For over 20 years I didn't use a wet palette, just random stuff like old CDs to pour my paint onto. I always thought a wet palette is only for wet blending masters and Golden Demon level paint jobs with a lot of intricate paint mixes, but not for me, who uses most paints straight out of the bottle. I didn't consider a wet palette to be an essential hobby item, but having made the switch, oh, how wrong I was. In this post, I tell you five ways a wet palette will improve your painting no matter your skill level.
- get rid of all/almost all tentacles and weird growths that I associate with Slaanesh more so than Nurgle
- there is no such thing as 'too much weathering' :D