The first wight for my White Walker army 15. March 2016 thomasriepe 28mm figure, A song of ice and fire, fantasy wargaming, Game of Thrones, George R R Martin, Mantic, plastic miniatures, White Walkers, wight dog, wights This is a strait build out of the Mantic Skeli sprue. I painted him first as a test on painting decayed bone and blue eyes. Do you think this is OK as I painted it ? What would you do differently? Please leave a comment! Share this:TwitterFacebookPrintWhatsAppEmailLike this:Like Loading...
6 thoughts on “The first wight for my White Walker army”
Cute doggie. I like the colouring, it’s quite fitting.
If I were to criticize something it’d be the mould line in the head.
Yes it is true the mold line should have gone but I saw it when I took the picture not before 😦
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I’m ashamed to confess, for Skeletons and Zombies, I have to file some moulds AFTER painting because with wash and some techniques (ok ok, drybrush, sorry) they just stand out too much.
true sometimes you only see them when paint is on the figure
Looks like a realistic bone colour to me. The blue eyes make sense for the walkers, so that works. You could add eyeballs with soem greenstuff if you want to have them still intact.
The eyeball addition is a good idea will try that in the next models