The Daemonette Hide paint from Citadel Colours is a go-to choice for any miniature painter looking to add some otherworldly vibrancy to their models.
Its bold, pinkish-purple hue is evocative of the daemonic creatures of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, and it is perfect for creating a sense of otherworldly energy on your models.
Its smooth, consistent formula makes it a pleasure to work with, and it blends easily to create smooth transitions and gradients.
All in all, Daemonette Hide is a must-have colour for any painter looking to add some daemonic flair to their projects.
What armies to paint with Daemonette Hide
In the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the Chaos god Slaanesh is often associated with the colour pink and with daemonic creatures. Therefore, you could use Daemonette Hide to paint models from Slaanesh-aligned armies in the game. Here are a few ideas for Slaanesh-aligned armies that you might consider using Daemonette Hide with:
- Daemons of Slaanesh: these are daemonic creatures that are devoted to the Chaos god Slaanesh. You could use Daemonette Hide to paint these models to give them a bold and vibrant appearance that is fitting of their allegiance to Slaanesh.
- Chaos Space Marines: Some Chaos Space Marines chapters, such as the Emperor’s Children, are aligned with Slaanesh and may incorporate pink into their colour schemes. You could use Daemonette Hide as an accent colour on these models to add some vibrancy and character to their armor and equipment.
- Chaos Cultists: Chaos Cultists are typically associated with Slaanesh and may incorporate pink into their clothing and equipment as a sign of their devotion. You could use Daemonette Hide as an accent colour on these models to add some personality and character to their ragged clothing and equipment.
Daemonette Hide Colour Schemes & Combinations
To create different shades and effects when painting with Daemonette Hide, you can mix it with other colours from the Colour Citadel range. Some options for red, gold, black, and bone paints that could be combined with Daemonette Hide include:
- Kabalite Green: A dark green that could be used to create a more demonic or alien look on the daemon’s skin.
- Evil Sunz Scarlet: A bright red that could be used to add highlights or accents
- Retributor Armour: A metallic gold colour that could be used to add highlights or details to the skin.
- Abaddon Black: A deep, matte black that could be used to create shadows or depth.
- Ushabti Bone: A pale, bone-like colour that could be used to add highlights or create a more ethereal look.
It’s important to keep in mind that the exact shades and effects you can achieve will depend on the proportions of the colours you mix and how you apply them to your miniature.Experimenting with different combinations and techniques can help you find the look you want for your daemons.