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When getting around to painting my lizzies, i decided to go for a simple theme. Use my spray paints, and then just do a few touchups.
Black Spray paint (black skales)
Gore red shields
Dwarf Bronze for metallic (heavy trafficers in bronze)
Elf flesh on backs on shiels (they hate elves
White claws and teeth details
Vermin brown spear shafts
Blood Red Spray paint (they start to change color over generations, living in red sandstone desert)
Vermin Brown blowpipes
Dwarf Bronze dagger thingies
White claw and teeth details
I'll get pictures in here about tomorrow. But, funny thing, maybe it's just the brightness of the color, but overall the sarus looked better. Please comment.
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE</div><div class='quotemain'>Amid the darkness and horror of a world splintering apart, the armies of the true creators, we who were ancient at the dawn of time, will march forth once more. We shall sweep away all that is chaos and disorder for ours is the true path and none shall defy us.</div>
Translation from ancient plaques attributed to Venerable Lord Kroak
As I am planning to start Lizardmen and am trying to find a good way to paint them with minimal drybrushing im interested to see how they turned out.
cant wait to see the pics
Space Wolves- 4,000 pts
Dwarves in progress