Weathered throne from Seraphon Saurus Oldblood on Carnosaur

Weathered throne from Seraphon Saurus Oldblood on Carnosaur

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    12 Feb 2020
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    12 Feb 2020
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  1. Give it a base color with Chaos Black
  2. Thin down some Praxeti White with water and add layer after layer at the throne itself until you can barely see the black through
  3. Paint the gold parts with Retributor Armour and use Seraphim Sepia as a shade
  4. Use Wraithbone for the bone parts and a thin layer of Skeleton Horde as a shade
  5. For the notches at the triangular parts use Seraphim Sepia to make it look like dirt. Use it only at the notches.
  6. For the triangular parts itself you use Drakenhof Nightshade and Carroburg Crimson and make little careful dots to create a weathered effect
  7. For the head you can use whatever color you like. I used Straken Green with thin layer of Praxeti White for the face and the hair.
  8. For the ropes I used Mournfang Brown and Verminlord Hide
  9. The last step is to create a dry brush effect with Straken Green over the whole throne, not only the white parts. This is to give it a greenish touch for the weathering.

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Citadel Painting System 11
Base 3
  • Mournfang Brown
  • Retributor Armour
  • Wraithbone
Contrast 1
  • Skeleton Horde
Dry 2
  • Praxeti White
  • Verminlord Hide
Layer 1
  • Straken Green
Shade 3
  • Carroburg Crimson
  • Drakenhof Nightshade
  • Seraphim Sepia
Spray 1
  • Chaos Black
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