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So earlier today i built up a unit of fenrisian wolves and painted them all up in a brown coat theme and the result was... a disaster
so i decided to ask the brilliant online community if they have any simple but unique painting schemes for all things wolfy.
Any themes would be appreciated as i plan to have multiple units with different schemes(winter/summer/blackmane)
and pictures of links with pictures would be super appreciated.
thanks for reading, iecosis
I know a youtube channel named "Buypainted", and this guy paints models brilliantly.
The last ones he did were thunderwolves, in a summer fur.
This week, he'll make thunderwolves in winter fur.
He uses an airbrush, but if you don't own one, you can always try to paint it with a brush.
Hope this helps.
yeah i saw the videos from buypainted and they look great and i might use them i just thought id ask to see if anyone had anything similar but simpler as i dont have an airbrush and therefore it might take me a while
I just finnished 3 thinderwolves using an airbrush and Valejio model air paint.
1. White undercoat.
2. Mix 6 drops of white to 2 of light brown and coat the wolf but leave a few variations and a little white showing in areas.
3. Apply tiny patches with airbrush of pure light brown.
4. Barley grey (similar to codex grey) on the top of the model getting most of the back, tail and nose.
5. Black airbrushed gently over most of the barley grey but not all of it. Don't put the black on too thick and it will look dark grey but sooty.
6. Finally a little white in lightm, tiny areas on the underside of the model but keep the original light borwn/white mix on most of the model.
7. Paint claws, pads, saddle, teeth and eyes with a brush.
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