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Well, I finally decided to start a thread to show you guys my Imperial Fists Second Company. There are loads more on their way so I hope to be updating this thread regularly.
Second Company Captain Toku-Meiji (I'm planning on giving him a Storm Bolter instead):
The first three members of Toku-Meiji's Command Squad under Sergeant Hyrez:
Dreadnought Stelios of Second Company:
The first five members of Sergeant Davio's Tactical Squad:
Rhino 'Pugnus II' attached to Sergeant Gamell's Tactical Squad:
Predator 'Tergona' attached to Second Company:
And finally, my Lysander conversion. I always thought the standard GW mini was a bit too 'sneaky' for Lysander:
Let me hear what you think.
THey look awesome.
The weathering is great, the freehand is terrific and the modelling is good as well.
Keep up the great work.
Love the weathering on the tanks. Did you use any unusual techniques or is it just drybrushed?
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Looks great. I'm actually building an Imperial Fist army as a surprise for my son. So, how did you come up with the armour color? I understand yellow can be very difficult to paint so I'd appreciate any helpful advice you can send my way.
The yellow is simply 2-3 layers of watered down Golden Yellow over a white undercoat. It is then gently shaded with watered down Flesh Wash and highlighted with watered down Skull White.
'Watered down' is the secret ingredient (as is the case with all aspects of painting miniatures).
Great that you are starting an Imperial Fist army for your boy! I have actually written a guide to Imperial Fists colours, markings and insignia. You can check it out here: http://z11.invisionfree.com/THE_PHAL...?showtopic=200
Great guide, thanks for the link.
As for the "watered down golden yellow", I'm going to use an airbrush to apply those layers. Is that how you did your marines.
One word EPIC.