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@fireemblemrox , when painting figures.
First a basecoat or primer. I generally slop on a basecoat of whatever color is the most prominant color on the figure. Vipers-Medium or grass green. Gladiatrons-a bluish grey.
Then add on any drybrushing you might want to give the figure some extra depth. After, I will take a small fine point brush and add in all the little details,(Teeth, eyes, clothing, accessories,etc.) When all the details are done I add a wash.(Watered down paint with a touch of floor wax to help it cling to the crevices.) This gives the figure all the depth it has and helps the details pop. There are some painting tutorials on here I believe, but I would also check out Youtube under, Miniature figure painting. You could probably look up techniques on drybrushing and washing as well. How I get the colors matched is pretty simple. I just compare an original figure with the paint I have.
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