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since I bought dreadfleet, it'd be a shame not to paint them and post them, wouldn't it? I started off with the stalwart dwarven ship Grimnir's Thunder to get my bearings, and a solid steel deck to avoid that damn seasickness!
Here we go, step by step:
First some basic layers of the non-metallish stuff
Then the metal, I always hate this part.
Luckily washes come to the rescue! Without them I'd be going crazy!
And finally the painting of the water. I'm pleased how that turns out. The Dreadfleet White Dwarf with the painting guide for water was a sound investment.
1 down, 9 ships, 9 auxiliaries and dozens upon dozens of terrain peaces and markers to go! * urgh *
Nicely done. Giving me some thoughts to paint my ships. Looking forward to seeing the others. REP
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
Yo ho ho and a bottle of hmmm ale
Dwarves drink Ale right, never mind boat looks nice looking forward to more don't see enough of you stuff at the moment bearded one.
I've done some work on the Curse of Zandri!
Basecoating; bestial brown on the oars and deck, graveyard earth on the wicker and shining gold mixed with scorched brown on the gold (in hindsight not really necessary as I'd wash it with devlan mud).
Then time for the wash of wonder; devlan mud
And some highlights, on the gold as well (the pyramid mostly)
Looking really good, I really need to get started on mine! Looking forward to seeing the rest!
Outstanding and solid work!! Your water came out excellent - kind of makes me want to invest in the Dreadfleet...