Brush painted with acrylics and finished off with some oils.

I decided to go with Templar colours as that is the most distinctive. For the white I used four colours and copious amounts of blending and dashes to create a coarse texture (not really visible with the lighting of these pictures I am sorry to say).

For the glove, I added very fine sand to the paint to give it the rough and again coarse texture which would have been more in keeping with the era, I believe.

For the helmet I used Lifecolor NMM steel and Citadel acrylics.

The chain mail was burnished up with VMS black pigment. I am not totally happy with the result but the best I can achieve.

Thank you for taking the time to look.
  • Filgja

    nice idea for the gloves.

    • Tommy Gunn

      Thank you Filgja.

  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"

    good job!

    • Tommy Gunn

      Thank you Nakatan.

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    I really like how you added the right texture to the right material. The white fabrics, the leather. the skin. My favourite part is the helmet and I like the reflections there, think they could be more defined on metallic edges as light travels a bit more there. My favourite part is the blue touch on top of the helmet reflecting the sky! Lovely! Keep on happy painting!

    • Tommy Gunn

      Thank you for taking the time to comment, Roman.
      Much appreciated indeed.

  • Patrice-VincentPLUS

    En effet, le sable fin pour texturer le gant apporte une belle touche de réalisme. Or