As with the previous wash technique, I threw down some devlan mud wash (light coat, being careful to sponge up excess) over the primer, before starting on the skin coats. This provides a nice shadow contrast which the green wash builds on, as well as making the skin look dirty. Comes out pretty awesome for such an easy method.
I modified Khalls technique by doing a zenithal highlight with the metallics, going from very dark, to medium, to a high steel on the upper ranges. Hoping this would help create depth and shadow on the model.
That's it for this week . I hope to get some more painting in on Sunday and next Wednesday, with hopefully the deff dread base to show you all as well. (it got delayed because the brass rod I got was WAY too big).