Whats the difference between Astrogranite and Astrogranite debris?

The Astrogranite Debris is the same colour and contains apparently the same „sand” but is much denser to the point you definitely need a thin spatula to put it on any surface. It has the consistency of crystallised honey and produces interesting, large lumps.

Do you need to prime bases?

Whilst both work well, I find that priming before works a bit better as it also helps the clumps of texture paint retain their shape, and also helps the shade to settle easier. I have my models on my bases when I spray them, but if you’re putting texture on it first then I don’t think it’s necessary.

What Colour is Armageddon dust?

Games Workshop – Citadel Armageddon Dust / #d3a907 Hex Color Code. The hexadecimal color code #d3a907 is a shade of yellow. In the RGB color model #d3a907 is comprised of 82.75% red, 66.27% green and 2.75% blue.

Is there a 40K basing tutorial on YouTube?

40K Basing Tutorial: URBAN ‘CITY FIGHT! (Urban Terrain Series) | HD – YouTube If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. Videos you watch may be added to the TV’s watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer. An error occurred while retrieving sharing information.

What’s the best way to build an urban base?

As usual, we’ll explore several different methods for building your own urban bases, starting with the one that takes the least time (and most money), and then looking at how several other Gonnhammer authors build their urban bases. Note that, with most techniques and methods, urban bases are going to look gray.

Are there urban bases in the 40K universe?

From hab blocks to sprawling hives, nearly every planet in the 40k universe features some kind of urban center that can be turned into a theater of war. And so it’s no surprise that players may want their models and bases to reflect this, to make them feel like they’re taking part in an urban campaign.

What to do with urban bases in Forge?

If you’re doing walls and pieces of rubble on your urban bases, one way to add realism, color, and detail them is to add graffiti to them. I covered the technique behind painting graffiti in a prior Narrative Forge, so if you want to read more about tagging up your terrain, go ahead and click here.