Tuesday, July 9, 2013
For the 10 Skyclaws, I found it easiest to paint the jump packs separately. That way I could still access the shoulderpads and apply decals.
It's been a while since I posted some of the color recipes, so I'll share some of them again.
Gold: Basecoat with VMC Brassy Brass, wash of Earthshade, highlight Shining Gold, highlight Shining Gold + Mithril Silver. Afterwards, apply a thinned down glaze of Sepia wash, a small amount of water and Yellow Ink. The yellow ink really brightens up the Mithril Silver highlights on the edges, but be careful not to overdo it. Give it a shot sometime.
Wolf Pelts: Basecoat Mechanicus Standard Grey. Wash of Earthshade. Drybrush Dawnstone, drybrush Dawnstone + Screaming Skull
Grenades: Basecoat Camo Green. Wash Thraka Green. Wash Earthshade. Paint metal areas black. Basecoat Chainmail. Black wash.
Wolf Armor: Basecoat the Fang. Shade in the cracks with Earthshade. Highlight the Fang, highlight Fang plus Russ Grey.
Purity Seals: Paint black. Basecoat paper with Graveyard Earth. Highlight Zandri Dust. Basecoat wax seal with Scab Red. Highlight Scab Red + White.
Some of the color recipes:
Horse: Basecoat VMC Fortress Grey. Shade with Nuln Oil mixed with a touch of Fortress Grey and some water (it makes a dark grey wash which I find pretty handy for lots of things). Highlight Fortress Grey plus white in several stages. Highlights were omitted in later stages on the tail, and it was given an extra grey wash along with a black wash.
Gold: Same as the Space Wolves above, but in several more stages.
Silver: Basecoat Chanmail. Shade with Black wash mixed with Asurman Blue wash. Highlight Chainmail. Highlight Mithril Silver on all the edges.
Green: Basecoat Scaly Green. Highlight by adding in white.
Blue: Basecoat Regal Blue, highlight by adding in white.
Red: Basecoat Mephiston Red. Highlight Blood Red, highlight Blazing Orange, highlight Fiery Orange on the very edges.
That's it for now. Thanks for following. Stay tuned!
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
First up is the Drop Pod. I painted three of them for this army, though only one is pictured. All the colors I used are the same as the other Space Wolf figures I've done (They are listed below somewhere, but feel free to ask if you can't find them). The interior was mostly drybrushed. The weathering near the base of the pod was painted with thinned Graveyard Earth, followed by Earthshade and thinned black paint.
Next up are some more Moria Goblins. This is the second to last batch for this army (which is already pretty massive). I was not able to get a picture of 36 or so more Gundabad Blackshields.
That's it for now. Coming up next: More Space Wolves, High Elf Dragon Princes, and maybe even a showcase quality miniature painted for myself.