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Prepare to be amazed! Two of my students recently sat down and churned out some of the most dazzling work that I have ever seen. Forget Golden Demon quality, we need a new level of proficiency deliniating these two young ladies ability to push paint! Such vibrant color choice and only two front teeth between them!
In all seriousness, my niece(the brunette) came over with her pal and wanted to paint, i.e. destroy, a couple of my Bretonnian knights. I think they actually did a pretty good job and were very good listeners. These knights could cause terror with those paint jobs. Yow.
"Courage without the presence of fear is like a pistol without bullets. Meaningless." Colonel Igor Massif, 6777th Severite Rifles M40
"My little po-knights"
Is a mount for heroes/lords costing 70 points, causing terror. It has a 4+ save and missiles fired at it suffer a -1 to hit penalty due to its magical dazzling colours. My little po-knight causes terror.
http://www.armyroster.com Check out my ToP WIP in the projects section!
is the 2nd one smiling or crying?
Pretty good though, sustain their interest and who knows, maybe they'll become pros in the future
Its time to use the 40k flame template in warhammer fantasy because you just KNOW that rainbows shoot out of that shield.
Heh, I like that. Great potential . They definitely had the right idea in many places. Though the colour choice is somewhat eclectic...
I think the first one is the best, the colours are better coordinated. I remember I painted with a similar approach to colour use when I did Eldar back in 2nd edition, then my 2nd edition Nids got the same thing. It is always good to field an army that can cause fits in the other player when they look at it.