I began by painting the rocky base with Ceramcoat “Charcoal Grey”. When dry, I drybrushed it with Folk Art “Rock Grey”, and Americana “Grey Sky”.
Next, I painted the entire head with Americana “Snow White”. When dry, I gave the entire head a coat of Citadel Contrast “Apothecary White”. When dry, I drybrushed the head with the “Snow White”, and then used a brush to do even further “Snow White” highlights. I then painted the inside of the mouth with Americana “Cranberry Wine”.
I quickly decided that the mouth looked too strong of a color for my liking, so I repainted it with a mix of the “Cranberry Wine” and some Crafter’s Acrylic “Cherry Blossom Pink”. I then highlighted it with just the “Cherry Blossom Pink” followed with further highlights using Apple Barrel “Apple Lt. Pink”. After that, I painted the very back of his throat with some Citadel Contrast “Templar Black” to try and give it some depth. I followed that with painting his teeth with Americana “Bleached Sand”, and his horns with Folk Art “Gray Green”.
I let the figure dry for a while, and then applied a coat of Citadel “Agrax Earthshade” wash to the teeth, and a coat of Citadel “Nuln Oil” wash to the horns. After that, I painted the eyeball with Crafter’s Acrylic “Light Antique White”.
Next, I painted the outer iris with Folk Art “Cloudy Day”, then painted the inner iris with Crafter’s Acrylic “Cool Blue”. I then painted the pupil with Ceramcoat “Black”, and afterwards did highlights on the teeth with the base “Bleached Sand” followed by a little Ceramcoat “White”. After that, I highlighted the horns with the base “Grey Green”, followed by some Folk Art “Porcelain White”.
I’m pleased with how this fellow turned out. The mold line running across his teeth bugs me, but there was no way I was going to get involved in the insane amount of time it would take to try and clear all that out. (What a crazy place to put a mold line!) In the end I think the mouth perhaps is still too dark in color for an albino creature, but I think in general he looks ok.