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Hey all, since i've gotten the hang of the whole painting thing again i've decided to start a WIP project featuring my WE army.
Today i've finished my Spellsinger and updated my Highborn a bit:
Next up should be some glade guard models, but don't expect them any time soon, i'm a slow painter
Sorry for the blurry photo's too btw (noob photographer)
Looking really good so far. I like the design on the sword, and the sprites. Keep it up.
very nice, like the layering you did on their cloaks and on the sword. the only thing i can see is that the faces need some more dark color in the recesses to give more definition but other than that these are great.
Thx for the good comments and yes i have varnished the highborn already, but it seems i'll have to give it another spray to make it more matt instead of shiny. Btw the theme for the army is summer (duh)
Graet work, maybe you could try Testors Dullcote. It's good stuff and it gives a super matte finish.
CHK CHK BOOM!
i eagerly await to see the rest of your army
Here's a little update on the army. Working on glade guards atm and bare with me that these have only gotten the brown color finished (looks a bit messy but i hope that will turn out good once the green has been highlighted). Painting them in pairs atm since these are still my 'test subjects'. Only doing 4 layers max on the 'normal' troops, i'm reserveing the multiple layers for characters only and other metal figures.
These won't go too fast since i'm also working on my juggernaut for my daemon army to have a bit of variation in the painting (painting brown/green all the time can get boring )
Last edited by Jaaktrekaak; June 14th, 2008 at 15:00.
Little update on my glade guards: finished the green and brown.
Sorry for the blurry photo can't seem to get it right