Welcome back to the Painting Desk.
However, that will be posts for another day. Today we will focus on the Dark Age Irish. These are from Wargame Atlantic's Dark Age Irish range. I used my traditional bases of metal 1 inch washers. They went together easy, even if I felt like some of the sprue connection points were in hard to reach places.
This army is the sample Line of Battle from my soon to be Wargame Vault released set of rules; Fury of the Northman. This army is 60 miniatures; 20 warriors, 20 skirmishers, and 20 slingers. The Dark Age Irish are a lighter, more mobile, and more ranged force than their Viking foes will be. I am interested in seeing how they fare against each other. However, before I can do that we will need to paint them up.
The first thing I tackled was the Irish Wolfhounds. They painted up really quick, so I also started working on the Skirmishers that went with them. This is a big change to how I approached the Vikings.
This time I was painting by unit type rather than bulk painting the entire force. I undercoat them all white using cheap acrylic paints, then I switched to my Armypainter paints and went to work. I used the following: