venerdì 9 settembre 2011

Painting guide-Russian Infantry Zvezda

Hello friends!
Today I made a painting guide on how to paint a Russian soldier(Zvezda).



This is a list of the colors that I used:

Vallejo Game Color
Charred Brown...............72045
Gold Yellow....................72007
Chainmail Silver..............72053
Scarlett Red..................72012
Blood Red......................72010
Dwarf Skin....................72041
Black............................72051

Gameworkshop
Black Wash
Baal Red wash
Skin wash

Vallejo Model Color
Earth....................72062
Russian Uniform ww2.......70924
Khaki Grey................70880
Gunmetal Grey.............863

Lifecolor
RLM 80 -UA506 Olivgrun
Ral 8012-UA22 Rotbrau



Step 1-Basecoat. Using black spray Gameworkshop.
Foto 1



Step 2- I begin to Painting  coats with Russian Uniform ww2(70924),
 pants and all equipment with Khaki Grey(70880)
Foto 2


Foto 3



Step 3-I paint the face and hands with Dwarf Skin(72041),
the gun  with Ral 8012-UA22 Rotbrau, the shoes and the handle of the shovel with Charred Brown(72045).
Helmet with Lifecolor  RLM 80 -UA506 Olivgrun
Foto 4


Foto 5



Step 4-Washing The face with Skin wash , The gun with Baal Red wash and
everything else with Black Wash
Foto 6


Foto 7



Step 5-Hightlight coats with Russian Uniform , pants and all equipment with Khaki Grey.
the shoes and the handle of the shovel with Charred Brown
Foto 8


Foto 9



Step 6-Hightlight the gun with  Rotbrau , the shoes and the handle of the shovel with a mixture Charred Brown and
Gold Yellow(72007) (5/1) .Helmet with  Olivgrun , the face with Dwarf Skin.Paint collar ensign
with Black(72051), paint the barrel of  gun with Gunmetal Grey(863)
Foto 10


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Step 7-Hightlight collar ensign with Scarlett Red(72012).
Weathering shoes with Earth(72062)
Foto 13



Step 8-Hightlight collar ensign with Blood Red(72010),paint bayonet with
Chainmail Silver(72053)






For painting the base you can see this link
http://bennosfiguresforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=7629

I hope you like this tutorial :)
Sorry for my bad english !! :oops:

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13 commenti:

  1. Phew, that's a mission Carlo! very good photo fest.

    Lovely post

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  2. Yes very nicely done! Did you use some gloss varnish before the black wash? The fig seems very glossy at that point in the process.

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  3. Thanks friends !!!

    @Zardoz ... The fig seems very glossy because I took the photo when the ink was still wet -)

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  4. I'm impressed by the quality of the black wash on the fig. I've tried GW washes and also my own mixes with acrylic ink or paint and I'm still not happy with the result. Either the creases in the figure aren't darkened evenly or the highlight areas end up stained too much.

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  5. Thanks Zardoz !!
    After washing with ink, unfortunately I have always repaint highlights Areas !!!

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  6. Great work! That's the best result for this miniatures I've ever seen.
    Could you please share the same guide for armored units? I wonder how you created smooth color change for T-34 hull armor plates - it's light on the edges and more dark in the middle. What's the secret of doing this? :)

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  7. Un grande lavoro: devo dire che dipingi benissimo, complimenti veramente. Ciao
    Alex

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  8. grazie shur-molchun , grazie Alessandro !! :-)

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  9. Ciao Carlo!

    I just stumbled upon your blog in search for a tutorial on the same. Splendid work! Absolutely outdstanding :))

    What size and brand of brushes did you use?

    Cordialmente,

    Resch

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  10. I really liked your blog, whenever we can, we'll be back.
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