In my continuing persuit of better quality for my 28mm models, I’ve taken some advice from a thread I started on TMP. I’m going to try washing the white basecoat and then drybrushing over that. I’ve created a grey wash with some paint and Future floor polish that I have from some previous experiments years ago.
Here is the original model, turn down your monitor brightness or the white may cause some temporary blindness.
Here is the same model with a grey wash on it. I don’t think the photo shows just how dark the actual wash is, but I’m not very happy with just washing the white.
Here is the same model with a white drybrush over the the wash. I’m a big fan of this actually. I will most likely use this method, it’s all down to fine tuning it now.
More experiments to follow, I have some figures primed white and grey that I will be experimenting on with more washes.