April 1, 2009
|Squeezing out dabs of paint onto a smooth, flat palette is fine when you're using thick paint, but what about "washes," where liquidy-thin coats of paint are required for subtle weathering and highlighting effects? And how about if you need to mix several different color washes at the same time?
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