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The Army Painter - Warpaints Fanatic: Warm Greys & Whites Flexible Triad

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Paint realistic rocky and gravel environments and much more with the Flexible Triad: Warm Greys & White. Imagine a cobblestone path or the walls of a medieval castle with intricate cracks that tell tales of time; the paints in this triad are perfect for constructing scenes shrouded in mist or dim, mysterious settings. Use the range of greys and white for highlights, to enhance dimensions, and to emphasise details.

The Warm Greys & White Triad is suitable for projects across all genres of miniature painting, from historical and military figures to fantasy creatures and sci-fi models.

The Flexible Triad: Warm Greys & White consists of:

  • Warpaints Fanatic: Grey Castle
  • Warpaints Fanatic: Gargoyle Grey
  • Warpaints Fanatic: Great Hall Grey
  • Warpaints Fanatic: Worn Stone
  • Warpaints Fanatic: Brainmatter Beige
  • Warpaints Fanatic: Matt White

The Flexible Colour Triad System is a segment, or family, of six colours that range from dark to light with a consistent hue. This system allows you to easily select paints that create a natural colour progression on your miniatures. This is an easy way to create a colour scheme for your miniature when army painting because you always have 27 Flexible Triads to choose from instead of mixing colours.

The system builds upon the traditional triad system by introducing more versatility and adaptability in colour selection, expanding the conventional three colours to six. This gives you almost endless possibilities for putting colours together within the triad.

When using a triad system, you usually select 3 colours (a base, a shade, and a highlight), depending on the level of contrast you want on your miniature. For instance, for minimal contrast, opt for 3 adjacent colours to achieve a smooth colour transition. For maximum contrast, use the lightest, middle, and darkest colour available in the flexible triad.