One of the neatest things that has been helping my painting of late is the use of a wet pallete. I first encountered a wet pallet a few months ago at Forbes Hobbies when I was painting with the guys. All of them had the Wet Palette by Privateer Press and mentioned that I should get one because of how much it helps their painting. Retailing for around $20, I wasn’t ready to take the plung. I would rather spend my money on miniatures, so I went about the Internet to figure out how to make my own for much cheaper.
|A great item to extend the life of your paint and to better blend colours. All you need to make this is a container with a lid, wet paper towel and parchment paper.|
|The water in the paper towel keeps the parchment paper wet and your paints won’t dry up while you use them.|
|The wet palette has almost completely replaced this regular palette that I bought from the Dollar Store; however, I still use this dry palette for my washes and dry-brushing.|