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There are too many models in BfSP!!!
Anyway here is my first goblin unit. I've decided to paint all the goblins first (except the miners which i've already done) so when i come round to painting the Dwarfs I will have had plenty of practice.
I wanted to paint these guys pretty quickly so didn't do too many highlights, in the end these guys took me about 10 hours spread over 5 days to complete.
They origonally had brown borders on there bases but this made them look pretty dull so i painted the borders green which i think brightened the unit up a bit. I know the colour scheme is pretty standard and boring but black is quick to paint and with another 40 NG to go i think thats a good thing.
Comments and opinions welcome :-)
That's a good looking unit mate! And for the time spent on them, they've turned out really nice.
I particularly like the "Bad Moon" standard.
But I call to God, and the LORD saves me.
For just 10hrs work theyre really nice!
For the effort you've put in to them, you should right proud of yourself. Very good work! 8Y
It's a neat and flat paint job which is always a good thing. I agree with the bases, it does brighten them up in effect.
I really can't wait to see what wonders you do with the rest of the set!
And yeah, 100+ models in one go is certainly a daunting prospect. Just hide away everything you are not painting and it'll be fine! lol
Great work there ol' chap! *reps*
After a bit of discussion in another forum i decided to do a highlight of the skin. It only took 1/2 and hour and made the little blighters look heaps better.
What do you reckon?
Looking at the first set of pictures I was going to suggest another skin highlight, but you beat me to it. I'm jealous of the quality you can produce that quickly; it took me close to 15 hours to paint 16 Dryads. Nice work!
Great job for such quick work!
Bravo, you've cracked night goblins! I'ld be happy with those so kudos to you.
Up, up and away!