I don't know because I removed it from the dross and put it in a scrapbook. Jervis Johnson was replaced with JB for standard bearer. Here is a snapshot of what your looking for.
It is actually disappointingly vague and basic. I pretty much summarised it last issue. Base coat everything. Sepia/mud mix, mud recesses then blend or drybrush up. Fine subtle white drybrush and never use a metal higher than chain mail. Be grimy, weather stuff and buy lots of games workshop stuff.
Ah, that's too bad. Thanks anyway, though!ReplyDelete
Perhaps this leaves an opening for a tutorial of your own, eh?
Ah... You're right... That's a little disappointing... But thank you for trying to find out and tell us.ReplyDelete
And vague as the technique was written... You really owned it!!!
That miniature is just pure awesome :)
I searched around for a bit and I managed to find out which issue it was and procure a copy on ebay. It is indeed from December 2009, issue 359 US/360 UK, has a picture of Empire Handgunners on the cover art.ReplyDelete
Oh, bravo! Somebody give this one a bag of candy!Delete
I have a ton of old issues from the late 80's (I grew up in N Ireland) and still refer to those gorgeous old articles by Blanch. Dave Andrews still inspires the hell out of me.ReplyDelete
Oh that Dave Andrew Eavy metal was brilliant! I am doing my two headed troll exactly like his!Delete