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it took almost a year, but the first 1500 points of my Saim-Hann army are finally complete.
Actually, they are not exactly Saim-Hann, since they are Corsairs which abandoned the Saim-Hann Craftworld and took a new symbol, this one:
Here is a pic of the complete army, parked in a drawer...
And here are more pics (click on the thumbnails to enlarge)...
Caledor the Autarch on his Jetbike...
The Shining Spears...
A couple of Jetbikes...
The Warlocks on Jetbike...
And the Falcon...
As a sidenote, all the models are magnetized using rare earth magnets on the flyer bases (so it will be easier to transport the army) and on the weapons (to make weapon swapping easier)...
Hope you will like my army, comments, feedback and constructive criticism are strongly appreciated!
Very nice collection, Mayor Quimby. Good color scheme with crisp color lines.
One questions: What was your method for making the icons?
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Beautiful, I always liked the look and theme of Saim-Hann and the change in symbol I believe makes them look even better.
Total 40k: >5000pts
total WFB: ~2000pts
I also enjoy good music, fine food, late night strolls on the beach and dancing in moonkin form :)
very nice army, nicely executed, painting is very neat. I would like to see more blending for highlighting personnaly, but dont let that detract from a nice job well done, the facon looks to have been a little "forgeworlded"?
Everything you have been told is a lie!
You could have done to use anextra layer or two, some of your painting is rather harsh. On the other hand they still look gorgeous so it doesn't detract too much.
Up, up and away!
Thank you everybody for your comments, keep them coming!
About the harsh highlights, you are right.
I wanted to paint my army quickly (at least for my standards), at a tabletop standard... so I did not use much blending, multiple layers, and other time-consuming techniques, just a couple layers.
This is an army for gaming and the harsh highlighting is good enough when seen from the other side of the board... if you want to see my "showcase" minis (Trollblood Beer Raiders) click here.
@ rabbit - I will post a tutorial with pics next time I paint a lion icon, but here is a short guide:
- I drew the lion icon on a piece of paper, on a larger scale.
- scanned it and printed many icons (in different scales) on a sheet of paper.
- cut a icon from the paper and used it to draw the outline on the jetbike canopy using a soft pencil.
- painted the outline and the icon with Space Wolf Grey and washed the pencil marks away.
- painted the icon with a second layer of Skull White.
- "cleaned" the edges with the basecoat paint.
@ Cheredanine - yes, I used a Forgeworld upgrade kit for the Falcon.
Very nicely done, and congratulations on getting a good chunk of your army finished!
;o(I meant this in a good way!)
Do I really need to compliment you any further? Good Job!