Sunday, December 26, 2010

The Celtic Cavalry challenge

After messing around with fiddely uniforms and referencing colours for days, It's nice to be able to sit back and make a load of stuff up. I'm going to try and paint and dip a whole load of Celts in my time off over christmas. Using the Army Painter method I'm sure it can be done. Those Romans had better watch their flanks that's all I can say.


MorgulPinselbeiza said...

I think you should post a tutorial for colouring this graphics :)

MFG MorgulPinsel

Paul´s Bods said...

I see you have put designs in woad on the horse....I once read that they did this but I can´t find any evidence of it true or??

Andrew said...

Excellent. I look forward to seeing your celts. P.S. I recently read that woad is antiseptic, so beyond just looking cool it has a practical sanitary use when you're wounded.

MorgulPinselbeiza said...

I have a question again. With what pen do you paint your cartoons?

Geordie an Exiled FoG said...

Have a great Xmas :)

MorgulPinselbeiza said...

@ Secundus
I had problems with exempt the drawing, because I cannot exempt the inside of the drawing. I need help! :)

MFG MorgulPinselbeiza

If you want to see my drawing go the my Blog and look at the site FoA. (

Secundus said...

Put the line drawing onto a layer then turn it to a multiply layer, this means you can see through it. then make another layer and put it underneth the one with the drawing on. It's on this secound layer that you colour, making sure you don't go outside the lines that are on the layer above. You can add a third layer onwhich you can put a background colour.