drooling over Gal Gadot watching Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 1984 about three times each, it wasn't until I was halfway through painting the Amazon Bounty Hunter that I realised who she's based on.
I kicked off by painting all her armour, headband and the rope Filthy Brown and then did her skirt the same way as the Priestesses' robes. The brown was given a once-over with Brass and then washed with Seraphim Sepia to tone down the brightness a bit, and then highlighted with Polished Gold.
Her sheath is Mahogany Brown and Cavalry Brown and the sword hilt Iron Warriors (as you can probably tell, this colour has shot to the top of my "fave metallics" list). Her hair is Black with Deep Sea Blue highlights.
She's supposed to have a large shield on her back but it vanished, and thanks to that I had to paint underwear on her otherwise she'd have been rated XXX. I'll have another look for her shield this week as it's pretty cool. Shockingly her eyes went right first time, which is absolutely the opposite to how the 18 other eyes went.
The musician was the first of the "basic" troops I painted, and I went with Black for her armour as it seemed the easiest way to go. I highlighted it with Black Grey and Neutral Grey, and I think it needs a wash with thinned Nuln Oil to tone the greys down a tad.
Her hair is Chocolate Brown highlighted with Flat Earth, and her
small harp lyre is Burnt Umber, Mahogany Brown, Shining Silver and Polished Gold.
The helmet plume is painted to match her skirt, and her sword is Iron Warriors and Nuln Oil.
The other six Amazons should be up soonish, but in the meantime I have to get a move on with my Forgotten Heroes entry. It's coming along... slowly.