6 comments on “Basic Painting Tutorial: Blood Angels – Part 1: Legs and Torso

  1. Interesting, it’s a different tone of finish to the way I do red, which I think comes from the wash stage – I tend to apply agrax earthshade over the red layer, which I find gives the mephiston red a really rich depth, and helps to make the armour panels look dirty round the edges.

    This is an equally nice finish, just gives the red a different tone.

  2. Nice tutorial, i tend to weather the finished product, but im liking the effect you are getting doing it mid way through, also makes sense from a touch up point of view.
    And ive said it before but will say it again, damn you for making stripes look easy 😛 My latest attempt im still not 100% happy about lol…

    • Haha -thanks. Yeah, the stripe thing is all about confidence. Channel Shia LaBeouf and just do it! 😉 And even then, I still have to touch it up with a bit of black from time to time. 🙂

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