|Never toss a dwarf!|
I'm particularly fond of the beard work and the Non-Metal Metallic i used on the ax/shield. It's my first time using the NMM technique where you paint the reflection using shades of grey instead of actual metallic paint. I though it turned out fairly well considering i kept it simple and didn't use a ton of shades (only ~5).
The priming technique i used this time is gray spray paint primer and then dry-brush white to highlight the details. I think it works better because although i like white primer for bright color, it always seems to take a thicker layer to get an even coat than grey or black. Grey is a good balance. The white only picks up on the edges which gives your color basecoat a natural slight highlight. Also the extra layers of white builds up where you want the build up (on the edges) so it's better than using a wash which fills in areas and decreases overall detail. conceptually. it may not actually make a significant difference.
Anyway, the game is great and we've been playing it a lot so i'll be painting the rest of the heroes up soon!