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#51705
Request for Stefan (Drybrush 2 pieces) 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
Using 2 of the dark gray dwarvenite pieces...

Dry brush one piece with one solid color from Reaper paints that will get the tile to look like the Ice Caverns.

Dry brush the second piece with one solid color from Reaper paints that will get the tile to look like Catacombs.

Post the pics of them and tell me what the paint name is you used to drybrush each piece.

Your video makes it look so simple, I might go with some unpainted sets rather than custom painted if I like what I see above. And only you are going to know what single Reaper paint might do that.
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#51771
Re:Request for Stefan (Drybrush 2 pieces) 1 Year, 5 Months ago  
Frog,
after the kickstarter I might do some more paint tutorials with more themes...not sure If what you asked can be done with just one drybrush though...it would take at least 2 to get close, and maybe 3 to get perfect...
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#51776
Re:Request for Stefan (Drybrush 2 pieces) 1 Year, 5 Months ago  
I'll get the pro-painted sets then. Thanks for the quick answer. (I don't think I have the skills to do anything more than the quick drybrush)
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#51783
Re:Request for Stefan (Drybrush 2 pieces) 1 Year, 5 Months ago  
Stefan's videos are wonderful! It shows just how easy it is to produce wonderfully painted tiles! You need at least 3 colors (background, midtone and highlight) to produce a 3D 'feel'. Preferably 4 (which is 3 considering the base-coat is already throughout the tile of 'dungeon-gray') as Stefan shows (off-color stones).
In my opinion the biggest advantage of getting the tiles painted is uniformity while the biggest advantage of getting them unpainted is the ability to paint themes (ice caverns, Egyptian sandstone, etc.).

Taking a stab at it
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