Painting update Teutonic Knights   Leave a comment

Fireforge Teutonic Knights and Battleflag decals.

Assembly was straight forward . Standard for multipart plastics. Time consuming but allows for variety. Glued the second figure for the multi bases on sticks but used my glue gun which proved to be a mistake when it came to removing them.

First all painted white. Then white-light grey citadel contrast paint for the cloth later highlighted with white. Chain mail to the metal washed with black. Dark wood brown to weapons and horses. Some horses black. Snake brown to the leather.

Next the figures are varnished and the decals applied. Very time consuming as each one needs to be cut out and applied individually. Varnished again. Figures added to bases and base mix applied. Leather brown Vallejo paint to the ground and washed with army painter dark tone then grass tufts and yellow flowers added with pva glue.

Posted May 30, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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