Step 1: Skin
Paint Angron’s skin with a vibrant red color, such as Khorne Red or Evil Sunz Scarlet, ensuring complete coverage.
Step 2: Highlights
Using a lighter shade of red, like Wild Rider Red or Wazdakka Red, carefully apply highlights to the raised areas of the skin to add depth and definition.
Step 3: Shadows
Intensify the depth of the skin by applying a thin wash of a darker red shade, such as Carroburg Crimson or Nuln Oil, into the recesses.
Step 4: Wings
Paint Angron’s wings with a solid black color, such as Abaddon Black or Corvus Black, ensuring even coverage.
Step 5: Armor Basecoat
Apply a basecoat of bronze or silver to Angron’s armor, depending on your desired finish. For a bronze look, use colors like Warplock Bronze or Brass Scorpion. For a silver look, try Leadbelcher or Ironbreaker.
Step 6: Armor Highlights
Using a lighter shade, like Runelord Brass for bronze or Stormhost Silver for silver, carefully highlight the raised areas of the armor to create depth and bring out the details.
Step 7: Armor Wash
Apply a wash of a dark shade, such as Agrax Earthshade or Nuln Oil, to the armor to enhance the metallic look and add shading.
Step 8: Details
Paint any additional details on the model, such as the trim, weapons, or accessories, using appropriate colors. For example, use Runelord Brass for bronze details or Runefang Steel for silver details.
Step 9: Finishing Touches
Add any additional touches, such as blood effects, battle damage, or personal emblems, to customize the model and make it your own.
Step 10: Varnish
Apply a coat of varnish, either matte or gloss, to protect the paint job and give a finished look to the model.
Shortlist of the 10 paints used:
- Khorne Red/Evil Sunz Scarlet
- Wild Rider Red/Wazdakka Red
- Carroburg Crimson
- Abaddon Black/Corvus Black
- Warplock Bronze/Brass Scorpion
- Runelord Brass/Stormhost Silver
- Agrax Earthshade/Nuln Oil
- Runefang Steel