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Got the pics up!
Ok just kidding I got photos of some of my Necrons using my wifes camera I was so kind as to buy her for her birthday. No really it is what she wanted I didnt just get it for myself.
Before I post them or link to my photobucket I was wondering if it is against the rules or anything?
What would be the best way to link to my Photobucket and is that the best way to do this. Now before you awnser remember this is Harley you are talking to so use simple words I am slow.
Last edited by HarleyXJGuy; May 9th, 2006 at 03:54.
That looks brilliant, seriously good. I'm guessing it's bleached bone and then dipped, but damn, I'd never have guessed it'd look that good.
You've got to post the rest of your army
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Yep you sir are correct.
So is the way I posted the Lord picture the best way to do it on this site? Or woudl it be better to post a linky to photobucket?
About the model - it looks really impressing, it must have taken a lot of work cos it's very minute.
You can also place your photos directly in Librarium Gallery.
Yeah it took hours to do, hmm ok well would you believe minitues?About the model - it looks really impressing, it must have taken a lot of work cos it's very minute.
Just because you helped me with the picture thing I will give you my secret squirrel super ninga painting tech.
Step one prime Bleached Bone spray can style.
Step two paint chest emblem and shoulder plates Camo Green
Step three Blood Red for eyes
Step four dip in Minwax Polyshades Woodstain and shake off the excess.
That was for a Warrior for someone like the Lord there is the robes and claw to paint and of course you got to base him and matte seal him to bring down the shine.
But that is it I can do a Warrior in about 5 minitues from primed and ready to dipped and drying off.
Note that I do not actually dip my guys any more, I mix the stain with some mineral spirits and paint it on. Much more even and way way less messy.
That is different to the usual necron paint scheme (that I myself am guilty of).
It does make them look cool and made out of a stone esque material, not the typical metal look.
Yes, I quite like that in a wierd way 0_o
Last edited by The_Outsider; May 9th, 2006 at 13:57.
Hooray for more non-standard Necron paint schemes. Good stuff, I'm eager to see more.
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Outsider yeah I was thinking of some kinda space age ceramic, plus I could see the Necrons going with a skeleton like color to play on the fears of Humans and the like.
Ill have more pics up later today after I wake up some, was up all night messin with the new camera so i am pretty blew out. More importantly we are out of Pepsi here ahhh?!
Okat gonna edit this one and add the pic I promised now that I got my Blood/Pepsi ratio sorted out.
After some thought I decided instead of posting some neat conversion I would go with the ever present Warrior to show this can look good with just a basic dood.
Last edited by HarleyXJGuy; May 8th, 2006 at 18:25.