Welcome to the final part of Romain’s Caucasian
Skin Tone Tutorial series. We get to see the final
details and tattoo work on
our Gaspez-Art Barbarian.
Romain moves on to the stages of painting his
technique for a beautiful African Skin Tone
on our little Kingdom Death Pin-Up miniature,
adding in another level of
deeper shading and highlights.
It’s now time to finish up the work on how to paint Japanese skin tones from Romain where he’s been working on the Kingdom Death Pin Ups of Death!
It’s time for the grand finale of Romain’s epic Kommander Sorscha painting tutorial! She’s turned out a treat and I reckon this uniform would pass the stringent checks of the Khadorian army!
What do you think of Romain’s techniques here and what would you like to see next on 3 Colours Up?
In the second installment of Miniatures ER Romain moves on to the main issues with Justin’s Ordic Pistoleer. This time he’ll be covering more about the rather unfortunate choice of skin tone and some parts that really shouldn’t be blue!
Duncan is back for another Games Workshop painting tutorial. This time, in the wake of so many new Ork models, he is going to be showing you an easy way to paint their green skin as well as their faces, teeth and eyes…
Games Workshop help you work through all those rank and file soldiers as they present a tutorial for the Cadian Shock Troopers you’ll be using to make up the majority of your Astra Militarum force…
It’s time to check out the Tempestor Scion again with part two of this tutorial from Games Workshop where they move on and finish off the model…
Romain returns with another Backstage painting tip, this time he has some guidance on painting the most expressive part of the model… the head and face.