Dreadnought dio painting

Published on 22/10/2020 @12:41:00 by vigilante sculpting

I've had a long session with the airbrush last night, and started reworking the lights on the dreadnought diorama. I picked up some burnt sienna ink for the torches, to replace the burnt umber I used before. I think this contrasts nicely with the blue overhead lights. (the burnt umber was too yellowish).

The only problem I have now is that in real life the blue sky light is way too saturated (doesn't look like it in the photo), so I need to desaturate this on the model… Any ideas how to go about this without the obvious "repaint it all" method? I'm thinking glazing over with some grey, but I'm not sure…

Originally posted on coolminiornot.com

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