Painting Update: Conan the Picts   Leave a comment

Painted some Picts from the Conan Boardgame.  Used a new technique.  Sprayed them Barbarian Flesh then blocked in the brown leather, off white teeth and bones, black hair.

Then applied army painter strong wash.  A little dwarf flesh to correct and leather/ wood with vermin/ bestial brown.  Quivers have grey added to make the inside leather side different.  Bases covered in sand, dark brown and graveyard earth brown to the bases.  Then testors dull cote varnish to take off the shine from the wash.

Posted March 24, 2019 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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