Death Guard - Pallid Hand - v2

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    12 Mar 2021
  • Updated
    12 Mar 2021
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  1. Undercoat with Wraithbone
  2. Paint, completely covering the model in Screaming Skull with a large drybrush
  3. Shade the armour with Seraphim Sepia with a small layer brush and reach into the recesses
  4. Use Screaming Skull to clean up any areas that shouldn't have Seraphim Sepia with a small layer brush
  5. Base coat the armour trim with Balthasar Gold using a medium size brush
  6. Apply Castellan Green to the shoulder pads
  7. Use Leadbelcher on the silver details
  8. Use Corvus Black on the black details
  9. For the leather, use Dryad Bark
  10. Add a second wash of Agrax Earthshade to all these new colours
  11. Layer the shoulder pads with Castellan Green again to lighten them
  12. Highlight the armour with White Scar
  13. Highlight the bronze trim with Sycorax Bronze
  14. Highlight the green areas with Loren Forest
  15. Highlight the black details with Eshin Grey
  16. Highlight the metal with Stormhost Silver
  17. Highlight the leather with Gorthor Brown
  18. Add Screaming Skull to any skin areas
  19. Use Carroburg Crimson to wash the helmet lens
  20. Set up for contrast paints on the tentacles with some Kislev Flesh
  21. Pick out any spot details with Averland Sunset
  22. For the flesh, use Guilliman Flesh , some Magos Purple and Contrast Medium
  23. Highlight skin with Flayed One Flesh
  24. Pick out spots with Averland Sunset
  25. Add rust with Skrag Brown
Citadel Painting System 23
Base 6
  • Averland Sunset
  • Balthasar Gold
  • Castellan Green
  • Corvus Black
  • Dryad Bark
  • Leadbelcher
Shade 3
  • Agrax Earthshade
  • Carroburg Crimson
  • Seraphim Sepia
Layer 10
  • Eshin Grey
  • Flayed One Flesh
  • Gorthor Brown
  • Kislev Flesh
  • Loren Forest
  • Screaming Skull
  • Skrag Brown
  • Stormhost Silver
  • Sycorax Bronze
  • White Scar
Technical 1
  • Contrast Medium
Spray 1
  • Wraithbone
Contrast 2
  • Guilliman Flesh
  • Magos Purple
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