Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Fulhoff the Dwarven Wizard

After converting Ivar into Fulhoff, it was time to get painting.

As usual after a good wash with dish soap and a toothbrush scrub, I started with a base coat of Brown Liner.

And then I decided that I really needed to add a rope to the pack.

Sadly, because I was just kind of speed painting, I did not get many WIP pictures.

I can tell you the colors used though!
Skin was Warrior Flesh
Green were Muddy Olive and Viper Green
Browns were Ruddy Flesh, Rich Leather, Tanned Leather, Auburn Shadow, and Redstone Shadow
Beard was Blond Shadow and... Tanned Leather I think
Purple was Imperial Purple
Metal was Armor

Shading was done with Linen White added to the various colors. Shadows were usually done with a bit of Brown Liner.

As I was working, I noticed a really ugly bit of flash/moldline connecting the nose to the mustache, and had to fix that up. Unfortunately that meant scraping off some paint. And that was where I left him after one sitting.

So this is Fulhoff, to a tabletop standard after 2 sittings.

Total Minis Painted This Year: 22

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