Sadly I didn’t manage to finish them today as the hot weather really slowed my painting down… Well, almost there.
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We all have days like that. For myself, the hotter the day the more lethargic I become.
They're looking excellent. May I inquire how you do your base?
It's a rather time consuming process but it brings out the texture really well. I painted the sand with Codex Grey, then a heavy drybrush of VGC Stonewall Grey and a light one with VGC Ghost Grey. Then I applied Badab Black to one part of the base and Devlan Mud to another, letting both washes flow together in the middle for a nice transition. This adds a bit of varition to the colour. Then a final drybrush of Stonewall grey to bring it all together. Cheers!
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Excellent paintjobs as usual, keep on!