Yellow: P3 cyngas yellow, washed with Vallejo yellow ink.
Brown: GW mournfang brown Drybrush Gw Doombull brown, Washed with GW agrax earthshade
Blue: P3 trollblood base, GW dark reaper, washed with Vallejo Blue ink.
Talons: Black, Edges highlighted with GW Kantor blue
Green: P3 iosan Green
Tree: P3 umbral umber over black basecoat, washed with GW agrax earthshade.
Flock: Gale force nine hobby round Dark conifer flock blend
Kingdom Death Monster – Lion God
In the first fight my group had against him since I painted him he decided to kill one of our survivors. And one of our group said that with him painted it was far more disturbing to observe. Well Kingdom Death Monster is marketed as a boutique nightmare horror, so I have succeeded in producing that – bonus.
I also have to give a big thanks to a friend of mine who made me play resident evil 5 with him. The lickers in that game inspired the colour scheme if I am honest.
He does need a little bit more work but I am happy so far.
Red: GW wazdakka red Painted with gloss varnish afterwards
Lines: P3 Umbral umber
Fur: P3 Khardic flesh
Face and parasite: P3 Midlund flesh.
Veins on parasite: P3 Beaten Purple.
Fur: washed with GW Reikland fleshshade, parasite washed with GW druchi violet.
GW baneblade brown used on base, lanterns all painted GW Leadbelcher, Washed with GW agrax earthshade.
Yellow glow on lanturns: GW zamesi desert, P3 cyngas yellow.
Story excerpt (The farseer continues his tale)
Awakening in the webway, the Wanderer could no longer remember his home but was infused with a earning to return there. Standing tall the heavily scarred construct began to walk.
The final part of this story will be included with the next post.
Work continues on this guy.
The Vallejo Orange Fire paint is complemented by the GW Dark reaper underlayer and GW skavenblight joints.
Since taking these images I have started working on the weapons and getting the last of the base scheme completed. This needs to be done before I can add the battle damage and calcified wraithbone effects to the model.
I should be able to get this model completed as I still have a week of march left to complete his paint job.
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