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  • Doing a Force Sword in 0.1 sec (only for Beginners and Boreds :D)

    1) First of all, we start to choose a base colour, for example Regal Blue.

    Water it pretty much till is 80/20 water/colour.
    Pass it on all the blade






    2) Now, when the colour is still liquid, choose a final colour, for example Skull White, water down it a little and pass it roughly on the edge of the blade. Let rest a second the mixing and see how the colours combine themselves





    3) Now take a small amount of almost unwatered Skull White and make small dots on the very edge, mixing the borders of the dots with circular movements...

    Let the colours dry... tadaaan you have a cool force sword without the boring lightnings....


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      Nsolver -
      This is awesome!
      Perfect for orcs with force swords, and as the name this is simply done.
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