In a desperate attempt to expand my eldar army I painted couple of table top wave serpents to house my Dire avengers and howling banshees. Here are some pictures from a recent megabattle of the forces of Order against, you might've guess - the forces of Chaos where my Eldars attempted to hold a ruined city.
Facing the Great Unclean One. Looked scary but this poor dear got killed about 3 minutes later. The lower wave serpent is old, the upper one is new.
This is Forge World Games Day 2011 model painted with metallic paints. I am reasonably proficient (I so I thought) in painting rusty bashed up metal but I never tried to paint new and unspoiled one. So after getting a suitable model and reading Automaton's tutorial on painting metal I produced this one
It is painted with GW Mithril silver and boldtgun metal paints and shaded with thin glazes of Coal black (P3), Black Red (Vallejo model), Black green (Vallejo
My attempts to make good pictures of this mini never really worked, you can the result in my gallery. So, here is pictures taken by GW, which a much better than mine. Now, I spent some time during the last GD in Chicago actually looking how they do it and I think that maybe I position my light sources incorrectly. Nevertheless here is GW version.
Another year have passed and Scott completed another immence secret project - Da Suppa Mega Bomma. Here is the full view sans the forwardward gun and a close up on a cockpit. People visitin Games Day will be able to see this monster in all its glory at the 40K conversion competition. Unfortunately, it cannot fly
First dry fit. Lots of things need to be adjusted still.
I am not sure whether these exercises of mine warrant writing and article but may be some ideas here will be helpful to people designing their own patterns. Anyway, questions? Comments?
Long Island Historical Miniature Collectors Society-model sodlier show 2010 - Novemer 20th, 2010
Since it is about 30 minutes drive from my house it will be criminal not to attend. Need to figure out what to bring this year
From a judge perspective....
I participated in multiple painting competitions both on local “state” and national levels but always on a competing side of things. This year was the first time I was actually judging a competition like this. First thing first. Demon in the city is a local New York City competition held by NYC GW store. While we try to advertise the event as wide as we can and encourage outside participation most (probably all) painters represented are from NYC. The
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