After a long time I finally made it! I finished my Fulgrim.
Here are some photos.
After a long time I had time to paint again. I bought the Dark Imperium Box and started to build up a little Death Guard army. Here is my first Marine and Lord of Contagion.
As i wrote in the other article i can’t wait to paint Fulgrim. I will update this post everytime I finished something on him with many many pictures and description what I was doing.
So today I started to paint his base. I used Astroganite to prime the whole stone and sand section of the base to make it look similar to my other bases. Then I shaded the stones with Agrax Earthshade and the sand sections with Nuln Oil. For the bases from my normal Marines I use Nuln Oil so I thought it would be good to use it on Fulgrims base, too. To give the stone a little different look I used another shade for it.
As the next step I shaded the gold and the skulls with Agrax Earthshade, the silver staff with Nuln Oil and the purple part with Druchii Violet. Then I brushed Ushnati Bone over the skulls and painted the edges of the gold with Gehenna’s Gold.
I painted the little dots on the broken shield and the staff with Gehenna’s Gold, too.
The edges of the purple were highlighted with Genestealer Purple and the skulls are highlighted with Screaming Scull.
In the end I highlighted the staff with Necron Compound and dabbed some little battle damage over the armour part and shield. In the end I dabbed Typhus Corrosion over the damaged edges and on the base at the sand parts.
Tomorrow in the evening if the weather is good for spraying I will spray Fulgrim with the Corax White Spray to make painting the white parts of him much easier.
I sprayed him with Corax White Spray and started to paint the purple parts with Xereus Purple. It needed a long time trying not to paint the going to stay white parts. So the first thin layer is done.
I finished the first half of my May project, the heavy Bolter squad.
But the second half I won’t paint this month. A voice in my head is talking to me to start painting Fulgrim. He was staring at me the whole time while painting and was jealous that he had to wait. But not any longer. I started him for the second half of may and the whole June.