Finally got my wolves all done. Did my research on wolves, found out that usually in the forest wolves, they have a brown sort of top coat and usually white bleach color on the underside. To make the wolf feels more errie, I gave them red eyes with black eyeball.
Here’s how I how got my Dire Wolf painted…
1. Base coat the wolf black. When dried, coat the wolf with Fortress Grey. When dried, wash the whole wolf with Badab Black heavily.
2. Dry brush the legs and underside of the body with Bleached Bone.
3. Dry brush highlight the high areas with Skull White.
4. Dry brush the top side of the wolf with Graveyard Earth
5. Mix Graveyard Earth with Skull White 1:1, dry brush the top side high area of the wolf.
6. Dry brush the high areas of the top side with Skull White.
7. Wash the grooves and deep areas of the body with Devlan Mud
8. Finish off eyes with Red Gore, blend slightly with Red Gore & Skull white, and Chaos Black for the eye ball. Next, skull white for the teeth and mix of Red Gore and Skull white for the gums.
9. Wash a thin layer of gloss over the eye, teeths, nose and mouth area to give a wet look effect.
10. Spread the base with white glue.
11. Base the base with sand.
12. When sand is dried, coat the sand with Scorched Brown
13. Dry brush the sand, with first, Snakebite Leather, followed by Skull White. Coat the edge of the base with Foundation Khemri Brown, and its DONE!! Howl!!!!