I'm in the process of finishing painting my Axis units, needless to say Pea Dot camouflage has taken a long time , and ive added extra WW2 German webbing equipment , ive even mixed up the camouflage schemes for a true late War appearance , ( the Flames of War forum has been a great help here ) . I've stayed away from gorrillas and zombies , so my opponents have the jump on me already in terms of which troops they feild that i cant counter .
Anyway , we have a huge game coming up , 3 x platoons a side and ive agreed to throw my hat in to paint up several of my Allied units for them to use , they have to be done quickly so i want to use the "Army Painter " dip , mid tone .
Has anyone else tried this ? my aim is to only block paint the basics and leave the uniform in its green undercoat , then brush on the dip and hope for the best result , then texture and flock the baes to match my Axis chaps
Your thoughts on using the dip as a quick way of painting ?