[Tutorial] How to re-color miniatures or do test schemes in Photoshop (and GIMP)

[EDIT: He also just added instructions for GIMP!]

Picking color schemes can be one of the most daunting aspects of painting miniatures.  Many of us don’t want to sink in the time only to have to redo everything if we don’t like it.  If only there was a way to preview paint schemes quickly and easily (and en masse) before ever putting paint brush to model…

Over at Level 12 Paladin, he’s put together a great guide for accomplishing just that in Photoshop.

Check it out here!

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7 thoughts on “[Tutorial] How to re-color miniatures or do test schemes in Photoshop (and GIMP)”

  1. ¡Lovely tutorial! A quickie tip: You can also Turn the image to Grayscale; then make a copy of it (so it’s no longer the background. Then you can make a new layer below the Grayscale image and paint your base colors. To have them show through and “color” the piece; Set the Blending mode of the upper layer to Multiply.

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