One of my latest tutorials loaded to the Patreon Page showed off the traditional crushed glass snow technique... but with a twist! This time, I added some blood effects.
You can see those strategically positioned not only on the bases of the figures, but the movement tray as well.
I had been looking forward to testing this out for a while, and it was well worth the wait. I combined the Bader Airbrush Ghost Tint called Fresh Blood with Green Stuff World's True Blood. I added a bit of Reaper Red liner for added darkness in the driest areas of the blood pools.
The wonderful aspect of the crushed glass snow is that it is crystalline and transparent. This means the blood actually 'seeps' into the snow, as it would with the real thing.
This view gives you a great look at the overall effect. This was done for the $10 Basing level pledge on the patreon page, but it was also meant for the backers at the $15 Army Painting level.
Here's a link to the Patreon Page if you are interested in tutorial/experiments such as these. I have many more experiments on the way, since Green Stuff World sent me a host of new products!
If you want to get a peek at the figures themselves, I have a live session where I was painting them with the Mig Ammo Oilbrushers: