This is the first in my series of WFB posts in this first week of January 2012. Another commission, I love it when I get new and interesting things to paint. It’s always challenging at first, but I soon relish the challenge with a brush in hand.
Wulfrik was a good model to paint. It gave an opportunity to try loads of different things on one model, which you just don’t get on marines or other characters. I went for a rotten/greenish palour for Wulfriks face and a live/recent skin effect for his shield – a reverse of what I’d seen on other peoples offerings.
- W.H. Painting Studio
I love this model and I think you made it look really good. Well Done.
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That flayed skin looks so realistic. Creepy.
I've never really seen trophy skulls painted so dark either, very different but suits this piece.