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Thursday, June 30, 2011

I received my bases form Dragon Forge Design today and couldn't resist getting right into them.

After reading through Forgeworld's Tanks Masterclass book, I picked up what is now an obvious technique. I used double sided tape to hold all of the bases on a piece of cardboard and did all my painting and prep work there.




I primed the bases with P3 white primer and airbrushed them GW Graveyard Earth and applied a coat of Testors Glosscotte. I then took advantage of the capillary action of diluted oil paint to wash the crevices of the bases. Once they were dry I drybrushed GW Bleached Bone followed by a small amount of GW Astronimicon Grey. I added a few spots of Mig pigments; some black blast marks since these guys are only going to be in warzones and two different colors of rust on the few bases with metal items. Finally I gave them a coat of Testors Dullcotte and ended with this.




Back to the terminators now I guess.

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