North Star (Frostgrave) Wizards   3 comments


Cut off from stands and glued on resin bases. Spray with grey primer (run out of GW primer). Contrast paints applied in a single coat. Hardly any highlighting except white on beards and a little for scrolls and paper. I mix the grey and yellow contast paints then highlight with cream citadel paint. Wraith bone and white to highlight the skull. Chainmail to the metal.

You get lots of choice in the designs when assemble.

Posted June 14, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

3 responses to “North Star (Frostgrave) Wizards

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  1. These guys look great! Is that contrast paints you used here?

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