Here was something that I would work on to practice some of the glazing, and test out the new washes from Secret Weapon. He is an Ultraforge miniature, cast in resin, on a 50mm base.
Ultraforge make a lot of large creatures and demons... you can see them here:
I have already done a WIP post on this guy, which showed some of that glazing and tinting process. Not only did I test out some of the more 'traditional' washes from Secret Weapon, I also broke out a few of the very bright washes, such as the Fallout wash.
I mixed a lot of those washes in with my opaque paints when I went back in to the middle tones. That is something that I am trying to bring up as often as possible... not just in the specific glazing video.
Some of the benefits of using the wash to mix with your paints is that the color becomes tinted to what shadow colors are already there. I am essentially creating colored water to mix with my paint, instead of regular water.
I also mix glaze medium with my colors, but that tends to be used more to keep a paint color active instead of tinting it, since glaze medium extends the drying time of your paint..