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  1. Black Hair 1. Wash of Black Templar 2. Highlight Stormvermin Fur 3. Highlight Administratium Grey, I did this with a few highlights of this color. Some of the areas look a little sloppy, its ok. 4. Wash with Black Templar.
  2. Blonde Hair 1. Snake Bite Leather Wash 2. Yriel Yellow Highlight 3. Dorn Yellow Highlight 4. Wash of Cassandra Yellow and Snake Bite Leather
  3. Orange Hair. This is the average red head, not the over the top dwarf version. 13. Wash with Gryph Hound Orange 14. Highlight with a 50 50 mix of Squig Orange and Dorn Yellow 15. Highlight with Dorn Yellow 16. Wash with Reikland Flesh Shade to tone every thing down a little.
  4. Glitter, I totally want to reveal the entirety of this story to you now!!!! Of course, we know that Mannfred is behind everything ;). Ok, so I split the 15 into 5 groups of 3, and we will do each of their hair with a different color to add variety. 9. Wash of Gore-Grunta Brown 10. Layer of Skrag Brown 11. Layer of Deathclaw Brown, moving away from the base of the hair lines. 12. Mix of Deathclaw Brown and white, you can continue to mix in white and highlight up until you are satisfied. I did it twice.
  5. I would not dry brush them, instead to a thin glaze so you can work the color in and it will almost blend in with the purple. Just build it up in a few layers, allowing it to get darker the closer to the edges of the cloth you get. Then go back and do a very small highlight on the edges with a little white mixed in to your base color. BUT... as I said before mate, they are beautiful as is and if you like them just let them be!
  6. 5. Hit the underside of the eyes with a wash of Contrast Plaguebearer Skin to try to give just a hint of unhealthy fever to them. Also, hit the lips and scars with some Emperors Children Pink Color. Finally, there was a boil on one of them that I hit with a small bit of Yriel Yellow. 6. Wash it all with Reikland Flesh Wash. Be careful here to not allow any to get into the eyes. 7. A second round of Cadian Fleshtone as a highlight. 8. A round of Kislev Flesh highlight. I will come back into the skin later for one or two more highlights, but I tend to like to
  7. Ok, so as promised, I went through and blocked all of them out with some color. Contrast Gulliman Flesh for the skin, Contrast Blood Angels Red for the red bits, Contrast Black Templar for the black bits, and Contrast Gore Grunta Fur for the brown. Keep in mind, I am taking all 15 thru every stage, just taking pictures of these two individuals to show the evolution. I will take a picture of the entire unit once all the skin is done. I am going to try to capture every stage for you from here on out. If it helps someone become a better painter, that is awesome! But also, if you
  8. Those are beautiful mate! I can't imagine painting with a bent brush, you would have to completely re-train your brain. Only critique I would give (and you are probably going to do it already), would be to dirty the purple up a bit towards to ends or where they are frayed. Don't get me wrong, they are definitely beautiful as is!
  9. Ok, I feel like we have some momentum building... I am just really glad to be spinning a brush again to be honest and all of you really help to keep me motivated. Thus far this year, with all of your help, I have completed 53 miniatures (31 of them from scratch!). As promised, I am bouncing between new work and things that have been on the "work table" for quite some time. So, up next is this unit of 15 flagellants. I am going to try a slightly different technique, as I am really enjoying using the citadel contrast paints to help block out my color schemes. Of course I don't
  10. Done.... I think. Unless you have some critiques?
  11. Black robes done... I did two different methods on these guys, and I don't see much of an end result difference: One was to highlight up the robes with Stormvermin Fur, Administranium Grey, and White, with a wash of black followed by a final highlight of white. The other was to take the foundation that was already achieved, highlight up with white, good wash of black, followed by a final highlight of white. I recommend just doing this, saves a little time and the ultimate result is the same.
  12. Looking good, and they all seem to be very cohesive to one another! Great work so far.
  13. The Hungry Giant Although none would know the tale now, the giant hulking beast referred to as Mokec Hec (the Hungry Giant in goblin tongue) by the Night Goblin tribes was once a peaceful cattle herd that went by the name Geryon. His herd was well known, as they were want to grow well beyond the size of normal cattle. A single beast from this herd was said to be able to feed an entire village. After a particularly hard winter (not unknown in this part of the world), the small farm that Geryon tended was beset by a tribe of ogres, who slaughtered his cattle and impri
  14. The Hungry Giant Having been "rescued" from a travelling Empire circus, Skarsnik has put this lumbering brute to use in many battles. When not marching to war, the Hungry Giant resides in a deep hole located within Skarsniks own throne room. The giant is kept well fed, as Skarsnik often amuses himself by throwing the captured enemy, random animals, and even a gobbo or two that displease him into the hole. HUNGRY GIANT AT CMON
  15. Skin: Layer Warboss Green, Skarsnik Green, mix 50:50 Skarsnik Green and Yriel Yellow, add 50% white to this mix, shade with Biel-Tan Green.
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