Next, I highlighted the wood splints and the wagon wheel using the base “Mississippi Mud”, and then added in some Americana “Fawn”. I then highlighted the loin fur with Americana “Sable Brown”, and the lighter Americana “Khaki Tan”. After that, I worked on the metal bands on the leg and club as well as the chain around his neck; dabbing them with, first, Americana “Light Cinnamon”, then some Accent “Golden Oxide”, and lastly, Americana “Tangerine”. I finished them by giving them a drybrush of Folk Art Metallics “Gunmetal Grey”. I worked on the hair next, highlighting with the base “Charcoal”, mixed with some Americana “Neutral Grey”. I highlighted the big bead in his hair with Folk Art Pearl “Aqua Moire”, then the smaller beads with the “Gunmetal Grey” and some Folk Art Metallics “Pure Gold”.
I then highlighted the bandages with Folk Art “Porcelain White”. I had noticed some ares of bumpy pimply looking skin, and had wanted to do something moldy looking to them, and finally decided to give them some dabs with Citadel Contrast “Militarium Green”. Likewise, I decided the scar down his back looked too plain, so I went down the seam with Citadel Contrast “Fireslayer Flesh” to make it look a little seeping.
I’m really thrilled with how this figure turned out. It really is a dynamic and excellent sculpt with lots of fun details.