Hope you had some nice festive days and found lots of hobby presents under your tree (or whatever your customs are 😉 Anyways, another update on Zarbag’s Gitz. They are a lot of fun to paint and the upcoming Gloomspite Gitz release makes them even more exciting to work on! The Grot with the net is done, and he’ll serve as the test model for the remaining bunch. As you can see, I try to incorporate more yellow as on the ‘Eavy Metal versions. My recipe is a basecoat of Averland Sunset, shading with a wash of Fuegan Orange, then edge highlights with Vallejo Game Color Pale Yellow and Formula P3 Menoth White Highlight [you just could mix successive amounts of white into Averland Sunset for a similar result]. What do you think?
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