I know the image quality is bad and someday soon I hope to do a more professional photo shoot of my Infinity models, alas that day has not come.
I painted this model in two parts - the walker's legs and it's body separate. Started by priming it white, then I broke out the airbrush. I did a full coat of Bestial Brown (FYI, I used all old GW paints) let that dry and then I did a top-down coat of Bubonic Brown. This helped create some natural and smooth blending on the model.
The next step was to use Brown Ink to do all my old lining. I felt this was a little too warm, so I took out Bestial Brown, mixed it with a really old GW paint - Moody Blue and blended that into the recesses and shaded areas. Then I blended in Bleached Bone for the highlights.
Once that was done I went to work on painting the mechanical parts in Shadow Grey. It's not perfect NMM, but as I planned to use a dull coat at the end, I decided not to use true metal. The grey areas look good, and I am not concerned with it looking like metal. Shiny grey is fine.
Once I had then painted the details and added some Red Gore accents, I decided it was just too smooth. I took out my Bleached Bone and used some foam to apply some texture to the model. Then I took out Chardonite Granite to do some paint chipping effects. I then used an old GW Flesh Wash to paint on some rust stains. Was lots of fun and I enjoyed trying out the foam texture effect.
This model is the first model of my Japanese Sectorial Army (JSA) for Infinity. I am going to keep a unified color scheme for them, as opposed to my Yu Jing. I want the JSA to look as cohesive as possible, given that they are a regional force. More updates to come.