plain 'ol dwarf.
|The finished dwarf.|
|Stage one. Base Coat. Dark Brown, Dark Angels Green, Tin Bitz, Delta Creamcoat Metallic Pewter ( I love this color!)|
|Stage two: Dwarf flesh, a dark green from the original Epic paint set, Hammered Copper from Game Color, and Calthan Brown Citadel Foundation (beard).|
|Stage three: Original Citadel Woodland Green, Ral Partha Copper Metallic (amazing that this is still good), and bronzed flesh.|
|Stage four: Burnished Gold highlights, bleached bone and white for the eyes, and brown ink to pick out the beard ,|
|Final stage: Bolt gun metal on axe edge, Khemri brown foundation paint on the beard, a bit more burnished gold.,|
Any to not keep out fella from feeling totally purposeless while I take the next while here contemplating whether or not I want to paint any more dwaves, I decided to give him a piece of the King's Wall (It should've been called the King's Rope Fence or something as it is hardly a wall).
|Tin bitz on the metals, the darkest grey I could find in my collection for the stone.|
|A lighter gray. And a thinned Patina by Folk Art on the metal.|
|Tin Bitz mixed with shining gold for highlights on the helms,|
|Add flock, and done with both miniatures.|
Honestly, I must confess to you, I really only painted these two models as a study for these guys!:
I didn't want to just randomly paint all that dwarf debris, now did I?