Lumineth Realm-lords

Games Workshop Warhammer Age of Sigmar Lumineth Realm-lords painted on commission at a Tier 2 level.

Painted in the Iliatha Vanari color scheme.

Models shown:

The Light of Eltharion

Vanari Auralan Wardens

Vanari Dawnriders

A great set of models and a blast to paint.

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10 thoughts on “Lumineth Realm-lords”

      1. Hello, I used Skrag Brown for the base, shade wash with Agrax Earthshade, first highlight was with Skrag Brown and final highlight wias Deathclasw Brown. Jokaero Orange would make a nice edge highlight for upper most raised areas. Thanks for the question. Good luck and Happy Painting!

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      2. Baharroth Blue is for the base coat, but which color did you use for highlining that blue? Baharroth + white? I think i don’t find any blue brighter than Baharroth blue (maybe horror blue or sky blue from vallejo)


  1. Hi, that’s such an awesome scheme man! ❤

    Would you share your colours of the purple and your gold trim? Insane job my dude!


    1. Hello, thank you for kind words. Those models were a blast to paint! I used Monument ProAcryl paints on them.

      The gold was Rich Gold and the purple was Mahogany. I then used a thin shade wash of Agrax Earthshade and Lahmian Medium (50/50 mix). I have a pre-mix of this on my desk and it makes it easier then having to mix each time. I find the thin mix works much better then a 100% Agrax Earthshade as it doesn’t darken the area to much and I can add another layer to make it darker in the deeper shadows.
      After the wash is dried, I reapplied the basecoat as my first highlight. Then layered Bright Gold on the gold areas and Burnt Sienna on the cloth.


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