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Part 1: Zenithal Lighting

Part 1 of a series on painting Warhammer 40,000 tanks. In this part I am using Vallejo Air paints to produce a camouflage paint scheme with a zenithal lighting technique. I know you Wargaming guys love zenithal light on figures and refer to Armour guys’ modulation by that name so I’m using it here.

The Leman Russ Demolisher in the video was already built and painted in about 1995/1996 so it’s an oldie… I just dug it out and redid it for you guys out there who love the 40k

Fuente: ScaleModelMedic
Categorías:  Model Air
Fecha de publicación: 08/06/2010
http://www.acrylicosvallejo.com/es_ES/part-1_-zenithal-lighting/blog/30 Part 1: Zenithal Lighting

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