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On 9/26/2018 at 1:35 AM, WhiteWulfe said:

Wait... They're rebooting Gorkamorka too?  That's... Kinda cool, given the concept... 


It looks like - they've been doing that with *everything* it seems like, Adeptus Titanticus, Kill team, rogue trader... I'm personally waiting for Mordheim, because I hope they keep up their current approach of adding terrain for stuff (plus, MORDHEIM!!!! <3)

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15 hours ago, Guildenstern said:


It looks like - they've been doing that with *everything* it seems like, Adeptus Titanticus, Kill team, rogue trader... I'm personally waiting for Mordheim, because I hope they keep up their current approach of adding terrain for stuff (plus, MORDHEIM!!!! <3)

Yeah, rebooting Mordheim would be nice...  Provided they don't try and do the rules across several books ^_^  Warmaster and Epic 40k would be a nice touch too, but we'll see on that front, since they didn't seem to get anywhere near the following the 28mm heroic scale stuff had.  It would definitely be interesting to see how they'd tackle Mordheim terrain though!

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Some Work In Progress on my Ghaz:




I think he's almost ready for primer!!


And I started gap filling on this lovely Dragon - I can't remember which one it is :( only trouble with the KS stuff hehe I'm *pretty* sure it's "young red dragon" but I may be misremembering



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On 10/2/2018 at 2:14 PM, Xiwo Xerase said:


Yes!! Tis - I finally sat down and went through the pics and found him. Tyvm :D He's a lovely one too. Although I'm not doing him as a copper one but a red one (probably why it was stuck in my head as a red dragon)


Did some more work on him. I'm trying something a bit new (for me), actually trying to keep highlights in their proper place. It's tough as I tend to get confused as  I go, where what goes. So I started off with a kind of hatch marking to both mark shadows, and to give the scales some texture (like I'd done a bit on my Talos earlier).










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Dragon pics overload:













Been working really hard at this guy, it's a lot more involved than I usually do (kinda used to more TT, army level tbh). And I think I may have finally discovered how to properly do highlights! I never could seem to do it the 'traditional' way exactly, I always lost track of where the highlight was, where it was going, what was I painting again?! So I went back to my hatch marks - ie lines. For some reason, it's a lot more understandable to me, how to build up colour that way, as well as being able to control it better. To explain, for those who maybe don't get where I"m going with this: instead of covering the  whole area with one colour, and then slowly adding more colour to the highlight area, I essentially draw lines. I started with the dark green, to show shadows, leaving it off where it will be a highlight. Then I moved to my dark red and covered the area. The thing I like about this is while it's quite time consuming, it's also very controllable. It's a lot harder to mess up, and a lot easier to correct since the colour's built up quite slowly. And for whatever reason, it's much more immediately obvious to me, what needs to go where. So yeah I'm liking it a lot. Definitely not something I'll probably do for my TT armies because of the time involved, but I'm quite happy so far with how it's coming out on the dragon.

Have a few more recent pics:


I'm currently working on his wings, trying to fill out the rest of his body and really start more highlights on the brightest areas.






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Few more pics stuff I'm working on, not entirely happy with the Dragon (mostly the wings atm) but he is done for the Wyrd Iron Painter contest (tho I'm in Elim).





More Ghaz - he's glossy cuz his topcoat, before I do the weathering, and I'm working on his base atm. 






And the Deredeo I'm doing for "Dreadtober" (and cuz I just need to get him painted!) He's going to be in a Luna Wolves scheme as well




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