This was fun! I might have struck a happy chord by painting a bunch of miniatures in batch.. Could be called “speed-paint”, maybe… But I just didn’t second-guess myself and didn’t edge-highlight, since I didn’t thought it was necessary for this guys. Other than painting twenty at a time, I think I would have gone ahead exactly the same had I been painting one at a time… But in such number, I got a great feeling of accomplishment. Con about it… At this rate, no way my pile of grey (and green) plastic is going to last for as long as I had thought.
Primed black, zenithal highlight of white and spray-based with leaf green and lime zenithal. I then drybrushed with greenish gray, and a pale blue on the faces and hands on top. Horns in STORMVERMIN FUR, and then drybrushed ZAMESI DESERT and Bone at the tip. The wounds got based with Beige Red and shaded with GW Purple Wash, with a layer of BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD on the entrails. Blisters with Sunburst Yellow, CARROBURG Crimson on the open ones and along the spines. Weapons in plain GUNMETAL Gray. I shaded all with black oil-paint and cleaned the excess next day. Fixed with varnish, and painted the eyes with Fluor Green. The metallic green of the swords was achieved by using a lime Edding brush-marker over. Missing some special effects that I intend to apply like slime and such… But in three short sessions? I’m really happy with the results.