Minions Bloody Barnabas Warlock…

My first Hordes Warcaster. Mikey is all growns up now. I went with the lighter green and decided to paint his whole underside tan including his lower jaw similar to some real life alligators. I like it a lot better than just the belly since it breaks up the large amount of green nicely. I primered him too far away and you can see the fuzzies on him if you look close OR he just has a constant skin infection because he lives in a filthy swamp 😉

Basecoatness of Cleanliness +2

I used Woodland Scenics flock on this alligator…for real yo!

Part mummy? Insert HOT HOT HEAT song here…

  1. White P3 Primer
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Used Citadel Badab Black wash all over the miniature
  4. Minimal highlights (teeth & stitches on robe)
  5. The splatter gore effect was accomplished using 2 parts Vallejo Rojo Visceral Gory Red and 1 part water. I then loaded up a size 3 flat brush and flicked it using a toothpick onto the axe
  6. Bases are comprised of a mix of Gale Force Nine medium & fine basing grit with Army Painter Battlefield Swamp Tuft
  7. Army Painter Anti-Shine Matte Varnish
  8. Vallejo Gloss Varnish only on his teeth & blood spattered axe to give that wet/moist feel
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6 thoughts on “Minions Bloody Barnabas Warlock…

  1. he difference the was gives the 2 prinary colours is amazing!

    Truely impressed *clap*

    Are they Livery Green and Sunblast yellow?
    [ trying to find how light to start colours before the wash gets them :>} ]

    Cheers Mike

  2. Sorry about the mis-spelling…. First Line Take 2……

    The difference the wash gives the 2 prinary colours is amazing!

    Etc……

  3. Thanks for that.

    Really Goblin Green? Thats much darker than it looks in the picture.
    I thought that Goblin Green was on the back of the Wrastler and the dots on Barnabus’ hands/snout.

    I shall definately have to revise what I think the black wash is doing if the green is that dark!

    Mike

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