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After my Ironecrons it's time to switch to something organic and colorful.
I started on my Chaos Daemons pure Tzeentch army, and decided to finalize the theme onto a Chaos Spawn.
This time painted properly without cheat codes (dip). I first figured I'd blend the blue and purple skin together, but suddenly got an idea about a "stitched" texture.
I liked how it looked and decided to go with it instead, gives a nice cruel touch. I wanted everything in my army to be otherworldly, a total acid trip with no sanity whatsoever, and the colors support this.
The ground is purple/pink, the rock is blue obsidian with golden chains hanging on them. The skin has been blended from Warlock Purple/Electric blue to pure white.
I also added some texture resembling muscle tissue to some of the limbs. The bases are made by Micro Art Studios, and I ordered a whole bunch for my army since I ain't good with bases anyway.
Hope you digg.
Last edited by RunicFIN; October 19th, 2009 at 22:48.
Excellent, the contrast will make that army very vibrant on the table.
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Very nice. The colors are vibrant and lends itself well to my view of how Slaanesh demons should look like. Outstanding job!
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ooh pretty, excellent paint job there, nice and bright.
That is an awesome spawn there, I like the idea of the stitched flesh. Its unique and the two contrasting colours help bring the idea of two different daemons being stitched together, um.. together.
I look forward to the rest. What do we have to look forward to?
Certainly an interesting scheme you have, and a very striking one at that. Very Tzeentchy as well. The painting is nice and crisp, the muscle effects you've gone for look great too, adds to the realistic yet unnatural feel which fits the spawn miniatures excellently. This is also proof that many models considered bad can still look decent with the right paint job . Have some rep for your work!
EDIT: Actually no, you can't have any rep. Must be too soon after I repped you for your Ironecrons...
Looks absolutely wonderful. I love the brightness of the model and the base is brilliant too.
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very colorful and vibrant but not cartoony, i like it a lot
the stitched flesh idea is excellent and pulled off well