75

  • Blue Wolf Touch Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Blue Wolf Touch Dry Brush 30 ml

    4 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #blue #wolf #touch

    4 in stock

    €3,75

  • Raptor Green Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Raptor Green Dry Brush 30 ml

    5 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #raptor #green

    5 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry Puke Green Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Dry Puke Green Dry Brush 30 ml

    4 in stock

    Dry brush paint Dry brushing is a popular technique used in the scale modeling and wargaming community for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure.  Dry brush paints are specifically designed and are thicker than traditional ones and have a higher pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as rust, weathering, or stone texture. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles. This will help to create the desired effect and ensure that the paint is applied evenly and without damaging their bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the paint is applied smoothly. These paints are a great option for those who are new to the dry brushing technique, which can be used in a variety of applications, from highlighting the details of miniature figures to creating a weathered appearance on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces.  Common uses in modeling for Dry Brush Paints These paints, in particular, are often used in this Dry Brushing technique. Here are some common uses in modeling: Highlighting details: They are often used to highlight the details on miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. Creating weathering effects: They are ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered appearance. Adding texture: They can be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metal surfaces. Enhancing contrast: They can also be used to enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a more visually appealing appearance. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces or large models. Painting scenery: They can be used to paint scenery, such as rocks, trees, and buildings. By using a dry brushing technique, it creates a more realistic appearance with subtle shades and highlights. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #dry #puck #green

    4 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry Aged Silver Metallic Dry Brush 30 ml

    GreenStuffWorld Dry Aged Silver Metallic Dry Brush 30 ml

    6 in stock

    Metallic Dry brush paint Dry brushing has gained popularity in the scale modeling and wargaming community as a technique for creating a variety of effects. This technique involves using brushes with a small amount of paint to selectively highlight raised areas of a model, terrain piece, or miniature figure. Metallic dry brush paints are specifically designed and have a special metal pigment concentration, allowing the user to layer gradually to build up the desired effect and therefore making them ideal for creating a more subtle metallic effect. They have a unique texture and consistency, which can help to create specific effects such as metallic rust or weathering. It is important to use a good quality, flat or round brush with flexible bristles when using metallic dry brush paint. This will help to create the desired metallic effect and ensure that the metallic paint is applied evenly and without damaging the bristles. The brush should be loaded with a small amount of metallic paint, and the excess should be removed before applying it to the model or terrain piece. This will help to prevent clumping and ensure that the metallic paint is applied smoothly. For those who are new to the metallic dry brushing technique, these paints are an excellent choice. They can be used for various applications, including highlighting miniature figures' details and creating a metallic-weathered look on vehicles and terrain pieces. It is a versatile technique that can be used on a range of surfaces to create unique metallic effects. Uses for Metallic Dry Brush Paints in modeling In particular, these paints are frequently employed in the dry brushing technique. Here are some common modeling applications: Dry brush paints are used to enhance the details of miniature figures, such as wrinkles in clothing, facial features, and weapons. The metallic version is ideal for creating weathering effects on models, such as metallic rust, dirt, and grime. By lightly dragging a dry paintbrush loaded with metallic paint over the surface of the model, it creates a worn, weathered metallic appearance. Metallic paints can also be used to add texture to a model's surface. For example, a dry brush with metallic silver can be used to create the appearance of scratches on metallic surfaces. They can enhance contrast on a model's surface, creating a visually striking metallic effect. This is particularly useful when painting terrain pieces, weapons, tanks, and other large models. Content: 30ml #dry #brush #paint #greenstuffworld #modeling #metallic #dry #aged #silver

    6 in stock

    €3,75

  • Dry Chronus Blue (12ml)

    Citadel Dry Chronus Blue (12ml) (uit collectie)

    5 in stock

    Citadel dry brush verf 12 ml

    5 in stock

    €3,00

  • Dry: Verminlord Hide

    Citadel Dry: Verminlord Hide (gaat uit collectie)

    5 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    5 in stock

    €3,00

  • Dry: Golgfag Brown

    Citadel Dry: Golgfag Brown

    4 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    4 in stock

    €3,45

  • Kindleflame

    Citadel Kindleflame (gaat uit collectie)

    5 in stock

    Citadel Dry verf 12 ml

    5 in stock

    €3,00

  • Lucius Lilac (12ml)

    Citadel Lucius Lilac (12ml)

    5 in stock

    Citadel dry verf 12 ml

    5 in stock

    €3,45

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