Age of Sigmar: Mortek Guard
Today we are going to paint some Mortek Guard in a very easy colour scheme.
These will look striking on the table due to the unusual choice of colours for these Ossiarch Bonereapers.
To start the miniature was primed using Games Workshops grey seer.
All of the fleshy/ bone body parts were painted with Games Workshop Contrast Darkoath flesh.
The weapon hilt, shield emblem and bone shaped armour were painted with Games Workshop Contrast Skeleton Horde.
The armour and sword were painted with Games Workshop Contrast Black Templar.
Once the armour was dry I then used Games Workshop Contrast Terradon Turquoise over the top of the armour and blade to give it a nice tint.
The cloth was painted with Games Workshop Contrast Flesh Tearers Red.
Any visible weapon handles were painted with Games Workshops Contrast Wyldwood.
All of the fleshy parts were given a light drybrush using Games Workshops Cadian Fleshtone.
Any areas painted with Skeleton Horde was then given a light drybrush of Games Workshops Screaming skull.
The cloth was highlighted with Games Workshops Mephiston Red.
The cloth was then given a final edge highlight using Games workshops Wild Rider Red.
The eyes were also dotted with the same colour.
The base was textured using Games Workshop Texture Astrogranite.
The base was then given a light drybrush using Games Workshop Administratum Grey.
To finish off the miniature the base rim was painted with Games Workshops Abaddon Black.