Hello everyone, here’s another finished model for my Stormcast, the Knight Heraldor.
I opted to buy the second posed variant of this model, I think it’s generally a better pose. I really enjoyed painting him, the model has similar painting techniques to my other Stormcast but there was the large scroll and a slightly different cloak to paint, which made for a nice change.
I wanted to make the scroll look aged and gritty, like it had been through a lot of war. I have also used the new Games Workshop Fulgurite Copper on the icon and end of the trumpet, it was a really nice paint, it went on very nicely and I’m happy with how it looks.
I also decided I wanted to make the cloak worn and weathered. I achieved this by painting on rips and scratches with Rhinox Hide and highlighting them with White, I also used Agrax Earthshade and some Typhus Corrosion on the ends to add a bit of grit and grime.
Thank you! 🙂 it's really simple, dip a bit of sponge into Blood for the Blood God, wipe excess on a tissue, then dab it and swipe the sponge on to the blade 🙂
- Joe B
I really like your worn and beaten looking Stormcast. They still have the regal look, but without the excessive shininess.
Thanks Joe 🙂
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Great work Amy! I'm curious, how did you do that wonderful blood effect?