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The knights horses have been painted either grey or off white . A blue citadel wash added to all the cloth areas , next a nuln oil wash was added to the other areas such as armour and the white designs on the shields and cloth areas. The leather being painted black first .

Next a highlight of chain mail will be reapplied to the metal areas of the armour and tidied up over the flesh on the helmets . The lances will be painted brown . Dark brown . The bases will be painted brown . Graveyard earth brown. Some white will be added as highlights to swan designs and blue where needed to tidy up .

Posted December 18, 2018 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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