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Still not feeling up to tackling another Disciple yet, so we're going for Paul the Survivor:-




Made a little start on him:-




At the moment his skin is Dwarf Flesh with a Flesh Wash.

Going to do a bit more when it dries.

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Finished off his skin with highlights of Dwarf Flesh and 1:1 Dwarf Flesh/Light Flesh.

Made a start to his hood (Steel Grey) and his shoulder pads (Bonewhite), can't quite tell if he has a little bit of hair peeking out or not, but I don't think it matters too much either way.

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Been struggling with this one, there's so many layers and they're not always well defined.


But I did a bit more today, finished his hood with highlights of Steel Grey and 1:1 Steel Grey/Wolf Grey, gave him a leather vest (Leather Brown > Brown Wash > 1:1 Leather Brown/Cork Brown) with Cork Brown stitches and a Bonewhite tooth necklace.

Then I started on one of his shirts, it's just a base of Scarlett Red with a Brown Wash at the moment.

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Bit more progress:-




Finished off his top shirt with highlights of Scarlett Red and 1:1 Scarlett Red/Ochre Yellow.

His middle shirt was 1:1 Cork Brown/Red Orange > Brown Wash > 1:1 Cork Brown/Red Orange > 1:1:1 Cork Brown/Red Orange/Ochre Yellow.

And his bottom shirt was Wolf Grey > Grey Wash > Wolf Grey > 1:1 Wolf Grey/Off-white.


Was going to make a start getting his right arm finished today, but I got an attack of the shaky hands.

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Couldn't decide on sad face or like for your last post. Hopefully your shaky hands is mild. Love seeing your paints. Gives me ideas for my minis. ^.^

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Thanks guys!

I'm okay, I got too hot under my desk lamp and had a bit of a funny turn.






He got a spiky Oily Steel arm band on the right and a fancy Brassy Brass one on the left.

He also got a Bronze lantern, and a weird Bronze head axe with 1:1 Ochre Yellow/Bonewhite horns and an Oily Steel blade.


I actually think the head on his axe is meant to be a real head (the handle goes up the neck hole), but that's just too weird.

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Last night I highlighted the Bronze with Bronze and 1:1 Bronze/Polished Gold and the horns with Bonewhite and a Sepia Wash.

The Oily Steel and Brassy Brass areas were tidied up, and the head got Blood Red eyes and the lantern 'light' was done with Sky Blue > Off-white.




Today, I made a start on his legs.

Stone Grey trousers, 1:1 Lonestar Leather/Ochre Yellow shin-pads with Mahogany Brown straps and Lonestar Leather shoes, then all given a Brown Wash.


I also made a start on this guy:-




A Witch's Disciple in a very low cut pair of pants.


I'm not quite sure when I'll get back to him, I was waiting for things to dry so I made a start on the skin of some minis.

This skintone is 1:1 Dwarf Skin/Rosy Skin, in case I forget.


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