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Blipvertus multigame Dwarf army

Blipvertus multigame Dwarf army

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Heavy Infantry

Tutoring 5
Skill 3
Idea 3
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Based around the Oathmark Dwarf Heavy Infantry box, these figures can serve as hearthguard, veterans, or unit leaders.

I’ll build the first batch armed with one handed weapons then a second batch with two handed weapons.

The sprues have more head options than bodies and in this case I opted to make the banner bearer with an open faced helmet and everyone else with an iron mask. After assembling the minis I filled in the base with Warlods basing compound. Once dry I applied PVA glue and sand as per usual. The sprues have more head options than bodies and in this case I opted to make the banner bearer with an open faced helmet and everyone else with an iron mask. After assembling the minis I filled in the base with Warlods basing compound. Once dry I applied PVA glue and sand as per usual.
Because there’s so much armor on these figures, and virtually no cloth, I elected to use Army Painter Plate Mail Metal ad the primer. Because there’s so much armor on these figures, and virtually no cloth, I elected to use Army Painter Plate Mail Metal ad the primer.
Here I’ve painted the base with Army Painter Leather Brown. Here I’ve painted the base with Army Painter Leather Brown.
Beards painted Army Painter Lava Orange and flesh painted Vallejo Dark FleshBeards painted Army Painter Lava Orange and flesh painted Vallejo Dark Flesh
Gloves painted Army Painter Fur Brown, shirt painted Army Painter Wolf Grey, pants painted Army Painter Desert Yellow and boots painted Vallejo Flat Brown..  Gloves painted Army Painter Fur Brown, shirt painted Army Painter Wolf Grey, pants painted Army Painter Desert Yellow and boots painted Vallejo Flat Brown..
I washed the armor with Nuln Oil, the face wth Reikland Flesh, the pants, boots, brass and gloves with Seraphim Sepia. I washed the armor with Nuln Oil, the face wth Reikland Flesh, the pants, boots, brass and gloves with Seraphim Sepia.

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