Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Games Workshop's Faragon Ranger

This is a Faragon Ranger model placed on a Reaper metal base for use in an rpg campaign.

Figure was painted using the layering techniques.

Painting Instructions for Games Workshop's Faragon Ranger:
Step 01: Use Chaos Black primer
Step 02: Use Dark Flesh for skin
Step 03: Use mix of Dark Flesh with Elf Flesh for skin for highlights
Step 04: Continue to add Elf Flesh to skin mix for final highlights
Step 05: Use mix of Chaos Black and Dark Angels Green on cloak
Step 06: Add more Dark Angels Green to mix on cloak
Step 07: Add Snot Green to mix on cloak but leave shadows
Step 08: Add Scorpion Green to mix on cloak and start highlights
Step 09: Add Bleached Bone to mix on cloak for final highlights
Step 10: Use Scab Red on clothes
Step 11: Use Red Gore on clothes - stay in shadows
Step 12: Use mix of Red Gore and Blood Red on clothes - start to highlight
Step 13: Use Blood Red on clothes - further highlighting
Step 14: Use mix of Blood Red and Golden Yellow - highlights
Step 15: Add more Golden Yellow and Bleached Bone to mix - final highlight
Step 16: Use Scorched Brown on leather
Step 17: Use Bestial Brown on leather
Step 18: Use Snakebite Leather on leather as highlights
Step 19: Use Bubonic Brown on leather as final highlights
Step 20: Use Snakebite Leather on bow
Step 21: Use Bubonic Brown on bow
Step 22: Use mix of Bubonic Brown and Bleached Bone as highlight on bow
Step 23: Use Bleached Bone as final highlight on bow
Step 24: Use Shining Gold on metal trim
Step 25: Use Codex Grey on arrow flights
Step 26: Drybrush Skull White on arrow flights
Step 27: Wash arrow flights with Sky Blue Ink
Step 28: Repeat drybrush of Skull White on arrow flights
Step 29: Use Shadow Grey on hair
Step 30: Drybrush Space Wolves Grey on hair
Step 31: Drybrush highlights on hair using Ghostly Grey
Step 32: Use Codex Grey on base
Step 33: Drybrush Fortress Grey on base
Step 34: Highligh drybrush Skull White on base

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