Thursday, 9 February 2012

Ruined building

Ok guys, update on the building was meant to take pictures yesterday however needed to charge my cameras batteries and by the time it was charged the lighting on my room was dire.

Anyway on with the pictures. The building has received a dry brush of middlestone and cavalry brown which gave a clay colouration. Also started working on the interior by painting the floor boards flat earth.

Next step is to do some darker dry brushing on the brick work and fill in any pock marks with black. After that it'll be window frames and shutters, dry brush the floor boards and then paint the inside walls.

1 comment:

  1. CC on this dude, get it hit with some Badab Black if possible. slosh that shit in to thr brickwork, then to tidy the "water marks" as left by heavily applied GW washes hit it with another drybrush. I think this'll really make that brickwork pop and darken the whole thing nicely.

    Alternatively gloss the whole thing and pin wash it? But that's going to be a hell of a lot of oil paint going on and need an awful lot of gloss!?

    I've also got some nice smoke weather powder you could put on over the windows and shell holes to simulate damage to the building?