Yet another Army Painting tutorial series begins! This time we have the Broolian Beastmen Close Combat Squad from Victoria Miniatures. Here's a link to the first episode, where the "color test" figure is painted: https://youtu.be/glLigbsoHRQ
The Color Test figure is always very important, because it is where you can figure out the color scheme of your army, and how long various effects might take on each one! Keeping track of how long it takes you to paint a certain effect on the mini will let you know if you want to spend that much time executing that effect on every figure in the army, or just save it for special characters.
This is something that I discuss over and over again in all my Army Painting series on the Patreon Page. I call it the "Currency of Time", and it is in limited supply for all of us. While there are nifty things that we would all like to do on our armies, sometimes choices have to be made.
Hopefully these tutorials help you on those decisions, but also give you a LOT of added tools and knowledge to make those less difficult. After all, if the figures take less time to paint, you have more time for special effects... or even another army! ;-)
The rest of the multi part series will be available to the patrons of the Patreon Page. Signing up for the $15 Army Paintinng pledge level will provide access to all the previous series (there are 7 already!) since those are designed to build on what has gone before. That means you will have at least 13-20 hours of video tutorials each month, filled with all kinds of techniques and mediums! Here's the link: www.patreon.com/JamesWappel