Painting Competition

2nd Painting Competition Winner

Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 09 Jan 2009, 13:27

dutchboyinohio wrote:Thomas,
This was an amazing entry. What probably stood out for me more than the quality of your figures was the way you were able to bring out the woodwork on the gun.
:thumbup:
Can you explain a little more how you did that? Was it just a matter of base color, wash, and then dry brush??


Hi Dutchboy! Thank you very much!

OK, here is how I did the wood painting....all colours from GW or Vallejo Game Color.

1. black spray primer
2. First coat painted with "scorched brown"
3. Second coat with "bestial brown"
4. Thin stripes with "vomit brown"
5. Thin stripes and accents with "bleached bone"
6. Washing with "gryffon sepia ink"

I always paint wood in stripes and let the last coat visible a little bit. No drybrushing.

Regards from fu**ing cold Bavaria!

Thomas
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T. Dürrschmidt  Germany
 
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Posted by chen on 09 Jan 2009, 21:56

Its freezing everywhere now! If I didn't have those fxxking school work to do I would have get all my figures warmed up! It's just not the right season for studying but painting!!
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