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Ok here it is, I love the idea of world eaters, throthing maniacs chopping ppls head off is gr8, but i need help painting them. I have an idea an im okish at painting but it takes me ages to do 1, plz, i need an reasonable experienced painter to give me some pointers. All replies will be welcomed (as long as there n ot particularly abusive) and gd advice will be taken up.
Ta v much
ps if it is possible will people plz give examples of there painting skills by leaving a a pic on here or sending it to me at my e-mail address:
pss, i am looking to set a game club in the stratford upon avon area, any who are interested plz e-mail to the same adress.
ta 2 those that have replied n yes, when khorne goes up market he prefers sausages over blood so SAUSAGES FOR THE SAUSAGE GOD!
Welcome to the board. Could i just ask is that really your email addy? It looks like a 'hotmail' address but is missing an A. Edit it if neccessary.
World Eaters are red arn't they? Use GW black primer (spray) and Blood Angels Red (spray) over that. That'll give you a nice darker red to start with (red is a bitch to paint from scratch, trust me i'm a Blood Angel) and a bit of a head start.
Think about giving your red minis now a thin wash of metallic red, to give them a sheen (i.e. different to BAs). I don't know if GW still do a metallic range, but art shops do (but you will need to thin it down and make it less buttery. Ask the art shop for flow improver mediums).
Then use copper or whatever metal for the facings.
Sausages for the Sausage God!! :lol:
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don't edit your email address, just leave it the way it is. It will throw off Spam bots who harvest email addresses from websites. Any smart person will realise that they need to put an a in it.
For red armour, I would recommend a wash of Chestnut ink. It looks great.
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