Its light, muted grey color is reminiscent of a cloudy sky on a dreary day, and it is perfect for creating a sense of grim atmosphere on your models.
With its smooth, creamy consistency, this paint goes on like a dream and blends easily, making it a joy to work with. Overall, Grey Seer is a reliable and essential paint that should be in every Warhammer painter’s toolkit.
What armies you can use Grey Seer on?
So, what armies can you use Grey Seer on? The possibilities are endless, really. It’s a versatile color that works well with just about any army. Here are a few examples:
- Tau: Grey Seer is a perfect color for the sleek, futuristic armor of the Tau. Use it to create a cohesive look for your army.
- Necrons: Grey Seer is a great color to use as a base for Necron models. It works well for their metallic bodies and can be used to create a weathered, ancient look.
- Chaos Space Marines: Grey Seer is a great color to use as a base for Chaos Space Marine models. It captures the grim, war-torn look of the Chaos forces perfectly.
Grey Seer Paint Colour Schemes and Combinations
If you’re looking to mix and match colours in your miniature painting, there are plenty of other paints in the Citadel Colour range that work well with Grey Seer. Here are a few examples: