How to Make Warhammer Textured Paint for Terrain
Painting your warhammer buildings and bunkers will give your terrain more different looks. It will give the beauty it deserves and just by the looks of it you can tell it and can compare your warhammer buildings to a real one. But if you still want to add more variety and uniqueness to your buildings adding textured paint can gives more realism in that it looks lifelike and made of concrete. You will not need to put concrete to your buildings to have it look like just by adding textured paint will do it. So its time to know how to produce a textured paint. For in this article you will learn hot to simply make textured paint.
-container or small bucket
-paint of any color
Step 1 select paint
The first thing we will do is picking or selecting the paint that you will be using, when you have the paint you going to get textured put in a pale. When you select the paint you must keep in mind the paints you are always using, now for that reason we usually use acrylic black paints. Because it is usually use a base coat using chaos black.
Step 2 Different types of texture
When you have already your selected paint its time to add texture. This can be done in so many ways. One way and the most common way of adding texture to your paint is to add fine sand to the paint. This can add varying amounts depending on how textured you want it. You will get a feel for it yourself if its time to stop the adding of sand to the paint.
The other way to add texture to your paint is by adding styrofoam bits. In doing this simply grind a piece of styrofoam into your paint.
Next gather your debris and bits. And pour it in the bucket with paint.
And there you have it. You have now your textured paint ready to use.
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