Painting Guide and Update Iron Hills dwarven crossbowmen   Leave a comment

First the figures are assembledand attached to mountain bases.  Then sprayed black.  Bases painted grey and grey applied to rocks, brown to the earth.

Bolt Gun metal applied  to all the armour- they are mainly armour.  Rhinox hide applied to all leather, gloves and hair.  Lighter brown applied to the hair.  Apply Badack Black was all over figure and base.

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Next gold is added to the sword and helm.  The armour and bolts/ arbalest is highlighted with chainmail.  The base is highlighted with grey or brown-grey mix.

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Posted March 22, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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