Here's part two of my experiment painting up a vehicle in the Forgeworld Modeling book style.
The camo was achieved in the following way:
1. basecoat of desert yellow
2. masking tape all over, cut in at lots of places to get angles
3. darker brown spray coat
4. dark brown light misting over that darker part
After that I basecoated some things like the flamer and pipes and the barrell. Then I sponged boltgun metal on all the edges, using an old scrubber sponge, mostly where the wear would be. After that a added a gloss coat in preparation for oil paint washes. The gloss coat makes the model look terrible, I am totally not used to that look.
When I was done, I felt it I went way over the top..but I guess I have to keep going at this point....help..gotta have faith in the emperor