I seem determined to milk FD's dretch miniatures for every last drop of blog-worthiness. That being the case, it's time for one more go-round with these little miniatures.
My last post contained only one group shot from the front. I've gone back and added a pic of the group from the back.
I also took a sequence of WIP shots while painting that illustrate my method. (Actually, it's James Wappel's method. I'm just borrowing it.)
|Touch-ups to the mids and highlights|
|Details and Base|
When applying the washes I try to avoid obscuring the highlights as much as possible. Even so, things look rather rough afterwards, necessitating a round of touchups. In the final step I used a dilute glaze of a purplish fleshtone to introduce a little color and give the skin a slightly mottled appearance.
|More red oxide paste to blend the base components together|
|The Finished Product|
Some more individual shots.
Finally, some detail-pics of what passes for flora and fauna down in the abyss.
That's a wrap.