Dienstag, 31. Januar 2012
3-Colors Killa Kan 
After letting all dry for an half day. You ask why? Because I mentioned the primer sticks better to the surface of the miniature when it has more time to dry on. Anyway, after drying Metal-parts were painted in Gun Metal. Afterwards I washed them with black ink. When this is dry I edge highlighted with Chrome. Just the very upper edges. No dry-brushing
The black/white patter is always the worst to do. But it gives a nice eye-catcher, so its worth to take time for this. Finally edge highlight all black-parts with a medium grey. Again no dry-brushing.
When everything is painted, glue body and arms together and fix it on the brown base. Sand the base and put some static grass or what ever els on it - finished!
You see just 3 color + shadings (ok you got me: black and white are not color) on the miniature and it looks great! Guess I will paint the tubes in a red/orange color for more popping.
If you like it or not, have a questions just leave a comment.