All paints from Army Painters' Warpaints range
The model was basecoated as follows
Red - dragon red
Yellow - daemonic yellow
Black - matt black
Skin - Barbarian flesh
The model was sprayed white.
Pure red was applied to all of the red parts that were hit with the white.
Chaotic red was applied as a shade.
A mix of chaotic red and black was then applied as a further shade.
A mix of pure red and lava orange was applied as a highlight.
A mix of lava orange and skeleton bone was applied sparingly as a highlight.
The brightest points were picked out with skeleton bone.
A very dilute layer of pure red was applied all over the red clothing to bring back the red colour.
3-4 glazes using diluted flesh wash were applied to the skin.
Barbarian flesh was applied to all of the lit parts of the skin.
A little skeleton bone was added to barbarian flesh and applied as a highlight.
More skeleton bone was added to the mix and applied to the brightest parts of the skin.
Matt white was applied as an edge highlight.
A mix of hawk turquoise and black was applied to the black parts.
A little white was added to the previous mix and applied as a highlight.
Matt white was used as a final highlight.
Glazes of black were used as a shade.
The hair was washed with a mix of flesh was and soft tone wash.
A second wash was done with soft tone.
A mix of daemonic yellow and desert yellow was applied to the hair strands.
Skeleton bone was used as a highlight.
A final highlight of white was used to pick out the brightest points of the hair.
The finished model.