It's mainly up here for passing interest, since most readers are already accomplished painters, but also serves as a useful reference for me in case I want to paint the same models in years to come. Also, perhaps it will serve as a detailed example of my painting style, which usually runs like this:
- White undercoat
- Flat colours
- Army painter wash
- Flat colours again as a highlight
- Detail and ligher colours for final highlight
I'd be interested to hear people's thoughts on this method; I've been thinking a lot about other painting methods and techniques ever since I saw some of Dai's lovely RPG figures.
1. The figure (a Foundry model) is superglued to a 2p coin and then undercoated with a white spraypaint.