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So, I'm about to start painting my lovely WE minis at last, but frankly, I've got no idea where to start on the dryads. As the thread title implies, I'm going for a winter theme with glade guards going to be white/grey/blue (and skin). I've thought about a blue'ish theme for the dryads (as in "oooooh these trees are possed and of the shadow fey kind!) or a more natural look for them. Any thoughts/methods?
Skillwise, I'm an average painter (who, sadly, am quite lazy when it comes to painting )
Basecoat snakebite leather, devlan mud wash, drybrush with vomit or bubonic brown then drybrush bleached bone and a final light drybrush of skull White. That's how I do my winter bases you could even stick some snow flock on the model
Brokendoll Miniature Painting - (Coming Soon)
Muse2k8's Painting Antics (WIP and Finished Models thread)