Killer Karetsu wrote:
Wow! That elf is going to look fantastic!
If you can, I'd appreciate a dwarf face tutorial.
And here I go with the promised tutorial
Sorry for being late, and for the shitty camera and paintwork. I dunno what's with me today
What do we have here? A standard Dwarf Warrior, let's call him Bob. He's undercoated with Chaos Black for the easier painting. The eye painting method that I sent you not so long ago comes next, only pics, I'll shut my mouth and don't bore you with the description of what you already know
And this is where the fun begins. I purchased some Reaper paints, and use them for faces. I recommend you to also do this (or find a suitable GW paint for it - Foundation have a nice darker flesh tone that is like the old tanned flesh), because they are cheaper than GW's ones, and contains about 20ml of paint instead of 12.
As you can see the face was painted with Earth Brown (Bestial or Scorhed Brown is also a suitable choice). Leave little black lines where two surface (skin and beard for example) meets to achieve a nice dwarven face. Oh wait, this can be useful anywhere
Tanned flesh...nothing interesting, leave the deepest parts brown, etc. etc.
Here Dwarf Flesh was used as highlight. This will be the base color of the figure's face.
From this point, you only need to put a little bit of highlight on your figure. Just a bit of Elf Flesh on the nose and under the eyes on his cheeks, and ta-da, you have a proper tabletop face for a lad. Post results, I'm really curious