Raven guard

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    26 Sep 2021
  • Updated
    23 Oct 2021
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  • Adeptus Astartes

yolo mode

  1. Undercoat with Matt Black Undercoat
  2. Fill in the blank with airbrush and Matt Black
  3. Then airbrush with Dark Sky leaving bottom black
  4. Then airbrush with Deep Blue zenithal
  5. Chaotic Red for the leather
  6. Matt Black for the weapons
  7. Matt Black for the undergarments
  8. Gun Metal for the metallic parts
  9. Dark Tone everything
  10. Fog Grey for the left pauldron, the face interior, plastron
  11. Blue Tone + Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium ratio 1 to 3 and wash the fog grey on the face and plastron
  12. Gorgon Hide dry brush for the aquila
  13. Fog Grey to Gorgon Hide gradient on the pauldron
  14. Chaotic Red again on the leather raised parts
  15. Lava Orange for the eyes
  16. Red Tone for the eyes
  17. Greedy Gold for the skull on the sergeant helmet
  18. Flesh Wash on gold parts
  19. Shining Silver on arm cross
  20. Dark Tone on arm cross
  21. Corpse Pale for skin
  22. Corpse Pale and Matt White for skin highlights
  23. Light Tone for skin recess (multiples layer, diluted with Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium )
  24. Use the tutorial warhammer tv muzzle burn for the melta muzzle
  25. Deep Blue armor edge highlight
  26. Dragon Red pauldron rim for heavies
  27. Goblin Green pauldron rim for assaut
  28. Dragon Red purity seal
  29. Skeleton Bone purity seal parchment
  30. Soft Tone purity seal parchment
  31. Skeleton Bone purity seal parchment edge highlight
The Army Painter Warpaints 23
Acrylic 11
  • Chaotic Red
  • Corpse Pale
  • Dark Sky
  • Deep Blue
  • Dragon Red
  • Fog Grey
  • Gorgon Hide
  • Lava Orange
  • Matt Black
  • Matt White
  • Skeleton Bone
Metallic 3
  • Greedy Gold
  • Gun Metal
  • Shining Silver
Wash 6
  • Blue Tone
  • Dark Tone
  • Flesh Wash
  • Light Tone
  • Red Tone
  • Soft Tone
Effect 1
  • Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium
Spray 2
  • Goblin Green
  • Matt Black Undercoat
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