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dampfpanzerwagon Fezian writes:

Halflings

I like to paint faces and exposed flesh first - I believe it makes painting easier when you can see a miniature's face. The base flesh colour is GW Snakebite Leather, highlighted with Snakebite Leather and Skull White. Once this was dry, I washed the areas with GW Flesh Wash (the old version with the blue top), and later touched up the black areas.

Halflings

Building from the base up, the next thing I painted was the trousers, various light grey, pale blue and linen colours. Please note: I did not worry about painting the bare feet at this point, but waited until the bases were painted.

Halflings

The red jackets were painted Vallejo Game Color Bloody Red, with just a touch of green, then a second coat of Bloody Red. I did not highlight up from the Bloody Red. Once again, I touched up the black areas.