Wim V.D. Berghe Entry

First thing to do is separate the paieces, and clean the model. Then I glue the pieces together. I always do this before I start painting, because glue does nog stick very well on paint, most of the times. I then paint some parts with vallejo black surface primer. I paint "inside - out", meaning I first paint the skin, and work up to the different layers of clothes/armour. This is a method I use a lot for my wargaming figures. It is just that I normaly don't spend a lot of time on one figure, painting units of figures most of the time. The metal helmet is always the last part I paint.
Further methods used are high lighting and washes. I hope you like the result. It was a long time ago since I put that much time in painting a single model. But the model is worth it!
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