Zamesi Desert is a base coat paint from Citadel Colour’s miniature painting range. Formulated with high-quality pigments, this acrylic paint provides excellent coverage and has a matte finish. Its sandy, beige color makes it a perfect foundation for miniature painting projects that require a desert or dry, arid theme. It is versatile and can be used as a base for a wide range of colors on your palette. This paint is great for achieving a realistic and natural look on your miniatures, making it a perfect choice for beginners.
What vehicle armies to paint with Zamesi Desert
- Imperial Guard Leman Russ: Zamesi Desert is a great paint to use as a base coat for the Leman Russ tank of the Imperial Guard army in the Warhammer 40K universe. The sandy, beige color provides an excellent foundation for the metallic and camo colors that are commonly used to paint this tank.
- Necron Night Scythe: Zamesi Desert is a great paint to use as a base coat for the Necron Night Scythe, a hovering craft used by the Necrons army in the Warhammer 40K universe. The color can be used to create a metallic, desert-like look, fitting for the Necron’s sleek and otherworldly appearance.
- Imperial Knight: Zamesi Desert is a great paint to use as a base coat for the Imperial Knights, the giant robots used by the Imperium in the Warhammer 40K universe. The desert-like color can be used to create a weathered and battle-worn look, fitting for the machines that have been fighting in desert-like environments.
These specific vehicles were chosen because they all have a lot of surfaces and details to paint, and Zamesi Desert can be used as a base coat to create a realistic and desert-like look on all of them. Additionally, Zamesi Desert can be used on the different parts of the vehicles to create different effects fitting the lore of the vehicles and the factions they belong.
Zamesi Desert Colour Schemes & Combinations
The following is a list of bone, teal, and yellow Citadel Colour paints that can be used together with Zamesi Desert:
The decision to list these specific paints was made by considering colour theory and the use of complementary, split-complementary, and analogous colours.
Zamesi Desert is a warm, earthy colour that works well with cool hues like blue and purple. Using a complementary colour like yellow can help to create a sense of balance and contrast in the overall colour scheme.
Additionally, using split-complementary colours like teal and bone can create a dynamic and interesting colour combo. Metallic paints like Flash Gitz Yellow can also be used as highlights to add depth and shine to the overall look.