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How do you paint Space Wolves? I Undercoated mine white, basecoated them Shadow Gray and highlighted them in Space Wolves Gray and washed the lines with thinned black ink. But they look like as$. I've done a search on the topic and can't find any good examples. I've seen Wolfraiders too and they are very well done but want the more traditional Blue-gray and only have acsess to citadel paints
So It comes down to that if I can't find a functional blue-gray scheme I'll have to go with a black scheme.
STEP 1. undercoat model in black
STEP 2. cover all respetive parts of the armour in shadow grey
STEP 3. drybrush entire model in sw gre
Step 4. add details, visor, necklace, runes ect.
Children in the dark cause accidents, accidents in the dark cause childen.
I suggest not to do the white undercoat, go black! also, don't ink-no real need for it, and it takes away the point of having a lighter highlight. Simple is good
FROM THE BOOK OF THE IMPERIUM:
1. Thou shalt not go on a panty raid in the Adaptus Soritus temple.
2. Thou shalt not flirt with Howling Banshees. They are the enemy.
3. Thou shalt not refer to Battle Sisters as Bolter Biatches
4. Darth Vader isnâ€™t the son of Abaddon
5. Thou shalt not reassemble a Necron into a washing machine
O.k I'll try the black undercoat tonight.
how do you Drybrush it? because I'm trying to figure out the best way to paint my space wolves too
Space Wolves- 4,000 pts
Dwarves in progress
I painted my army with:
1. primed with Chaos Black spray
2. heavy drybrush with Shadow Grey
3. drybrush with mix of Shadow Grey and SW Grey
4. minimal highlighting done with SW Grey
5. detail accordingly
The drybrushing creates an interesting effect which makes the armour look very weathered and ancient, almost stone-like. Granted, this look goes along with my idea of Space Wolves "handing down" armour over generations with freshly painted shoulder pads according to that wolf's rank/position. I'll take a pic or two and post if anyone is interested.