Subject: Re: My project on Mordheim Table. Fri 16 Dec 2022 - 17:39
I have moved on to painting, and I have to admit that the volume of work at this point is not small. On the positive side, I am moving forward with more energy as I slowly see myself getting closer to the result I had envisioned (with the necessary realistic compromises always for the sake of playability). Priming with an airbrush (a mixture of floor polish, latex paint, and black primer). This was followed by a second coat of primer and floor polish with a brush to cover areas that I could not reach with an airbrush. Zenithal lighting (with white primer diluted with a lot of water) applied in selective places with the help of an airbrush. Drybrush with two successive hands of gray tones. The wooden roofs were painted with brown acrylics and finished with a light drybrush of light brown (almost beige). The metal roofs were the result of true metallic acrylic paints and weathering with oils. The wooden parts of the table were worked entirely with oils. The plaster will be painted next. Until next time.