I have another tutorial up on the YouTube channel... this time covering a subject I have been asked to talk about dozens of times. That is, painting white. So, I thought that Ghost from the Song of Ice and Fire miniatures game would be a perfect example! Here's a link to the video: https://youtu.be/dB4qtag5r9g
There were not a lot of colors used, but mixing those few together created an endless array of options to create subtle transitions...
I even finish things off with another round of Crushed Glass basing from Secret WeaponMiniatures
Here's the final result!
I have 3 other Song of Ice and Fire wolves prepped and ready for more videos. Those will be available to the patrons on my Patreon Page.
People have a lot of trouble getting interesting tones in white... it tends to be very bland. With wolves in particular, "white" fur often has a lot of yellow in it. Also, the blue sky reflecting off the snow can make the fur seem blue, or even purple!
If you join the Patreon Page, you will be able to check out (especially at the Army Painter level), there are close to 100 different videos to see... covering terrain, Oils, Acrylics, NMM, OSL, TMM, you name it! Here's a link to the page: