Painting update: Troll Brute and Dain Ironfoot   Leave a comment

Painting notes.

Troll brute. Fairly straight forward to assemble. In stages. Use superglue. Build up then glue to base. Sand and slate to base. Mr white putty to fill in gaps. Repeat when dry. Spray rotting flesh but maybe bone white better. Bone white to skin. Rhinos hide the leather. Tin blitz the metal. Same for rider orc. Next wash brown, strong brown army painter. Then bone white again. Highlight white. Edge metal with boltgun metal. Paint details on chair and rider. Cloth red. Leather rhinox hide and dark wash army painter. Flesh dark flesh highlighting. Used gw spray varnish.

Posted August 28, 2017 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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