Citadel Colours greenish Ionrach Skin acrylic paint is specifically designed for miniature painting. It has a matt texture and is constructed of finely powdered pigments, resulting in good coverage and a solid basis for additional colours.
Ionrach Skin paint dries rapidly and evenly when applied with a brush, making it a perfect choice for creating texture and depth to small miniatures.
What armies can you paint with Ionrach Skin?
In order to create a short list of 3 armies that can use the Ionrach Skin paint, we considered the overall aesthetic of the Ionrach Skin paint and how it might fit with the various factions and armies within the Warhammer 40K universe.
- The Dark Angels – The Dark Angels are a secretive and mysterious chapter of Space Marines who are known for their stealthy, covert operations. Their armor is typically depicted as dark and shadowy, with hints of green and purple. Ionrach Skin paint would be a great choice for painting the Dark Angels, as it has a muted, shadowy quality that would complement their stealthy aesthetic.
- The Dark Eldar are an extraterrestrial warrior force that specializes in ambush and hit-and-run tactics. The Ionrach Skin paint would look great on Dark Eldar models, giving them a sleek and futuristic aesthetic that matches their high-tech armament and fast-paced play style.
- The T’au Empire is a technologically advanced extraterrestrial species that places a premium on efficiency and accuracy in both their military and their civilization. The Ionrach Skin paint would complement T’au models by emphasizing their sophisticated technology and future design.
Ionrach Skin Colour Schemes & Combinations
In the world of miniature painting, choosing the right colours for your models is an important part of creating a cohesive and visually appealing army. One way to select colours that will work well together is to consider color theory, which is the study of how different hues and shades interact with each other.
For this list, I have chosen vibrant red and purple Citadel Colours paints that would work well in combination with the Ionrach Skin paint.
- Xereus Purple – Another rich purple hue that may be used to create contrast and complexity to models painted with Ionrach Skin. It may be used to emphasize certain regions of the models, or it could be used to create a colourblocked appearance by painting vast swaths of the models with Xereus Purple. Xereus Purple, like Mephiston Red, is a complimentary hue to Ionrach Skin, making it an excellent choice for creating a dramatic and dynamic color scheme.
- Genestealer Purple – This dark, muted purple color is a good choice for shading and highlighting models painted with Ionrach Skin. It could be used to create contrast and depth on the models, helping to make them look more three-dimensional and realistic.
- Carroburg Crimson – This bright, saturated red color is another exceptional choice for adding contrast and interest to models painted with Ionrach Skin. It could be used to highlight certain areas of your miniatures.