I just sort of went free form with wet on wet to make it look natural so I don't have a breakdown of what the colors were or their order, but you can see there were a lot.
Then I did the leather pouches with a very simple and easy set of colors. Layer them on from left to right. No need to be neat because the last step is 2 strong washes of agrax. Let each wash layer dry fully.
1:2 Biel-tan & Medium 1-2 coats keeping away from the highest brightest points.
1:2 Coela & Medium 1 coat leaving mid tones from last step visible.
1:2 Druichii & Medium 1-2 coats in the deepest recesses.
1:1 blue black & medium for fabric on pants under armour. 1-2 coats
Here's how it all looks when you are done:
NOCF Charity raffle information (Go get some tickets):
The beneficiaries of this effort - Doctors Without Borders (DWB) - www.doctorswithoutborders.org
You DO NOT have to be present at the NOVA Open to win, they will ship the armies to anywhere in the world in sturdy, custom-cut, KR Multicases!
There are other armies/collections in the works for 40K, Halifax, and Flames of War. Tickets purchased for each of these other armies benefit a variety of other charities including Fischer House, and the Wounded Warrior Project.
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Models and supplies for the armies being painted are provided by the sponsors below:
Atlantis Games & Comics (USA) - http://www.atlantis-comics.
KR Multicase (UK) - http://www.krmulticase.com
Element Games (UK) - http://elementgames.co.uk
Secret Weapon Miniatures (USA)- http://www.
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