It's a beautiful day to spend indoors - away from our "responsibilities", shuttered away from the big, scary world, enabling our creative side to once again unlock the secrets of our pigment-driven conquest.
I utilized this snow day to do my first paint up of our Sandbag Straights and I thought I would share with you all on how I got my finished product. Disclaimer: I am by no means a professional painter. Quick and easy, effective, and table-top worthy are often the points I aim for when completing any given work. I hope you enjoy!
First Step - Prime (no pun intended :D)
Second Step - Basecoat
Third Step - Dry-brush
Fourth Step - "...Not Another Dry-brush"
Really, I could just spray these with a matte finish and call it a day, but since I have the extra 10 minutes to spend thanks to this nifty snow day, I went a step further to make them look a little more like they've seen the ash and dust of war.
Final Step - Ink Wash
Thanks for sticking with me till the end. Once these are available for sale and you get your hands on them, I hope to hear about and see some of your works as well! If you have any questions or feedback please feel free to drop us a line, comment on our facebook, or even right here on the blog. Happy hobbying!