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On 3/15/2021 at 9:44 PM, Chaoswolf said:

Looking good!




21 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:







Metally bit done.

The axe head and pointy shield thingy started with a base of Gunmetal Blue, the chainmail and spiky shoulder bits got a base of Gunmetal Grey.

They all then got a coat of Oily Steel, Black Wash, Oily Steel, Chrome and a final Black Wash.


Skulls next. 

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Hello there! Now it's no secret that I'm a fan of Games Workshop minis, there's two problems with this though, I can't paint armies (I've tried, I lose interest after the first few minis) so I mi

Did the little tree trunk (Red Leather/Parasite Brown), the leaves (Sick Green), the wheaty bits (Ochre Yellow) and grass (Medium Olive), drybrushed it all Ochre Yellow (added some Off-white to the mi

Thanks! Yeah, it's just white primer with brown wash, it helps me pick out the details (plus it makes them look nice on the shelf, while they wait to be painted).     Had a good pa

Finally back at this!




Painted his skull collection (Bonewhite/Iraqi Sand > Brown Wash > Bonewhite/Iraqi Sand > Bonewhite/Off-white > Sepia Wash)

Also did the skulls on the base, they're supposed to be floating in lava but that just makes no sense to me.

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On 3/29/2021 at 9:07 PM, Glitterwolf said:







Painted his boots, axe handle and arm wraps (Leather Brown/Scarlett Red > Leather Brown/Scarlett Red/Ochre Yellow > Brown Wash).

Also did the soles of his boots and his belt (Same as above but no Scarlett Red).

And some Brassy Brass bits.


Just need to finish his base and another one is done!

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On 3/31/2021 at 5:16 AM, AussieAusborn said:

Great job painting these figs! A lot of fun variety and models in here, too. I especially like the skaven assassin, and the wight champion.




Finally managed to finish Laserian:-




A mercenary by trade, years of beserker rituals and potions have left Laserian's mind trapped in a permanent state of rage.


Not sure who is next in the queue, been struggling to get in a painting mood lately.

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Thanks guys!


Still not painting as much as I'd like, but at least I've made a start on the next one, Fahime:-




Fortunately, her face does not look anywhere near as bad as I thought it would (Just could not keep my hand steady painting her lips).

Her skin is a base of Rosy Flesh, with a Flesh Wash, highlights of Rosy Flesh and Rosy Flesh/Light Flesh (added some Scarlett Red to this for the lips) and then some thinned Rosy Flesh glaze.

Hair is next.

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Started with many layers of Fire Orange/Ochre Yellow, then a Sepia Wash, then more Fire Orange/Ochre Yellow, added a bit more Ochre Yellow and then added a drop of Off-white.

Painting her crown next.

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Lots of metallics today.

Painted her crown, shoulder and shin pads in Orchid Purple, with a Black Wash and highlights of Orchid Purple and Orchid Purple/Chrome.

The blades of her daggers and a weird spiky bit on one of her boots were painted the same but with Oily Steel.

Finally, the trim on her shoulder/shin pads, dagger handles and armoured parts of her bra and thong were done in Brassy Brass, with a Brown Wash  and highlights of Brassy Brass and Brassy Brass/Polished Gold.


Continuing to have trouble "staying in the lines" painting this one, but she's getting there slowly if messily.

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On 4/11/2021 at 3:36 PM, Chaoswolf said:

She's coming along very nicely. :winkthumbs:






Painted her loincloth and thong (Hexed Lichen > Black Wash > Hexed Lichen > Hexed Lichen/Ghost Grey > Hexed Lichen glaze), made a bit of mess of her skin again, so had to re-paint some of it again.

Looking forward to getting this one off the table and no longer having to fight with her.

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