Undercoating is essential as it provides a consistent
surface on which to apply the next coats of paint, and it
shows up the detail on a model much more clearly than
shiny bare metal.
I used Army Painter War Paints to paint the Dreadball
Players, mixing up colours to suit my style and
preferences. The Mega Paint Set provides and adequate
range of colours for almost all needs, but you will often
need to mix colours to get the desired results, however I
have tried to work our combinations of colours to reduce
this a bit.
Lastly don’t get too much paint on your brush, less than
a third of the way up the hairs on the brush in the paint is
plenty, never dip the brush all the way up to the metal
ferrule, or you will ruin that brush in short order.
RED, WHITE AND BLACK!
With this Jack I decided to give a traditional UK team
twist! There is plenty of surface detail you can pick out
on these Dreadball figures so even areas of solid colour
look interesting the models.
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