I made some good progress on my kitbashed Sanguinary Priest. Painting-wise I went with a pale cream similar to the ‘Eavy Metal paint job of the plastic Sanguinary Priest. I basecoated the armour with Pallid Wych Flesh, then shaded the recesses with Formula P3 Hammerfall Khaki (Karak Stone should be decent replacements). For the highlights I used a mix of Pallid Wych Flesh and white for the first step, and pure white for the second and final highlight. I’m really fond of the paint scheme, such a great idea by the ‘Eavy Metal team. Now, onto the remaining details!
How do you like the model so far?
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I basecoated the armour with Pallid Wych Flesh, then the khaki was painted directly into the joints and underlines with a small brush and a lot of patience. Then I used Pallid Wych Flesh again to clean up any untidy areas.
I love your work … splendid and simple … hope to get more tutorials from you … I'm trying to make a vio'la sept army for my tau/fe … last check was like 5 years ago (still trying to use the old gw paints), but I hope to get the technique … this posts help alot
I'm really digging the armor. It's very clean and the overall scheme/process is a great way to make white look good. You definitely have a knack for painting Blood Angels.
stahly, I'm constantly impressed by your work, but this one is unique. I've found painting white and black – and not having them look flat and lifeless – is the hardest thing in the hobby to do.
Cheers guys 🙂
I like this kind of cream colour for the Sanguinary boy, at least its a new scheme for the usual bone/white power armour! The face/head is really well made Stahly, many compliments…
Parchements over the shoulder is Rakath flesh right?
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how were you able to get that effect of the khaki on the joints and underlines over the white armor? … was the white drybrushed? I'm a bit new painting ^^, but the overall look looks amazing