Friday, 7 October 2016

28mm MultiCam

Well here’s how I paint MultiCam in 28mm. At each stage I’ve included front and back views of the figure.

These are the paints I have used...
VMC Medium Grey 987
VMC Buff 976
VMC English Uniform 921
VMC Golden Olive 857
VMC USA Uniform 922
VMC SS Cam Blk Brown 822
VMC Ivory 918
and finally Daler Rowney Acrylic Artists Ink Sepia 251.

It’s an 8 stage process so here goes!

Stage 1 is to paint the whole uniform, body armour and webbing/load carrying equipment in VMC Medium Grey 987. Leave a small amount of black showing at the clothing joins.


Stage 2 is to highlight this colour with VMC Buff 976 as below.


Stage 3 is to lay on the first camo colour, VMC English Uniform 921 in a horizontal pattern, as below


Stage 4 we add VMC Golden Olive 857, again in a horizontal pattern as below


Stage 5 we add smaller areas of VMC USA Uniform 922, as below


Stage 6 we add flecks/swirls of VMC SS Cam Blk Brown 822, as below


Stage 7 is to add flecks/swirls of VMC Ivory 918, as below


Stage 8 is the last stage in my MultiCam method, we use Daler Rowney Acrylic Artists Ink Sepia 251 and a fine brush to line out and edge all joins and uniform seams, as below


It is a bit time comsuming but I’m quite pleased with the result.
Dougie

7 comments:

  1. Great step by step...thanks! The results are outstanding.

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  2. Fantastic guidelines there. Thanks for that.

    ...and a great result on that miniature,

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  3. Great job mate, always interesting to see how people do the multicam. I think I have just as many steps as you :-)

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