The Typhon Ash – Air Paint is a rich, dark grey color that is perfect for creating a base coat for miniatures. This paint is made with high-quality pigments and an acrylic binder, which provides excellent coverage and a smooth, matt finish. The color is versatile and can be used as a foundation for a variety of miniature painting projects, making it a great choice for beginners and experienced painters alike. With its deep, ashen hues, this paint is a versatile addition to any miniature painter’s palette.
What armies to paint with Typhon Ash – Air Paint
- Adeptus Mechanicus – The Adeptus Mechanicus army is known for their advanced technology and machinery. Using Typhon Ash – Air Paint as a base coat on their tanks and other machinery would give a perfect industrial, metallic look.
- Imperial Guard – Imperial Guard armies often make use of tanks and heavy artillery. Using Typhon Ash – Air Paint as a base coat on these vehicles would give them a believable worn-in, battle-worn look.
- Necrons – The Necrons are a faction of robotic warriors. Using Typhon Ash – Air Paint as a base coat on their infantry and vehicles would give them a uniform, metallic look that fits well with the Necrons’ aesthetic.
All of these armies have several metallic surfaces on their individual units, which would look fantastic painted with a dark grey hue like Typhon Ash – Air Paint. It can produce a convincingly industrial, metallic effect that would go nicely with these factions’ Warhammer 40K-inspired aesthetics. This paint can also be used as a foundation coat, which can then be highlighted and colored with different hues to give your miniatures greater depth.
Typhon Ash – Air Paint Colour Schemes & Combinations
Based on color theory concepts and the fact that they are all colors that complement grey, which is Typhon Ash – Air Paint’s primary hue, these particular paints were chosen.
- Pink is a color that complements grey and, when combined with Typhon Ash – Air Paint, may produce a startling contrast that brings out highlights and shadows. A paint like “Emperor’s Children,” which has a bright pink tone and may be used to give highlights to the ash hue, is an illustration of this.
- By combining Typhon Ash – Air Paint with a lighter shade of grey, such as Dawnstone or Administratum Grey, you can produce a more subtle, layered appearance that gives the impression of depth. These hues are ideal for helping to provide depth and shadow to the Ash.
- When mixed with Typhon Ash – Air Paint, gold, which is split-complementary to grey, can produce a pleasing balance that makes the gold stand out while yet seeming unified. Gehenna’s gold, a dark gold that may be used as a wash to give the ash a metallic shine, or “Balthasar Gold,” a dazzling gold that can be used as a highlight, are two examples of this.
By combining a pink hue with the ash, you may provide a stunning contrast and highlights that will give the miniatures a more intriguing appearance. A gold color will create a harmonious balance that helps the gold stand out while yet making the miniature look coherent. Using a light grey will give the miniature more nuance and depth. These color schemes will make the miniatures appear more vibrant and fascinating.