MCP – Ironman Painting Guide

Welcome to my latest painting guide!

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Prep: Fully build the model and undercoat black.

Iron Man

Stage 1

Incubi Darkness: Apply a basecoat to the armour.

XV-88: Apply a basecoat to the gold sections of armour.

Stage 2

Thunderhawk Blue: Apply a line highlight to the dark armour sections.

Agrax Earthshade: Apply a wash over the gold sections.

Stage 3

Russ Grey: Apply an edge highlight to the dark armour

Averland Sunset: Apply an edge highlight to the gold sectiosn.

Stage 4

Fenrisian Grey: Apply a spot highlight to the dark armour.

Averland Sunset: Apply a thinned layer to the gold armour, working from the top down.

Stage 5

Blue Horror: Apply a spot highlight to the dark armour, where two or more lines meet.

Phallanx Yellow: Apply a spot highlight to the gold armour.


Stage 1

Bloodletter: Apply a glaze over the light sources, and bleeding out around them.

Stage 2

Evil Sunz Scarlet: Apply a layer to the centre of each light source, and an edge highlight around them.

Stage 3

Wild Rider Red: Apply a layer to the centre of each light source.

Stage 4

Bloodletter: Apply a light glaze across the light sources.

Finish by painting the base with the Base Painting guide.

MCP – Villains of the Core Set

Following on from the Avengers are the sinister Cabal, the villains from the Crisis Protocol core set. Like the heroes before you can find my guide on how to paint these in Tabletop Gaming Magazine, buy your copy here.

Take a closer look at my first five villains below…

MCP – Heroes of the Core Set

My first foray into Marvel Crisis Protocol is painting the core set for Tabletop Gaming magazine. Split over 2 guides the first covers the heroes half of the set. You can buy the first guide here.

I really enjoyed painting these, as the larger scale(approx. 40mm) gives much more area than usual and this combined with some pretty impressive sculpts provides some awesome minis to paint.

I’ve also been really enjoying playing the game. It’s a great skirmish system with the added advantage that there are no real restrictions on who you use. Sure there are leadership abilities for building around a team, but you really can use whoever you want in your squad. I’ll be writing more in the future once I’ve had a chance to collect my thoughts a bit more.

Here’s my first five and the start of my Avengers…