Today's tutorial is a glowing green slime base.
First, the money shot.
|Glowing Green Slime Base Effect|
First, start off with your model. I glued on some cork, glued on some sand and primed black. I then drybrushed with a dark brown, medium brown and bone color. Nothing complicated.
|Glowing Green Slime - Step 1|
|Glowing Green Slime - Step 2|
|The Tulip paints I'm using.|
|The Applicator Nozzle is the perfect size for models.|
|Glowing Green Slime - Step 3a|
|Glowing Green Slime - Step 3b|
VERY IMPORTANT... Moot Green is very watery. Make sure your brush is pretty dry or else you'll get streaks. If you get streaks, you can wipe them away with your finger immediately. If you wait, you're stuck with them.
|Glowing Green Slime - Step 4|
Here's a wider shot of the finished model.
|Glowing Green Slime - Final|
|And it ACTUALLY glows!|