I did the Leadbelcher/Nightshade first so that I could be a bit fast and sloppy about it. With that done I completed the deepest recesses, which happen to be the skin. Then I broke the unit into five batches of five models and base coated each with a different color beard. Rhinox Hide for brunett, Mournfang Brown for gingers, Balor Brown for blonde, Mechanicus Standard Grey for grey and black for, well, black.
All done with the good 'ol fashion sable brushes. These guys are far too tiny for airbrushing … well past the primer which I airbrush on.
Like me then … 🙂 I'm curious to see how it will come out your beards! Use the Balor for blondes is good advice! I'm working on longbeards 🙂
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I like it! Are they made all via standard brush or airbrush?