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Just started a Skaven Doom Wheel. So far I've undercoated all the bits in black and done a part build. The best way to tackle this beautiful model is to build and paint at the same time. This should ensure all the detail is painted as I go along. I've painted the main brass areas in a mix of scorched earth:dwarf bronze 50:50 then dry brushed dwarf bronze over it. This is obviously only the start of the metalling process. The wood areas have just been painted scorched earth.
Very nice work. I think you've got the texture of the wood just right
I love the doomwheel. Its such a cheesy idea, but it really works, and the model is great. Your painting is certainly going to do it justice.
And more progress. It's great to have the time to just spend hours concentrating. Finished the central part of the chasis so I can glue the main wheels on when finished. Rats and some highlighting will have them done hence, still a dry fit.
Polak: your watching every move so I'm posting literally every move. ;-)
ChadMS: Thanks for the faith. Lots of layering and experimenting to get the wood right and glad it's paid off.
The warpstone has come out very well. I admit I was really looking forward to seeing what you would do with it, as all kinds of awesome effects can come out of warpstone. Its something about the green...
Come on then! Get it finished so I can give you some rep