Loosely inspired by the Spectator from Baldur’s Gate 2.
This is the paint scheme I used for one of our STLs! Undercoat: Vallejo Mecha Black Base: Turquoise and Turquoise Blue, then sponge on Black Metal, then Thrash Metal. Liberal wash of Nuln Plasma: Art Black, then Stuart Semple’s glow in the dark pigment – in this instance pink, believe it or not. Looks pink […]
This is undiluted Dirty Down rust roughly applied with a cheap brush onto a Necromunda base which had been prepped with a mid silver, drybrushed over with a light silver (in this instance Heavy Metal brushed over with Speed Metal):
Testing out the new Garaghak’s Sewer contrast paint over a metallic paint, drybrushed with a lighter metallic (in this instance Heavy Metal brushed over with Speed Metal). Starting base: End result, undiluted and heavily applied with a cheap brush:
I managed to find an old pot of Goblin Green which is full and still liquid – time to try colour matching some modern colours to it to see what makes for a good alternative. Experiments to come!
Playing around with a new wood STL! Undercoat: Scale75 Surface Primer Sand Base Coat: Mournfang Brown Boards: Alternately Wyldwood, Snakebite Leather, Guilliman Flesh, drybrush Mournfang Brown, selective wash of Agrax Earthshade Pigment: Scale75 Dark Earth
This one was super quick: Stone: Undercoat: Vallejo Mecha Black Base Coat: Citadel Morghast Bone Pigment: Scale75 Soilworks Dark Earth SPG-10 That’s it. It’s a very speedy way of getting something tabletop ready in short order. The door was painted with the same colours as the gangway. Speaking of the gangway: