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granikus writes:


Did you ever made the Super Shader tutorials you refer above? Where can I find it?


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Mike Lewis of Black Hat Miniatures writes:

We have released a new range of shading products called Super Shader.

Super Shader

These are acrylic-based stains which enable you to block paint your figures, and then shade them quickly and easily simply by painting Super Shader over the whole figure, producing highlighting and shading. They are designed to enable you to paint a whole army very quickly.

The three tones are:

420 Super Shader - Light Brown
421 Super Shader - Dark Brown
422 Super Shader - Black

They come in 60ml pots for £4.00 GBP a pot.

Unlike existing solvent-based "dip" products, Super Shader is an acrylic stain and you can clean your brushes with water.

We will be producing example tutorials on using these and our new Super Washes, but in the meantime, there are a few sample photos of figures painted with Super Shader here.

These will be available at Warfare this weekend.

Hope to see you there!

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