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I've had a few paint sessions, mostly short ones, but I've done a bit more work on the wingadings.


Laid in the shadows on the membranes of the Angelius and Hellion, and started pulling up the highlights. The Harriers (the two little guys) are just about done; really I just need to finish out their bases.



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Nice. Mine's a lower hue-contrast color scheme, but I make up for it in the color value contrast. Pale blue-purple skin tones with purple-black chitin. I'm sure there's some in my (former) consolidated Show Off thread, if you'd like to check them out.


I really dig the high hue-contrast color scheme you're using. It keeps them visually interesting.

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I'm sure there's some in my (former) consolidated Show Off thread, if you'd like to check them out.


Heh. I took the easier route and just clicked your warmahordes link in your sig. I've looked through the album before, a few times. I really like the look of your Ret stuff; the Colossal (Hyperion?) looks really nice. Very stealth. Your Legion stuff looks good, too; I would expect the value-contrast pops on the table pretty well.


I'm glad you like the colors I'm using; it's a bit louder than most of the Legion I've seen, but I think it works pretty well.

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OK... a few things tonight.


The Beast Mistress and Harriers will likely be in Show Off by the end of the week...just a bit of snow flock needs to go on their bases. Very pleased by this; I played a game with the harriers this week and looove them a bunch. Very glad to have sealer on them.


The Forsaken is coming along...





The Angelius is very close. I need to pull up the highlights on the wing membranes and there's a patch of bare primer under the tail barb, then he's done.



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Glad you like the Angelius. I couldn't leave him quite so land-bound!


I know about eAbsy...I actually took a look at her at my flgs over the weekend. BUT, I've promised not to buy her until I have all my other warlocks painted. Which is.fine, because pAbsy is almost done and pVayl isn't too far from "almost done." And it will let Excigence release, so we'll see eAbsy's theme list so I'll know what else to buy along with her. Probably two or three beast packs, is my guess.

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A bit of work on the Sorceress on Hellion. I did a little bit of metallics work on a few pieces, so I put down the basecoat and bronzes on her.


The basecoat is a 50/50 mix of Marine Teal and Marigold Yellow. I discovered this mix by accident, but I really love the green it makes, and it works very well under the Blighted Gold.




I also did some work on Absylonia and Annyssa Ryvaal, but it's pretty much the same, so no photos there.

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More work on the Sorceress. Basecoats on the figure.


The black leathers are 50/50 Walnut Brown (RMS) and Coal Black (P3). The cape and skin are basecoated in Violet Red (RMS). The cape will remain this color, highlighted up into orange; the skin will come up into blue. It's weird, but it works. The whites are Underbelly Blue (P3) and Ghost White (RMS), or some combination thereof.



Also some final detail work on Absylonia. Other than the flock that needs to happen on her base, what do y'all think? Anything glaring that needs to happen?




Thanks for looking!

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Some work on pVayl today. White-on-white freehand looks pretty awesome in the hand, but it's hard to photograph.




The photo on the right is more true to the colors. The weird little "=" ridges in the middle of the dragon design are on the pewter, and I didn't notice them until I'd already painted more than I wanted to repaint. Ah, Well.


The freehand is on the front, too:




I also got several more points worth of Legion, so my painted/owned ratio has gone down. Now in the queue is another Carnivean/Ravagore/Scythean kit and the Neraph/Seraph kit, as well as two more Forsaken.


And eventually I'll start another WiP thread for what is now officially my second faction...I now have a battlebox of Retribution of Scyrah...angry anime elves, here I come!

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