How Do I Paint Roman Legionaries?

Steps 1 to 14

Steps 1 to 14

1.- The figure as it comes out of the blister, plenty of extra material from the production process
2.- The figure cleaned and sanded
3.- [Spray] An undercoat of Chaos Black
4.- [Brush 0] Boltgun Metal for the armor and other metal pieces
5.- [Brush 0] Skull White for the tunic
6.- [Brush 0] Bronzed Flesh for the flesh, obviously!
7.- [Brush 0] Bestial Brown for the belts, sword scarab and other details
8.- [Brush 0] Shinning Gold for the groin guard and other details
9.- [Brush 0] Snakebite Leather for the back of the shield
10.- [Brush 0] Goblin Green for the shield
11.- [Brush 0] Bad Moon Yellow fot the shield’s border and center piece
12.- [Brush 3/0] Shinning Gold for the shield’s pattern
13.- [Brush 3/0] Dark Angels Green for the shield’s pattern
14.- The assembled miniature

Steps 15 to 17

Steps 15 to 17

15.- [Brush 3/0] Edges and raised Boltgun Metal elements highlighted with Mithril Silver
16.- [Brush 3/0] Edges and raised Bestial Brown elements highlighted with Bestial Brown mixed with Skull White
17.- [Brush 3/0] Edges and raised Bronzed Flesh elements highlighted with Bronzed Flesh mixed with Skull White

Step 18

Step 18

18.- Before continuing all miniatures are placed in their base

Steps 19 to 21

Steps 19 to 21

19.- [Soft Brush] Washing with Black Ink
20.- [Soft Brush] Gloss varnish with ‘Ard Coat
21.- [Spray] Satin varnish with Purity Seal