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Hi guys. Recently i bought the Dwarf army box, and have spent the past weeks building, basing and spraying. With them finally done, i can start painting them. I couldn't find a scheme i liked but after looking at Mousekillers fantastic Dwarf army and tutorial, i thought i could follow that as much as i can and make changes to certain places where i want them to be different. Here is my tester model for the scheme. Its not completely finished yet i still have some bits to do.
Last edited by HobbyGuy; August 27th, 2009 at 11:52.
@the bearded one
They are really nice colours. I've seen Mousekillers and yours but i havent seen Kuffy's.
. I might have to sit next to him going to gamesday, i havent got my ticket yet though.
I'm working on the other 19 members of his squad at the moment.
Dwarfs_1 pictures by Kuffeh - Photobucket
Bear in mind these are very old now. I plan to repaint them in the not too far future, just planning the colours and bases etc. I also have various dwarf minis (or at least one) hiding out in my blog (link in sig....or you should be able to find it).
Enough self promotion for now. I like the scheme. Its a nice choice, the dark blue contrasts well with the cream/khaki shade. That's my reasoning for choosing it in the first place, very good. I look forward to seeing more. What do you have planned?
I very much like your color scheme, and look forward to seeing more. Good luck with Tale of Painters!
@Kuffy, Wow i love the painting. Especially the thane on the stone, thats the one i've got .
@Tekore, Thanks, I'm working on the other 19 from this guys unit at the moment.
In my army so far i have:
20 Hammerers (converted from warriors)
Just about everything is undercoated.
I also plan to buy a Gyrocopter, the models great .
I like the scheme, it looks a good, clean scheme. I look forward to seeing it i units. Are you going to differentiate it at all for different units, eg. some units cream trim blue cloth, mix up the arrangement on the shields (vertical AND horizontal halves, quartering, solid colour).
http://www.armyroster.com Check out my ToP WIP in the projects section!