Here are my Aeldari Webway Gates, painted in a pale wraithbone colour that matches the colour scheme of the broken Aeldari architecture of the bases of my Craftworld Iybraesil and Ulthwé collection. In this post, I’ll share all my paint recipes if you want to paint yours in a similar style.
I reviewed this set a while ago, find out more about my thoughts on this kit here. In a nutshell, I quite like the aesthetics of the gates, but I think if they designed it to look more antique with some broken pieces and deterioration it would have been even cooler and more in line with all the ruin pieces you find on the bases of models like Howling Banshees, Harlequins, and characters like the plastic Farseer and Autarch.
And here comes the complete list of paints I used. I’ve also took pictures of each step so a detailed step by step tutorial will follow soon, completely free as usual 🙂
Primer: Corax White
Airbrush basecoat: RMS Polished Bone
Selective shade: Gryphonne Sepia
Drybrush: Pallid Wych Flesh
Drybrush: VMC White
Basecoat: VGC Brassy Brass
Drybrush: Sycorax Bronze
Wash: Gryphonne Sepia
Highlight: VMechaC Light Steel
Abbreviations: OOP = old Citadel paint range (out of production), VGC = Vallejo Game Color, VMC = Vallejo Model Color, VMechaC = Vallejo Mecha Color, P3 = Privateer Press Formula P3, TAP = The Army Painter Warpaints, RMS = Reaper Master Series, GSW = Greenstuff World, S75 = Scale 75 Scale Color
And that’s it, a plain and simple paint job for my Aeldari Webway Gates. And a cool scenic shot with a printed “portal” backdrop.
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