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Two weeks after get two AOBR box sets, selling the orks and one set of rules, templates and dice I am left with my first new army in there years
Ive gone with 4th company Ultra Marines just to get back in to the swing on painting
I also got 5 more termantors (AOBR) and some bits to give the the heavy weapons options
Ive got a LR Remember, Techmarine box set coming, FW LR doors and some FW Drednought arms on there way.
I need some more grave yard earth and static grass for the bases but that can wight for the next order (I live 3-4 hours from the nearest GW stockist)
all the figures need a bit of work to pick up all the little things I've missed because I batch paint
That enough talking here's my army so far
Last edited by z_man280; November 7th, 2008 at 22:09.
Looks pretty nice and to say you havent been painting for two years aswell makes them great!
A tip on the weathering on the dreadnaughts feet, instead of applying the paint with a brush to the lower legs try using a paint brush to flick it on, you can us a paper 'shield' to block of areas you dont want to get dirty.
Those look pretty good, you and my bf have the same painting style
Tomb Kings, Marines, Eldar
Those just need to be based and you're golden. Nice job...apparently two years was not long enough to seperate your skill.
I really love the dirty look of the 2nd dreads feet. Nice stuff! and the skull on the chain is beautiful.