Grey Knights Steel is a base coat paint from Citadel Colour that is specifically designed for use in miniature painting. It is an acrylic paint with a matte finish and high-quality pigments that provide excellent coverage and allow for easy blending with other colours. Grey Knights Steel is a versatile and reliable choice for beginner and experienced miniature painters alike, and is a staple in any palette. With its sleek and metallic grey hue, Grey Knights Steel is an essential colour for miniatures and can be used as a foundation for a wide range of effects and looks. Its smooth, even finish adds a touch of sophistication and realism to any miniature, making it a go-to choice for those looking to add some shine to their models.
What space marines to paint with Grey Knights Steel
Here are three Warhammer 40K space marine armies that can be painted with Grey Knights Steel:
- Imperial Fists: Imperial Fists are a faction of space marines from the Warhammer 40K universe. They are known for their yellow and black armour, and Grey Knights Steel can be used to paint their guns, tanks, and other equipment.
- Iron Hands: Iron Hands are a faction of space marines from the Warhammer 40K universe. They are known for their cybernetic enhancements and metallic armour, and Grey Knights Steel can be used to paint their soldiers and infantry units.
- Raven Guard: Raven Guard are a faction of space marines from the Warhammer 40K universe. They are known for their stealthy and agile tactics, and Grey Knights Steel can be used to paint their weapons and equipment.
I chose these armies because they are all space marine factions in the Warhammer 40K setting and because each has a distinct look that may be improved by the usage of Grey Knights Steel.
Grey Knights Steel Colour Schemes & Combinations
The following Citadel Colour paints in blue, teal, and copper can be used with Grey Knights Steel:
When choosing colors, balance is another crucial factor to take into account. An eye-pleasing and aesthetically appealing color scheme is one that is balanced. Warm and cool colors, saturated and unsaturated hues, and bright and dark hues can all be used in conjunction to produce this.