Just one of those side projects to divert my attentions from larger projects. This one, however, only took about an hour to coomplete.
For the red color, the paints I used, in order from first to last, were Foundry Spearshaft 13B, Reaper Pro Paints Blood Red, Reaper Bright Red, Reaper Dragon Red and Reaper Bright Orange.
Foundry spearshaft is a light tan color. I prefer tans and light browns as a basecoat for bright reds as opposed to whites. Whites usually require a coat or two for full coverage, but most light browns have good coverage so that only one coat is needed, thus preventing a needless buildup of multiple basecoats.
The speed of painting the whole figure was accomodated by the use of a very small palette. Along with the red, I used browns for the tannery and gold for the metals (as well as a Foundry flesh palette fo the face.) The figure, by the way, is Reaper No. 2775: Edward Dumond.
Great stuff! I love the Nile cruiser you scratch buildt. I like the wheathering on the wood, very nice indeed.ReplyDelete
Amazing painting on the figures aswell, goes without saying really. Great stuff.
Thanks for the compliment, Secondus! Lovely avatar there :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, I see you like to play with a little photoshop yourself. By the way, using paint as blood wasn't one of my better ideas, I had a red face all day. It's all worth it though lol.ReplyDelete