The Pallid Wych Flesh paint from Citadel Colour is a high-quality acrylic paint that is perfect for miniature painting. The paint has a smooth, pigmented formula that provides excellent coverage and a matt finish. It is an ideal foundation color for painting the flesh of various miniatures and is suitable for both beginners and experienced painters. The paint is part of Citadel’s extensive palette of colours for miniatures, and is a versatile color that can be used to paint a variety of skin tones, from pale and ghostly to dark and exotic.
What Space Marine armies to paint with Pallid Wych Flesh
- Ultramarines: The Ultramarines are a faction in the Warhammer 40K universe known for their blue power armor and their adherence to ancient traditions. The Pallid Wych Flesh paint would be perfect for painting the flesh of the Ultramarines’ soldiers, as it can be used to create a variety of skin tones, from pale to tanned.
- Imperial Fists: The Imperial Fists are a faction in the Warhammer 40K universe known for their yellow power armor and their role as siege specialists. The Pallid Wych Flesh paint would be ideal for painting the flesh of the Imperial Fists’ soldiers, as it can be used to create a variety of skin tones, from pale to tanned.
- Space Wolves: The Space Wolves are a faction in the Warhammer 40K universe known for their heavy use of furs and pelts in their armor and clothing. The Pallid Wych Flesh paint would be ideal for painting the flesh of the Space Wolves’ soldiers, as it can be used to create a variety of skin tones, from pale to tanned.
The decision to list these armies was made by considering the fact that Space Marine armies are mainly composed of human soldiers with different skin tones, Pallid Wych Flesh paint is ideal for painting a wide range of skin tones, making it perfect for painting Space Marines, no matter their chapter.
Pallid Wych Flesh Colour Schemes & Combinations
The decision to list these specific teal, silver, and orange Citadel Colour paints to be used with Pallid Wych Flesh was made by utilizing color theory principles, specifically the use of complementary and split-complementary color combinations.
Complementary colors are colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel, such as blue and orange. This creates a strong contrast and can add visual interest to a painting. The teal and orange colors that are listed are used as a split-complementary color combination where instead of using the direct complementary color, the colors on either side of the complementary color are used. This creates a less contrasting and more harmonious look.
The silver paint is used as a highlight and shadow color to add depth and dimension to the overall color scheme. By utilizing metallic paints it adds a extra level of interest and realism.
These color choices were made to provide a balanced and harmonious color scheme that will complement the Pallid Wych Flesh and create a visually interesting and dynamic painting.