Flash Gitz Yellow – Air Paint is a highly pigmented, acrylic paint with a matt finish. It can be used as a base coat for miniature painting, providing a bright and vibrant foundation for your miniatures. The pigments used in this paint are carefully selected to ensure good coverage and consistency, making it a great option for beginners looking to add a pop of color to their miniatures. The yellow color is like a ray of sunshine , it can bring a sense of energy and joy to your miniature, and can be used to create a wide range of different effects, from bold highlights to subtle shading.
What armies to paint with Flash Gitz Yellow – Air Paint
- Orks: Flash Gitz Yellow is the perfect paint for highlighting the wild, ramshackle armor and weapons of Ork armies. The bright, vibrant color of Flash Gitz Yellow will make your Orks stand out on the battlefield and give them a sense of wild, unbridled energy.
- Imperial Guard: The Imperial Guard are known for their vast armies of infantry, and Flash Gitz Yellow is a great paint to use for highlighting the tanks and heavy machinery of these armies. The bright color will make your tanks and artillery stand out and give them a sense of power and might.
- Adeptus Mechanicus: The Adeptus Mechanicus are known for their advanced technology and intricate machinery. Flash Gitz Yellow is a great paint to use for highlighting the intricate details and mechanical components of these armies. The bright color will make your tech-priests stand out and give them a sense of technological superiority.
Flash Gitz Yellow – Air Paint Colour Schemes & Combinations
The following Citadel Colour paints can be used together with Flash Gitz Yellow – Air Paint:
- Grey: Mechanicus Standard Grey
- Red: Wild Rider Red
- Silver: Stormhost Silver
The decision to list these specific paints was made based on colour theory and the use of complementary colours. Flash Gitz Yellow is a bright, warm yellow hue and these colours are used as complementary colours to balance out the yellow.
Bone and silver are used as neutral tones to add depth and highlight to the model, while orange is used to add a complementary pop of colour. These colour combos create a visually pleasing and balanced palette. Additionally, Silver Stormhost Silver is a metallic paint, which can be used to add a sense of shine and realism to the model.