Stormcast Liberator

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    24 Jun 2021
  • Updated
    24 Jun 2021
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  • Age of Sigmar
  • Stormcast

Basecoat

  1. Prime with Grey
  2. Basecoat with Retributor Armour . Note: I prefer this way instead of priming with the spray version Retributor Armour as they have a different tint (the base paint has a red tint to it, the spray is more yellowish)
  3. Basecoat the shoulder pads, center of the shield and the cloth with Macragge Blue . Remember to paint the back of the cloth.
  4. Basecoat the chainmail, the sword and the hammer head with Leadbelcher
  5. Basecoat the handle of the sword and the hammer with Screamer Pink
  6. Basecoat the sword sheath and belt with Mournfang Brown
  7. Basecoat the scroll with Zandri Dust
  8. Basecoat the hammer in the shoulder pad, the hammer in the belt buckle, the detail in the sword, the hammer in the shield, and the lightning in the knee and gaunlet with Celestra Grey

Shade

  1. Wash the golden parts in Reikland Fleshshade
  2. Wash the silver part in Nuln Oil
  3. Wash the blue and pink parts, plus the scroll in Agrax Earthshade

Highlight

  1. Bring back Retributor Armour in the main body
  2. Drybrush Retributor Armour in the border of the shoulderpads. Leave some of the shadows near the blue.
  3. Highlight the main body with Auric Armour Gold
  4. Highlight the hammer and chainmail with Runefang Steel
  5. Paint the gray details in either Leadbelcher and highlight with Runefang Steel , or Ulthuan Grey followed by White Scar highlights
  6. Paint the eyes with Evil Sunz Scarlet
Citadel Painting System 16
Base 7
  • Celestra Grey
  • Leadbelcher
  • Macragge Blue
  • Mournfang Brown
  • Retributor Armour
  • Screamer Pink
  • Zandri Dust
Shade 3
  • Agrax Earthshade
  • Nuln Oil
  • Reikland Fleshshade
Layer 5
  • Auric Armour Gold
  • Evil Sunz Scarlet
  • Runefang Steel
  • Ulthuan Grey
  • White Scar
Spray 1
  • Retributor Armour
Vallejo Surface Primer
Base 1
  • 70.601 Grey
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