|End of Turn 5, Sergeant Nomo stands defiantly between the husks of two blown out rhino transports barring the only direct route to the objective behind him.|
Monday, 30 December 2013
Monday, 23 December 2013
I've had these collecting dust for a while and thought it was time to get them painted up. The resin was sanded on the bottom with a low grit sand paper to give the glue something to adhere to and then wood glue and clamps were the last step. I did a quick coat of brown, a drybrush and then airbrushed a brown on the wooden base I'd cut out and sanded. This blended the bottom of the bunker and gave it some shading. Some simple flock and it now matches my table.
Monday, 16 December 2013
Monday, 9 December 2013
Here's my fellblade with even more paint on it. I still have to do the lenses, the right side sponson, the tracks and some touch up work. But you can now see the extent that I went with the green. I didn't want to go overboard and this blends it in with the rest of the tanks in my army. Almost there!
Thursday, 5 December 2013
Now that she's built, I've put my first coats of paint to her. A coat of dhenab stone and highlights of wych flesh followed by a heavy wash of devlan mud. This was followed up by a drybrush of wych flesh and a lighter brush of skull white. Now that this is done, it's time for the fun parts! (and the more time consuming bits). I can hear the treads roaring already.
Monday, 2 December 2013
The time has come to start creating my Forge World fellblade. This was a nice present I bought for myself :). It has sat in a bag though for far too long! With an apocalypse game soon approaching and an empty space in my displace cabinet, I hurried to rip into the bag. As far as mould lines go they were very minimal. The barrels had some minor lines which buffed right out. I also trimmed and sanded the bottom of the turret since I didn't want it to scrape paint off the mounting plate. All and all, after some minor touch ups and a bath. It was ready to go!