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  1. Normally I only post completely finished pieces in here with bases and all. However, this time I finished a paint job that I'm too proud of not to share. I've still got quite a bit of work to do with the basing to really help this baby stand out, but I'm really happy with how it turned out. I've been attempting to paint a small army of these grey knights. I haven't done an army before so this is new territory for me. I tried two colors first and then by the third model I figured out the scheme to go with. This is the 4th model of this set and he's somewhat of a special one, so I put a bit more time than the others. This is also the most technical piece I've done so far: drybrush, recess shade, black-lining, directional lighting, sub-assembly, nmm (sword), gradient blending, non-white white, florescent paint, inks, I mean, it's using nearly all the things I know how to do applied. That said, here's my Grey Knight.
  2. This may be my best one yet. Leaving heavily into edge highlight and layering. I'm very happy with the results. As always, open to any feedback or advice.
  3. Got another one in this week. I'm on a roll! Still doing my work on these marines looking for a color combo I really like. I completed Red, Blue, Green, and Black. I've got 2 more color schemes to test, which are Grey and White. We'll see in the coming days how much energy I've got for them. This one came out pretty good. I still need to base and touch up his sword with more color, but he's pretty much done outside of that. Enough for me to post in WIP. The process was pretty good and I'm learning that these sub-assemblies help a TON in getting to those insanely hard to reach spots. I took pictures of what the sub assembly looks like just to what my method was and hopefully helps others struggling.
  4. Finished the Paint job on another marine. I'll need to come up with a cool base. I planned out this time black, red, yellow, blue colors. Here's the first one of this set up. Here's the purebred. Give me feedback. If you'd like this black background let me know.
  5. So, i don't know if this is okay or not, but i wanted to share them. I had never painted any warhammer stuff. Both because of the cost and the fear of getting caught up in that universe. Well... it started. I bought my first set of intercessors back in January, but never touched them because i just didn't feel able to take them on. There's some amazing painters who do these and i always felt inadequate. Gotta start somewhere though. I started watching a ton of videos on them and put some ideas together. Here's my first ever 5 painted. I tried to test two paint schemes green and blue. I think they both came out great. having never got into these before, i now see the reason people like these so much. Very fun but very time consuming. Would love your feedback.
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