|Step 1 : cloth garments|
The first step is to paint all the cloth and garment areas, with mostly creams and off-whites for the quilted jackets. Grey and dull red/burgundy are key colours, but I also included some brighter red for the better off troops, and some browns and earths for the peasantry. There's a basic, though not rigid, theme of brighter colours twinned with better armour.
|Step 2 : leathers and flesh|
|Step 3 : weapons and armour|
|Step 4 : glazing and shading|
|Step 5 : shading and highlighting metals|
|Step 6 : shades and highlights, more shades|