The Deathworld Forest paint from Citadel Colours is a lush, vibrant green that captures the wild and untamed nature of the eponymous terrain.
Its rich, verdant hue seems to pulsate with life, as if the very paint itself were a living, breathing organism.
Whether used as a base coat or for shading and highlighting, this paint is a must-have for any hobbyist looking to create a sense of primal, untamed wilderness on their models.
What armies to paint with Deathworld Forest?
The decision to list the armies below was based on their overall aesthetic and the potential for Deathworld Forest to add depth and contrast to their appearance.
Whether you want to create a wild and untamed look for your Space Wolves or give your Eldar a sense of ancient mystery, Deathworld Forest is a versatile and effective paint choice.
- Space Wolves: The Deathworld Forest paint is a great choice for painting the armor of Space Wolves Space Marines, as it captures the wild and untamed nature of the chapter. This paint is particularly effective for creating a sense of primal ferocity on the models, adding to their sense of savagery and aggression.
- Eldar: The Eldar are another army that can benefit from the use of Deathworld Forest paint. This paint is a great choice for creating a sense of otherworldly mystery and magic on the models, adding to their sense of ancient and sophisticated culture.
- Orks: While not a traditional choice, Deathworld Forest can also be used to paint Ork models to create an eye-catching look. This paint is particularly effective for highlighting details and edges, adding to the overall sense of chaos and anarchy that is characteristic of the Ork faction.
Deathworld Forest Colour Schemes & Combinations
Here is a list of orange, silver, bronze, and white Citadel Colour paints that can be used in combination with Deathworld Forest to create a range of effects and styles:
- Averland Sunset: This warm, golden-orange paint is a great choice for adding a touch of warmth and energy to models painted with Deathworld Forest. It can be used to highlight edges and recesses, creating a sense of dynamism and movement.
- Ironbreaker: This metallic silver paint pairs well with Deathworld Forest, creating a sense of balance and harmony. It can be used to highlight details on models painted with Deathworld Forest, adding depth and dimension to their appearance.
- Balthasar Gold: This metallic bronze paint adds a touch of warmth and richness to models painted with Deathworld Forest. It can be used to highlight details and create a sense of ancient history and culture.
- White Scar: This pure white paint provides a striking contrast with Deathworld Forest, creating a sense of balance and harmony. It can be used to highlight details on models painted with Deathworld Forest, adding depth and dimension to their appearance.