Anyhow, Damon promised that he'd work on some drop-cloth terrain for a sandy arena. As a result I decided to complete basing all my figures on 3-inch felt moving pads upon 3-inch wood disks. I glued some wood bark on a few of the bases, primed them and covered them in various shades of yellow and tan.
Here's what I got for the figures:
|Yep. It's wood.|
|First coat of tan above black base coat.|
|I tried to leave bits of black showing.|
At the left figure you can see the wood bark.
|Bright yellow dry-brush upon the tan.|
|Dry-brush with light tan to tone down the bright yellow.|
|Same as before. I don't have a pic but the|
next step was dry-brush white in spots
and dry-brush tan in even fewer spots.
|Minotaur and gladiator.|
|Cyclops and Spartan.|
|Medieval figures. I think the one on|
the right with the battle-axe is also female. Hmm.
|Dual wielder and Egyptian.|
|Centaur and Cheetah.|
|Roman and African|
|Wildling and Northerner|
All that is left now is for me to get some simple arena terrain.