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Since i didn't have my paints with me while on break, i was hungry to get back to it. I guess i wasn't as full of turkey and stuffing as i thought.
As I'm posting this, i saw on his left leg that he's got an unpainted seal. Dang it!
I made the bands on the blade smaller.
Added more metal details.
Added more accent color.
Tested two new paint color (silver grey, red. And German Grey). Each did great.
His backpack gave me some trouble. I was gluing it on, but the post didn't push in and then it broke off. Ended up doing some surgery back the but it's on.
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.
By Lidless Eye
Spooky season is almost a wrap, so what better project than this year's Ghoulie Bag promo?
One of them arrived missing an arm, but Reaper's awesome customer service replaced him. He got a WH Beastman shield to fix it (and a Chaos Warrior mace) The other conversion has a Beastman axe and slightly reposed arms.
By Lidless Eye
It's that time of year for Orcs...but I already did that. So it's time to get spooky instead!
Here's my latest from Bones V (and recent promos) on that front.
The Overgourd, since they demand an October paint job:
vampiresses of Ravenhome:
Captain Barty Redd:
And his Zombie Crew: