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I have taken a small hiatus on the Planetary Governor. The green stuff thing is really hard and I am bored of fiddling with 15 different bit of leg trying to get the pose right. So I thought I would post this model. This is my colour scheme test for my Imperial Guard. I am trying a few things out, including the foundation paints...
I thought I would drpo a few pics in so that you can see how I progress through putting a model together. As this is a rank and file trooper from an army of 150 please don't comment on this guy as though I was aiming for a GD win.
However if you do have ay questions about my work I am happy to anser them.
Ok first of all some of the first stage pics.
I have then base coated the trooper and applied a shading wash to his fatigues and flesh. I haven't done anything other than basecoat the armour so far...
I will be adding more posts to this and my other projects listed in this and the modelling forum as and when I get around to doing more work on them...
The scene itself looks very cool I think. A wounded guardsman hiding in cover while trying to shoot enemies. Might do something similar in the future sometime... (that is whenever I get to doing a cadian army). Love to see the thing painted up entirely, the guardsmen itself is looking very nice
Looks pretty good at the moment, but once you finish the base and put a few highlights on the mortar, it'll look spectacular.
As you can see I haven't even undercoated the base yet. The wounded guardsman is serving a double role as part of this team and as the test model for my colour scheme. I am going to be using a basic camo pattern, based off of one of the ones that appears on the GW site. Camo is not so tough to do.
I will be doing a bit more work on this very soon and when I have I will get some more pics up so that you can follow along.
So just in case it isn't clear from the WIP bit at the top; I have barely started work on this model.