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3.  Then dry-brushed AP-WP1117 - Ash Grey 4.  Then dry-brushed with AP-WP1102 - Matt White Flora I then added some flora. Firstly some tufts of The Army Painter  - Battlefields  AP-BF4127 - Swamp Tuft, AP-BF4131 - Winter  Tuft and Meadow flowers , Then some GFS017 - Hobby  Round: Meadow Blend Flock, and he was ready for battle! 
as large rocks.  When positioning the models I made sure the  man did not obscure the shield design. I them filled in-between the models bases and stones with  household filler and then left that overnight to go hard. I then  glued on some sharp sand with PVA glue, (4Ground PVA). When the sand was dried hard I painted the whole base with 1.  AP-WP1123 - Leather Brown.  2. I then dry-brushed on AP-WP1121 - Desert Yellow quite heavily. 3.  then I dry-brushed on a layer of AP-WP1125 - Skeleton  Bone. 4.  and finally a light dry-brush of AP-WP1102 - Matt  White. The stones were painted as follows. 1.  AP-WP1101 - Matt Black plus AP-WP1118 - Uniform  Grey  2.  Then dry-brushed AP-WP1118 - Uniform Grey 
I then dry-brushed on AP-WP1121 - Desert Yellow quite heavily. then I dry-brushed on a layer of AP-WP1125 - Skeleton Bone and finally a light dry-brush of AP-WP1102 - Matt White. Firstly some tufts of The Army Painter - Battlefields  AP-BF4127 - Swamp Tuft, AP-BF4131 - Winter Tuft and Meadow flowers , Then some GFS017 - Hobby Round: Meadow Blend Flock, and he was ready for battle!