Thursday, February 13, 2014

Journey into Naggaroth - Chapter 4 - Dragons abound!

As on the sneak peek on the last post and finally the Dragon is completed

Another pride and soul as a collector of a Dark Elf Army
The dragon is one of the most majestic model I ever had which I really wanted to make it look good even on display with a of course a certain criteria to make, effort and skill. So to take a close up on some aspects of the techniques employed to the model.

As drybrushed rock, simple as it is. Looks good on its own
The wood is a good coat of Army Painter Leather Brown, drybrushed with Rhinox Hide and a light coat of Black washer
The top wing, wash blending and toning. One layer of grey and wash.
The dark parts are done with more layers of wash and being dragged along the wing.
Underside of the wing. Uses the similar method as the under wing.
The underscale of the dragon is just paint and one strong layer of wash, simple as it is
A lot of detail on the Dreadlord, this guy is only mounted with Blu-Tac only
Well time to work on my infantry now, being left out quite a while on the Warhost of Naggaroth kit. Wait I have another one, the Manticore.

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