With Warlord’s Rapid Deployment Paint System, it has never been easier to get your miniatures tabletop ready. We show you how with US & British Infantry.
All the paints used were taken from the Rapid Deployment Fast Paint System Core and US Army Paint Sets.
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Stage 1: Priming
The miniature was primed with the Leather Brown Colour Primer Spray. This choice of colour serves as an ideal basecoat for some portions of the miniature and saves doing it by hand later.
Stage 2: Basecoating
The following basecoats were then carefully applied to each of the following areas:
- Skin: Caucasian Skin
- Trousers: British Battledress
- Shirt & Gaiters: US Gaiters Brown
- Helmet: Bazooka Green
- Gun Stock & Grip, Spade Handle, Helmet Straps & Boots: Wood Brown
- Gun Metal and Buckles: Dark Gunmetal
- Straps, Holster, Helmet & Pouches: US Army Webbing
Stage 3: Shading
Using the same technique as the British Tommy, Strong Tone Quickshade was applied to the model. Set the model to dry for at least 24 hours.
Stage 4: Finishing Touches
Having left the miniature to dry for over 24 hours, use Anti Shine Matt-Varnish as before and base to match the rest of your army. We’ve used sand and static grass, supplemented with tufts, for that little extra flair.
Get practising painting US Infantry!
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And There You Have It!
Utilising this system will allow you to prep whole units or even entire armies for the table in no time at all. The quickshade allows you to get remarkable results for the relatively small amount of time invested. Ideal for getting your models to the tabletop and scratching that gaming itch!
The Rapid Deployment System
As you’ve seen, the Rapid Deployment System enables you to get your troops to the battlefield extremely quickly, and with little effort.
Designed for use on plastic, vehicle resin, metal and the new Warlord Resin figures. Each paint is of high quality, full of colour and ready for use straight out of the bottle. The core paint set gives you a broad range of colours to kick-start your painting.