Posted by: Turkadactyl | February 6, 2016

Cities of Death- Sanctum Imperialis WIP

I needed a break from grey power armour.  I have a bunch of Cities of Death buildings assembled so it’s about time I start to paint some up.  Miniwargaming was selling their Army Painter product for really cheap so I stocked up on primer and used it on the scenery.  This was just the break I needed.


Here we see the building primed with Angel Green Army Painter primer.



I used a Fantasy movement tray for the inside of the building.  I drybrushed the building and then painted some of the decorations to provide some contrast on the building.  I am still learning to use the GW drybrush line.  There has to be a minimal amount of paint on the brush otherwise the terrain gets overwhelmed.





I applied Nuln Oil on the pavement and platform. I didn’t like how the soil area turned out so I will change my approach next terrain kit.

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