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Painting Tutorial for Walking Dead All Out War Liam

Part of the Walking Dead All Out War painting tutorials series. For the latest studio news and tutorials updates follow me on instagram or facebook.

All paints from Army Painter's Warpaints range.

  • the pants were basecoated with electric blue
  • then given a wash of blue tone ink
  • a second wash was applied to the folds and other parts of the pants that I wanted to be darker
  • electric blue was reapplied to the pants leaving the parts I wanted shaded untouched

  • a mixture of electric blue and white was applied as a broad highlight 
  • a second highlight of white was applied as an edge highlight picking out all edges
  • the shirt was basecoated with ash grey
  • diluted dungeon grey was applied as a wash over the shirt

  • ash grey was reapplied to all the raised parts of the shirt
  • a mix of ash grey and white was used for the first highlight
  • pure white was used as an edge highlight
  • the belt and boots were basecoated with slightly diluted black

  • dark tone ink was applied to the boots and belt
  • a mix of oak brown and black was then applied
  • a mix of oak brown and monster brown provided the first highlight
  • monster brown was used as a second highlight colour

  • the skin was basecoated with barbarian flesh
  • diluted tanned flesh was applied as a wash over the skin
  • barbarian flesh was reapplied
  • a mix of barbarian flesh and mummy robes was used to highlight the skin

  • mummy robes was used for the brightest highlights of the skin picking out the details of the face and hands
  • the eyes were painted with mummy robes
  • black was used for the detail of the eyes
  • the jacket was basecoated with green skin

  • the jacket was washed with green tone ink
  • green skin was reapplied
  • a mix of green skin and necrotic flesh was used for the first highlight
  • necrotic flesh was used to add further contrast to the jacket 

  • the hair was basecoated with a mix of desert yellow and leather brown
  • light tone ink was used as a wash
  • desert yellow was used to pick out the hair strands
  • skeleton bone was used to add a sharp highlight to the hair
The finished model

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