Age of Sigmar: Painting Stinkmullet Part 4

Age of Sigmar: Painting Stinkmullet Part 4

The Stinkmulleting continues…

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It’s finally time to get to Stinkmullet’s face. Unfortunately I didn’t realize these face pics I was taking were a little out of focus until I’d snapped a couple, but you can still see what’s going on well enough.

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Here are all the colors going into the face. As with the staff worm, I used a mix of red and brown in the shadows to really make the green pop.

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Here I’m adding some highlights with the Screaming Skull and Moot. I also began the teeth with a basecoat of the Averland Sunset I’ve been using so much.

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I washed the teeth with Agrax Earth before highlighting them with Screaming Skull. Then I began to use the Red and Cadian Fleshtone to highlight the lips and eyes.

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More Highlights and then it’s on to the steel nose and chin.

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Rusty NMM can be tricky. The Dryad Bark is the base, mixed with Skrag Brown in some places. the Fenrisian Gray and White Scar are used to highlight.

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Watered down orange is stippled sparingly on the shadowed area, and near any bolts or studs.

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Not much difference here between the last pic. Just finalized some of the highlights. I got this one to focus a little better propping it up on my clippers.

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After gluing the face and shawl on, I had to try to fill the gaps with super glue. It was hard to reach in there and get it in the right spot. I decided to emphasize the gap in the shawl, rather than fill it, since it just looks like a tear.

Then I began on the sickle with the same NMM palette used on the nose. Here I’ve just begun with a simple gradient. A central stroke of Fenrisian Grey is blended outward into Dryad Bark.

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Now I’ve stippled some Skrag Brown and Trollslayer into the Dryad Bark.

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Here I’ve finished off the last of the highlights.

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Then I go ahead and paint the arm with the same colors as the face. I try to keep the palms and knuckles a bit pink since I think it really livens up the green and keeps it from looking too much like plastic.

~Stinkmullet may be finished, but this project isn’t. I’ll be finishing up tomorrow.

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