Video ‘How to: Paint Lord Felthius /Blightlord Terminators

After a long break away, I’m returning to the Death Guard in an attempt to clear the shelves of the great unpainted. This week I’m painting up Lord Felthius from start to sickly finish. Out of all the Blightlord Terminators and his Tainted Cohorts, I thought that Felthius had the most features shared by other miniatures, be it skin, bony protrusions, dripping goo, rust mail, you name it.


There’s a few other relevant videos and posts linked too, so check them out, as they cover other aspects of painting up the Death Guard in this way.

Weathering and Corrosion Video
Death Guard painting techniques 1 Post
Death Guard painting techniques 2 Post

A full list of paints used is listed below the video.

https://youtu.be/dthn5HRGG9w

Paints Used:
Vallejo Model Air Rust
Vallejo Model Air Chrome
Vallejo Model Colour White
Vallejo Russian Uniform WWII
Vallejo Model Colour Beige Brown
Vallejo Flat Earth
Vallejo Model Colour German Cam Bright Green
Vallejo Black
Citadel Xereus Purple
Citadel Genestealer Purple
Citadel Emperor’s Children
Citadel Averland Sunset
Citadel Flash Gitz Yellow
Citadel Ushabti Bone
Citadel Wazdakka Red
Citadel Rakarth Flesh
Citadel Skullcrusher Brass
Citadel Leadbelcher

Shades:
Citadel Agrax Earthshade
Citadel Carroburg Crimson
Citadel Druchii Violet
Citadel Nuln Oil
Citadel Seraphim Sepia
Citadel Biel-Tan Green

Technical Paints:
Citadel Nihilakh Oxide
Citadel Typhus Corrosion
Citadel Hexwraith Flame

Dry Paints:
Citadel Ryza Rust

Brushes:
Citadel Medium Layer Brush (old and battered)
Citadel Medium Layer Brush (new)
Citadel Small Layer Brush (new)
Army Painter Wargamer: Character Brush (new)


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