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Blackstone Fortress: the Kroot

The penultimate figure in my Blackstone Fortress set is now complete. Behold the Kroot:

This figure also marks my first use of Games Workshop’s new line of contrast paints. I used them on the metal parts of the gun, the green cloak, and the head spines, claws, and piece of bone attached to the gun barrel.

I’m happy with how they worked, especially the green, which formed shades and highlights as I watched.

The paints also mix in nicely with non-contrast paints, it’s not a case of all or nothing.

After this model there’s only Taddeus the Purfier to go, and then my box is complete.

2 comments on “Blackstone Fortress: the Kroot

  1. John@justneedsvarnish
    July 8, 2019

    Very nicely done! I really do like that figure! Nice to be able to mix and match with “normal” and contrast paints.

    • davekay
      July 8, 2019

      Yes, I have so far come to view them as a useful option but not a replacement for existing paints.

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This entry was posted on July 7, 2019 by in Miniatures, Painting & Modelling, Tabletop, The Projects, Warhammer Quest and tagged , , , .
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