Painting update Vermling Beast Tyrant   Leave a comment

A new unlocked Gloomhaven character.

Painted with


Chaos black undercoat. Layers of grey to the vermling skin and ferris grey to the cloth and fur clothing. Bronze and bone to wristbands and bone necklace, staff and bits. Dark brown or black leather.

Wash of nuln oil to darker body and body clothes and blue to neck fur clothes. Face and skin and cloth all highlighted with grey or shades of blue. Red applied to staff. Red wash applied to fur of face and ears to match the portrait. Eyes orange and yellow.


Layers of dark brown all over then bestial then vermin brown to fur. A lighter brown to the wood armour. Dark green highlighted with catachan green to the saddle cloth.

Wash with Devlan brown then highlights brought out on fur with two browns above, and wood armour with light brown.

Posted January 8, 2019 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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