Fun time jars on the palette! Glazing the DragonForge bases.
A blue/black mix is the order of the day for the deck plating...
Aside from wiping away the glazes in key spots with a dried brush or my fingers, I will keep some extra soft tissue around. This blots away the excess glaze and even leaves a next texture behind.
You can see the difference just one shot of the glaze can make on the metal parts.
These were some pretty huge areas to cover though, so I had to work very quickly!
I think this shot shows you how much color variety I try to establish as I continue with the glazes. Not just brown or black. I have some green in there, some reddish brown, and so on.
This image shows me blotting away some of the edges of the applied glazes with a dried brush. I can get some interesting lighter and darker transitions in this manner.
I will also use Reaper liner paints in my glazes... especially where I want some very rich, deep darks. Here I am using a mix of brown and blue liner paints.
That just about does it for glazing and tinting!
Which meant it was time to finish them off with a bit of rust!