Saturday, 3 March 2012

Cataphract progress

I have managed to finish the block painting on the Late Roman cataphracts. They have now had a coat of Army Painter Strong Tone which I am using as an intermediate stage rather than as a finish. Once this is dry I'll paint in the flesh and the highlights. Because of the preponderance of armour I think I might the brush-on Matt varnish on the non metal areas rather than using a spray.

Cheers

3 comments:

Michael Awdry said...

They look great; the weight of that armour must have been immense!

Ian said...

They do look great, much better than many of the same figures you see

Ian

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