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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Third Painted Wolf Scout

Continuing on with Wolf Scout-palooza, I finished the third Scout last week.   The big improvement over previous work was getting a better snow flock.  Army Painter makes a lot of great products, but their snow is too big and granular, and really sticks out badly on basing.  I suggest either GW or Gale Force 9 snow for basing. 

I'm going to be playing a practice game of Warhammer Fantasy this evening for Brawler Bash, which is up to thirty-one registered people.  I'm looking forward to it!


  1. Some of the best snow effects that I've seen were actually just from Baking Soda. Scout looks great man :D

  2. Baking soda, glitter glaze white glue and a tiny little dot of light blue mixed together to get a toothpaste like texture. put a blob on the base sprinkle baking soda on top (press down and the the side to make it look like a drift if you want). Leave to dry over night and gently brush off with a soft bristle brush. It's a bit of work but the sparkle glaze gives it an ice like look in the right light or angle.


    1. I've worked snow from baking soda and glue before, but haven't used glitter glaze. I'll give it a try!