Oathmark Snakemen painting update   1 comment

So having assembled the figures and spray painting green it was time to block paint. I used various browns added to granite brown or bestial brown neat for the leather harness which covers a lot of the figure.  Again I used bronze for the weapons and armour.  Red for the palate and bone white for the teeth.  Dark brown for the wood and base.  They always look very basic at this point.

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Posted April 28, 2019 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

One response to “Oathmark Snakemen painting update

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  1. Nice models, I’m looking forward to seeing them fully painted!

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