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Thought a project thread might help get the hobby juices flowing (Not that I have a great track record of actually finishing them), and what better project than my new centrepiece mini from GW (Something else I don't have a great track record of finishing...), the Lord of Gluttony!


Eventually it'll look like this:-




But it starts off like this:-




At the end of day one, I've built most of their platform thingy:-




Couple of minor gaps to fill, but it went together surprisingly well.

And got the first Big, Crawling Dude put together:-




Let's see how much further I get tomorrow!

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9 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Cool Unit!


It is!


Bit more progress:-




The platform thingy is as built as I can do so far, probably should have left the wheels off, but I'm somewhat confident I can get a brush up in there.




Also got the other Big Crawling Dude put together plus their yoke(?) thing.


Still got the boss and his crew to go.

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Been assembling over the weekend:-




A Paingiver and the Lord of Gluttony himself.




Lashmaster and Priestess (For some reason my Priestess doesn't have a full Peacock feather like back crest like the one on the box),




Little serving guy and (Upside down) canopy.

And with that everything is in sub-assemblies.


I also filled the little gaps on the platform, but ran out of time to start priming it.

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It begins...




The snek canopy holder got a basecoat of Blue Violet (It's becoming something of a "go to" colour) and a coat of Purple Wash, then one side of it got layers of Blue Violet and 2:1 Blue Violet/Ghost Grey and a thinned glaze of Purple Wash.

Tomorrows job is to do the other side.

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Finally, more progress:-




The other side got it's violet highlights, then it got Foul Green eyes, the spiky bit's are Brassy Brass with a Brown Wash and the belly is Iraqi Sand with a Sepia Wash.

Gotta highlight and varnish next, then the first bit is complete!

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And more progress:-




The snake belly got a highlight of Iraqi Sand and a glaze of thinned Sepia Wash, and the spiky bits got highlights of Brassy Brass and Polished Gold.

Since they're going to be drybrushed I started on the three statue bits (There's one on the back). Once again, this is a base of Blue Violet with a Purple Wash.


This thing is going to be seriously purple by the time I'm finished.

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On 5/17/2023 at 9:07 PM, Glitterwolf said:

Nice progress!


Thanks, I'm getting there very slowly.


Been doing a little bit every evening:-




The knobbly shelf bit got a very light touch of Polished Gold.

Then I did all the framework, this started as a base of Leather Brown, then Brassy Brass, a Brown Wash, more Brassy Brass and finally a 1:1 Brassy Brass/Polished Gold mix.

Also did the seat cushions with a base of Sick Green, followed by a Black Wash, highlights of Sick Green and 1:1 Sick Green/Off-white and a Green Wash.




Also did a test oval panel.

This is a base of Blue Violet, wiggles of Hexed Lichen and splooges of Blue and Purple Washes.

Not sure it passes for marble like I wanted, but hopefully it's at least visually interesting. 

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On 5/20/2023 at 9:34 PM, Glitterwolf said:

Works for me!




Finally made a little progress (I'm having to keep my wrist strapped up a lot in the evenings at the moment):-




Did the rest of the upper ovals and the base of the snake thing.




Did the platters (Stormy Blue > Chrome > Blue Wash), and the plate of Arm Sashimi (The arm and ears are Dwarf Flesh > Flesh Wash > Dwarf Flesh > 1:1 Dwarf Flesh/Light Flesh, the bone nubs and eyeballs are Bonewhite, a Bronze ring and the Blood is Scarlett Red > Bloody Red. It then all got a Red Wash).

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On 5/25/2023 at 8:38 PM, Glitterwolf said:

Looks great so far!




Break is over, back at it:-




Finished the shelf knickknacks.

The hookah is a body of 1:1 Stormy Blue/Chrome with Bronze decorations, a 1:1 Pure Black/Stone Grey pipe with Chrome spout.

The bowl, cup and jug are a body of Bronze with Hammered Copper trim, the snack bones are Iraqi Sand > Brown Wash > Iraqi Sand > 1:1 Iraqi Sand/Bonewhite, the cup contents are Squid Pink and the symbol on the jug is more 1:1 Stormy Blue/Chrome.


I then did the carpet in Hexed Lichen with 1:1 Hexed Lichen/Ghost Grey edges and some Black Wash in the recesses. The trim is Scurvy Green with 1:1 Scurvy Green/Ochre Yellow highlights and a Black Wash, plus Oily Steel carpet grips.


Next will be getting the floor painted.

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Lots of tiles!

There's little Electric Blue > Brown Wash ones.

Bigger Iraqi Sand > Brown Wash > Iraqi Sand > Sepia Wash ones.

Even bigger 1:1 Cold Grey/Ghost Grey > Brown Wash ones.

And Bronze > Brown Wash > Bronze grates.


Gotta have a think about what to paint next.

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