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Some of you maybe noticed I've posted pictures of my Chaos Warhounds in the painting forums.. Very well, I've decided to start a thread in here just cause I want to and I'll post all pictures and text updates on all progress I'm making.
And here's a little intro to why I'm doing this:
I've been starting a project for Warhammer Fantasy and I've decided to collect Warriors of Chaos with the Mark of Nurgle. This is a project for school and I got so happy when my teacher let me do this. Finally something that I think is really fun to do in school.
My goal is to reach a 1500-2000pts fully painted army. I've got like.. 6 weeks or something left so I should hurry up.
I'm able to take pictures that shows details and such ONCE a weekend because I need to borrow my friend's camera. I can't get my camera to focus on the details and but still I can take photos on whole units which you will find directly under this post.
I would appreciate if you follow this blog and post comments considering my work to help me become a better painter. And to keep me motivated!
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An update of some pictures what I've done so far.
Sorry for the random sizes of some pictures. Hopefully won't happen in the future.
Oh yeah.. I've just bought the Warriors of Chaos Battalion box so far. It contains the following:
20 Chaos Marauders
12 Chaos Warriors
5 Chaos Knights
10 Chaos Warhounds
I've finiished 5 Chaos Warhounds, all the Chaos Marauders are built and 4 of them are undercoated so far. And also 2 more Chaos Warhounds are built. I'm gonna try to paint 4 models at a time.
Anyways here are the pictures I got so far:
A random model. Just tried to colors a little. My marauders will kinda look like this one but with lots of more slime and guts.
More pictures like these will come this weekend. I'll try to finish my whole Chaos Marauder unit until then.. argh.. Some text updates will come during the week.
Quick text update.
I've just painted the skin on 4 Chaos Marauders so far. I'll paint like a maniac and see how many Chaos Marauders I can get done until sunday or something. Pictures will come on sunday or monday. Guess I can't play 360 this weekend. Oh noes.
With the progress pics you posted so far, already has me interested. I am liking how the scheme has that dark appearance to it. I will be on the look out for more on this.
Looking good bud. I probably should get a B-Box too, nice deal if your order it from the warstore.
Ok, it's time for an update with some pictures. And guess what, I got photoshop so I can edit pictures yay. It's the first time I've used it so probably it could look better. All I did was to make the pictures lighter. I used this thing called "Curves" and just made the pic lighter overall. Uhm.. I would like some help with how to make the pictures in the best quality possible using photoshop and is it possible to make small areas on the picture lighter than others? If so tell me please!
Well well.. Warning here is some pics I edited for the first time I ever used photoshop.
There is some other models I painted a LONG time ago. Not only Chaos Marauders.
I'm just posting one picture in this post to see how it turns out. Will post more direclty afterwards.
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Uhmm.. I'm not going to post anymore pictures until I know I'm able to edit them correctly and I need some practice in photoshop first I guess + I have a really slow computer and taht means it takes lots of time for me to upload and edit pictures and so on..
I need som help on how to edit pictures so if anyone knows how to edit pictures good can you please add me on msn and help me out a little? Thank you.
Here's the address: email@example.com
Last edited by Murdhawk2; February 17th, 2009 at 21:58. Reason: Picture to big. =(
Good going Murderhawk, I love the muted flesh tones and the doggies are awsome!
Last edited by dutchie the great; February 20th, 2009 at 06:33.
Come and join the YoungBloods social group!
Thank you sir!