Added the stripes and some highlights before applying the oil wash.
And finally, my first oil wash.
The jury is still out. I'm not sure if it's a big enough difference from acrylic washes to go through the trouble. I wish I had thought to wash some of the models with acrylic washes so that I could compare them side-by-side.
I'm also unsure of what I thinned it with. I had collected a thinner in a spare jar, and I'm not sure if it's enamel thinner or mineral spirits (or both!). I was surprised to see the pigments separate a little bit. It was easy enough to mix them back in solution, but I didn't expect to see a separation.
The wash seems to be drying very quickly. I won't have a chance to do any more for another night or two, so I'll have no problem continuing with the next step, but I'm going to test it a little bit to see how quickly it dries.
In other ADD painting news, I threw down some base colors on these goblins that have been in my back-log for at least a year.