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Hello all! I am in the progress of getting my Tomb Kings army table-top-ready and I'd like to share with you all my progress:
(sorry if the pictures of fuzzy)
So far I've completed:
12 skeleton warriors (with bows):
Here is a closer shot of one of the bowmen:
5 light cavalry (with bows) [these are still WIP]
Here is a closer shot of one of the light cav:
Tomb Prince [still WIP]:
Liche Priest [still WIP]:
I primed the light cav and skele bowmen with black primer, and the priest/prince with white primer. I regret using the white primer as it creates more work.. hence why i have 2 characters that are still WIP.. i got irritated.
Once I finish those I still have:
Screaming Skull Catapult
Casket of Souls
Mounted Liche Priest
19 Skeleton warriors with hand weapon/shield
I'll keep the pics coming!
good painting, although i think you used a too thick paint on the liche preist...
Cool! Always good to see TK pics.
It may just be the flash as i had the same problem, but id say darken the bone a little, especially on the Priest.
The thing is, Liche Priests have skin, not bone. I find grey looks good for them, though if you want to stick with the bone look then consider a brown wash, possibly with an ink.
in england they dont sell inks anymore
if you can get hold of some i suggest a chesnut or flesh wash...
i have used both chestnut and flesh with skeletons. the chestnut gives the models a really red tinge which i don't like (it's nice on gold) the flesh wash is great for the models.
for my lich priest i used a 1:1 mix of Fortress grey to bleached bone, gives it a darker colour but not a grey. i then use Codex grey for bandages with a highlight of Fortress. works well. i will post pics of my guys one day when i get a camera...