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Maledrakh posted a topic in Show OffThese three pieces have been sitting around in a box for ages, I rediscovered them the other day and decided to just have at them. They really did not take more than a few minutes plus drying time each. 77136 Well of Chaos 77139 Altar of Evil 77137 Sarcophagus The well was filled with a drop of blue and a drop of unshaken green (=blotchy and stripey as the pigments had seperated alittle) vallejo paint. Just one drop directly from the dropper bottles into the well each, a very gentle stir and leave to dry. A little touch up around the edges and hey presto! I am pretty chuffed with the result. The stone is done by black undercoat, dark green/grey over that, heavily drybrushed with sandy yellow and lighter drybrush with offwhite. Differently coloured glazes help differentiate it a bit where needed.
Jaws posted a topic in Works In ProgressSo, this is a rather big project for me. been in the planning stage for a long time now. Almost afraid to start.. I am not much fan of the egyptian parts of the warhammer undead armies, and decided I want to try having a more gothic undead army, which means creating my own stuff to proxy. I got a little carried away, and decided to make all of this into a little diorama. Ordered a ton of bits and pieces, and had to pay through the nose in government custom fees.. but what can you do? :D Anyway, here is a little test of how things will be: So far it consists of: 2xNightspectres, 77099 Ghostly summons, 77095 Dragoth the Defiler, 30010 Crypt of the Vampiress, 02990 Altar of Evil, 77139 Female: Victim, (P02580C) Shannon (body), (P02083A) Back of Throne (P02068B). .. and some jewlerybead skulls..
It's been awhile since I posted anything, as I've been taking a painting break. I'm getting back into the swing of things now, and figured a good way to warm up was to work on some relatively easy dungeon dressing pieces. First up was the Altar of Evil: Followed by the Well of Chaos: Lastly, a zombie. Ok, he's not dungeon dressing; who's counting? This guy was actually done as part of teaching some family how to paint. We each did a skeleton or zombie. A side motivation for working on the dungeon dressing was to pair it up with my recently received Dwarven Forge Game Tiles. These things are terrific, and look great painted up.