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I recently painted up some Tyranid Mieotic spores, (giant alien death balloons). They were fun models to paint and I was happy with the results. They have some nice details on them and lots of room for ink washes, highlighting etc and different colours. I think they look sort of like Triffids they way the float along, in the book 'The day of the Triffids' the word Trygon is given as an early name for the Triffids. The Trygon being another FW Tyranid. Some Tyranid trivia for people there. Comments and criticisim welcome.
XD real cool mini and nice paint job may i ask if this is a apocolypto model or just a fun
XD nice may you tell me there stats and what they do as they really intrest me. XD if they could drop in like the spore mines in fast attack entry it would be hilarous with super blasts recking everything in sight
Meiotic Spore - Lexicanum I haven't used them but they do look handy. The rules can't go here because of copyright. They actually have two sets of slightly different rules. One set are found in the Anphellion project, one of Forge world's books. The other less complicated set are in the Forge world apocalypse book.
They are really good looking Leech, love what you have done with them.
I wouldn't normally think that models painted with a flourescent pink would look that good, but you've managed it Leech! These look like a lot of effort has gone into them. Nice work.
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Thankyou, I'm glad you like my purple slime-bombs. That pink was hard at first. I painted them scab red to start with and then built them up with lighter shades of pink and then ink stains and then more pink. At first they were drybrushed then inked and then drybrushed and then shaded and finally highlighted. I now have loads of skills in the painting of pink and about six different shades of pink mixed up in spare pots. At first they were too bright so I toned them down with inks and loads of shading. Thanks for commenting guys.