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Well, my lovely new Barbed Hierodule came in the mail this Saturday, and over the weekend I have begun to make him into a proper beastie. I will be using this thread as his WIP for painting him.
But first of all, here was his assembly process:
After a good wash I assembled the body,
Then I got the arms on,
The arm didn't want to stay on even with that set up to hold it up while drying, so I ended up pinning it this morning. He is quite solid now.
In cleaning up the pieces I got myself a neat new scar to go with the one I got from my Trygon (it completes a semicircle on my left index finger):
I will head to my FLGS tomorrow to pick up some primer and restock paints so painting him can begin.
Last edited by Tarnag; February 3rd, 2009 at 02:34.
yes! we must see brush set to model immediately!
that's a damn fine model you got there.
Funny coincidence with the scars. It's a sign. I think it's telling you to get a Hierophant Bio-Titan and a Carnifex with Wrecker Bio-morphs to complete the circle of scars .
Last edited by Sknight; February 3rd, 2009 at 08:43.
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Nice looking model, one of the guys at my local game store has one but its painted poorly. I'm looking forward to seeing this get painted.
I am going to do the very best I can. I hole I don't desecrate the model with my painting...
Good god I hope I can give him a good paint job. I primed him tonight, so I will probably start painting him tommorow.
As for my scheme, my Trygon is here: http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...ml#post1322786
He is my best so far. Tonight I tried some new stuff (highlighting the skin and better doing the carapace), the highlights didn't really work out at all, but the carapace looks great. I am going to use that, but keep the skin like I always do.