It's three different colours from red-brown to tan, strong tone wash, dry brush, wash, a bit more dry brush, some more wash, etc. I even think there's a light Ash Grey dry brush on there.The wood looks great, i've been trying to do terrain with some wood on it and it's garbage
OK - so finally got around to it. With the lockdown (and no footy to go to), I've been filling the weekends painting. Butchered a few but now getting the hang of it. I'm pretty happy with the outcome so far. I'm now painting my first Dungeons and Dragons Collector's Edition (the Froghemoth).I will.
I should point out I've been a total cheat and have a pretty handy collection of the pre-painted D&D minis which I collected for the simple reason I thought they looked cool (and I'm a classic D&D player starting back from 1984). I do have a pretty good collection of the AD&D toys from the 1980s as well.
I love this model. I've got some Noise Marines that have been sitting on my rather large shelf of shame for a few years
I've just been collecting models I like the look of recently, Noise Marine which looks heaps better in person i'm just incapable of taking decent photos, primaris apothecary, the random bust I bought half painted then realised my vision didn't fit my talent and I've got fabulous bill that i can get once we can leave our houses again.I love this model. I've got some Noise Marines that have been sitting on my rather large shelf of shame for a few years
I've been working on my old (from the late 90s) space man army, so I'm happy that the old marines are getting blended with the primaris.
GW probably figure if you haven't bought primaris model by now, you never will.