Good morning!

Today's Daz's Daily will be following on from the NMM (Silver) tutorial as we switch to speed painting gold.

For this, I used Artist Opus brushes and the following P3 paints: Bloodtracker Brown, Heartfire, Morrow White, Yellow Ink and Brown Ink.

What's next peoples?

Details in the pics as usual - have fun!

Basecoat is made of a 50/50 mix of Bloodtracker Brown and Heartfire.

Basecoat is made of a 50/50 mix of Bloodtracker Brown and Heartfire.

More Heartfire is added for the first highlight.

More Heartfire is added for the first highlight.

A wash of Brown Ink is applied across the whole shoulder pad to add separation and contrast - the key to fast NMM.

A wash of Brown Ink is applied across the whole shoulder pad to add separation and contrast - the key to fast NMM.

The next highlight is pure Heartfire.

The next highlight is pure Heartfire.

White is added to the Heartfire to create a 50/50 mix for the next highlight.

White is added to the Heartfire to create a 50/50 mix for the next highlight.

The whole shoulder pad received a glaze (90% water) of 50/50 Brown and Yellow Ink.

The whole shoulder pad received a glaze (90% water) of 50/50 Brown and Yellow Ink.

Final highlight of pure Morrow White is added to the highest points facing our light source and your done!

Final highlight of pure Morrow White is added to the highest points facing our light source and your done!

Here's my palette with the mixes I used for this mini.

Here's my palette with the mixes I used for this mini.


What has Daz been painting today?

Well, that would be the Cor Caroli Nyx!

You can order your own Cor Caroli Nyx directly from us here or from your FLGS.

Want to paint your own?

Check out the following Daz’s Dailies:

#12 - Bone/Porcelain Armour

#14 - Copper NMM

#16 - NMM (Silver)

#17 - NMM (Gold)