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    Looks nice Squark, not bad for a first model.
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    I just bought some army painter spraypaint and seem to have forgotten how to open the darn cans since the last time I bought one.
    Not sure about those specifically, but the majority of spray paint cans have a little square hole in the base of the lid specifically designed to stick a flat screw driver into it to pop the lid off.

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    My mind is vexed. I'm currently practicing my painting skills on space marines from the Assault on Black Reach starter box and I had planned to stat a "real" army of Dark Eldar after I'd gained some more experience painting, but now I'm tempted to switch to Warhammer Fantasy instead (mostly because I might actually get to use those miniatues as well in my D&D games), what to do?
    The most important thing to look at is what are people playing where you live? You might have a very active community of both around, or you might have one be very popular and the other mostly ignored. Not having anyone to play against is a large problem that is hard to change.

    If you have the choice of either then the question becomes a lot more complicated. While the systems have a lot in common, they play a lot different too. And you get people from both games saying their's is the better game. I personally prefer fantasy because to me 40k doesn't feel like what I think sci-fi should be and I prefer Battletech for my sci-fi game. But I play 40k because thats what people here play.
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    Finished assembly - shoulders were a huge pain to get right, not very well designed from a structural PoV.
    Painting starts tomorrow, though I've got to finish converting the pilot yet (head's not stuck on yet).
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    Good luck painting the titan- that's a big area to paint. Hope you've got an airbrush!


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    Good luck painting the titan- that's a big area to paint. Hope you've got an airbrush!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CreganTur View Post
    Good luck painting the titan- that's a big area to paint. Hope you've got an airbrush!
    Indeed I do, painting one of these (or even a smaller one) without one would take forever, not to mention the finish would be terrible.
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    And tons of time.
    I took two weeks holidays from work to paint her

    The most time consuming part will be masking off all the TRON lines when I get to those.
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    Hi folks, thought I'd start posting here as I've recently started getting back into some painting after about a 6 year break since I bought the WHFB starter set and painted only a few orcs before forgetting the whole thing.

    I've already got 3 projects on the go now: some of the new savage orc boar boyz I got as a one-off when I got myself a paint set, some ork stormboyz my girlfriend got at the same time and pressured me into painting, and some killa kans I got just this weekend. As you can see, I'm quite a fan of greenskins.

    Unfortunately I haven't got any photos for now as I don't have a camera and I need to pick up my phone as it's just been repaired.

    I've been building and painting like a maniac since last night, putting together the 3 kans, spraying them chaos black and doing a lot of painting on one of them. It's been very quick thanks to a basecoat of tin bitz over the sprayed black - I've left a lot of the main sections alone except for some lighter highlights. I've gone for red plates on the shoulders, legs and feet, bronze on the leg pistons, top hatch and some extra details, and a really nice red-to-yellow blend on the toothy section on the front. It's already looking pretty promising, but I've yet to paint the arms as I'm attaching them afterwards to make painting easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmiles View Post
    RUN, LITTLE SQUISHY, RUN!!!
    Ha ha, I was actually watching Gran Torino earlier, so a bit angrier


    Started painting:



    Not 100% done yet, but I'm happy with the results.

    Had a near disaster with the airbrush as I was basecoating. Everything was going fine for the first few passes, and then I noticed it seemed a bit runny, and then noticed that there was literally paint dripping off some sections.
    It was truely bizzare as everything was fine until about halfway when it just put out a burst of what could have been wash

    A brief moment of panic later and I grabbed some paper towel and wiped her down - and all is well.
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    Zorg@^
    Looks nice, looks a little like something from TRON (Wich is an awesome movie).
    Canīt wait to see the finished model.
    Also are you painting this just for the fun of it, or are you gaing to play with it?
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    TRON is the theme for my Eldar TRONdar. The pilot above is Quorra, and the phantom will be done with yellow/orange lines similar to Clu.

    The aim is to have the PhanTRON and a bunch of other stuff done for Armies on Parade in September. That said, I'm mainly painting because I want to - the AoP thing is a good deadline to keep me motivated and painting the rest of the army.

    I'd also take her to any Apocalypse games I was going to once she's done.
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    Sounds like your moisture trap had a hiccup. I've had that happen before.

    It's looking pretty TRON-ish; jsut need to up the highlights on the light bars- make 'em nice and bright.


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    I'd also take her to any Apocalypse games I was going to once she's done.
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    How easy is it to carve hardened green stuff with a knife? I'm going to use green stuff to make the nozzles on my Necron's guns, and I need to carve the hole into the nozzle, but I'm not sure if it's better to wait for the stuff to harden or not.
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    How easy is it to carve hardened green stuff with a knife? I'm going to use green stuff to make the nozzles on my Necron's guns, and I need to carve the hole into the nozzle, but I'm not sure if it's better to wait for the stuff to harden or not.
    If you have a piece of wire, or small drill bit, you could form it around the object, then pull the object out before the green stuff completely hardened.
    Otherwise, it's probably as difficult as carving/drilling/pinning resin or plastic. I don't have any experience with that part, myself, just cleaning up ugly lines on it with a modelling knife.
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    Yea, green stuff modelling is a combination of tech used when its soft still, and when it is cured (hard).

    dsmiles 's ideas makes sense. Use something and mold it around to give you the basic barrel shape, and maybe use a drill or knife to clear it out some more. Try to get as much done as you can when its still stuff and do touch ups with with carving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CreganTur View Post
    Sounds like your moisture trap had a hiccup. I've had that happen before.

    It's looking pretty TRON-ish; jsut need to up the highlights on the light bars- make 'em nice and bright.
    Yes, I'm waiting on more paint before I can do that, unfortunately, but the plan is to build them up to be much brighter.








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    "End of Line."



    Need to go back over and patch a few spots where the tape took off some paint, then highlight the lines and give them a 'glow'. The paint worked exceptionally well.


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    The mice are as cute as always, and Mule looks disturbingly happy... the wood paneling on it is well done too.
    Only advice I can offer is for Lylyth to wash her silver armour in black then drybrush in silver again. It'll keep the brightness, but add depth - it looks too flat at the moment and overpowers the model.


    Quote Originally Posted by Squark View Post
    How easy is it to carve hardened green stuff with a knife? I'm going to use green stuff to make the nozzles on my Necron's guns, and I need to carve the hole into the nozzle, but I'm not sure if it's better to wait for the stuff to harden or not.
    It's fairly easy, but I prefer to do all I can before it hardens, or at least get it close so it will only be a bit of fine tuning to get it right.
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    Dsmiles@^
    What are those from? I know the warjack but have no idea about the others.

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    If she is Quorra then she needs more mascara and paler skin.
    The titan looks nice, but why did you paint those lines before painting the titan itself?
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    Not sure about the mice but the monsters and elves all come from the Everblight (drow/dragons) faction of Hordes, the monster version of warmachine.

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    Not sure about the mice but the monsters and elves all come from the Everblight (drow/dragons) faction of Hordes, the monster version of warmachine.
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    If she is Quorra then she needs more mascara and paler skin.
    Not literally, but closely modelled after. I did try a very pallid skin tone and heavier makeup, but she ended up looking like some creepy sex-clown... not realy what I was going for. Without makeup was too bland, so I bit the bullet and warmed her skin up.



    The titan looks nice, but why did you paint those lines before painting the titan itself?
    It doesn't show due to the harsh light but I've airbrushed on a bunch of highlights (the lamp obscures them), and I needed to put the lines on to see how the colour balance came out at the end.
    There is be extensive detail work to come, don't worry :)

    edit: and I didn't want the masking tape to rip up the details, it took enough off as is
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    The mice are as cute as always, and Mule looks disturbingly happy... the wood paneling on it is well done too.
    Only advice I can offer is for Lylyth to wash her silver armour in black then drybrush in silver again. It'll keep the brightness, but add depth - it looks too flat at the moment and overpowers the model.
    To be fair, the wood paneling is actually wood. I just washed it to darken it up a bit.
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    To be fair, the wood paneling is actually wood. I just washed it to darken it up a bit.
    So never compliment you again - got it Even still, it's a nice shade.


    It turns out the sections of the model where the paint stripped off was not simply bad luck, but grease spots... this can sometimes happed with resin models where sections of the cast havn't set properly so the part seeps the excess out. It can appear as if the part is still slick from mould release agent and will come clean with a wash, but nothing can be done to fix it permanently than hope the part fully sets soon.

    Anyways, a bit of sanding, re-spraying and swearing later I've got her patched back up and added glow to the lines:

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    Now it's on to shading the details by hand.
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    So never compliment you again - got it Even still, it's a nice shade.
    No, I just didn't want you to assume that I'm good at modeling or anything.

    BTW, I really like the light bars on that PhanTRON
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmiles View Post
    No, I just didn't want you to assume that I'm good at modeling or anything.
    Ehhh, my way's easier


    BTW, I really like the light bars on that PhanTRON
    Thanks, still need to shade them some more before I'm totally happy with them - they look fine up close but a little flat at a distance.
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    Wow that's a lot of minis! I like what you're doing, but I think you're using paint that's way too thick- it's covering up some of the details in the figures, especially on a couple of the mice.

    @zorg
    That titan's looking very Tron-ish!
    If you want to really brighten up the lines then I'd suggest glazing on a color like VMC Silvergrey or Deck Tan.
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    Wow that's a lot of minis! I like what you're doing, but I think you're using paint that's way too thick- it's covering up some of the details in the figures, especially on a couple of the mice.
    So thinning = consistency of skim milk (not whole milk)?
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    So thinning = consistency of skim milk (not whole milk)?
    If the paint you're using is full-cream milk consistency it shouldn't be obscuring details like that unless you're applying it with a trowel.
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    Lawdy, the light bars on the phanTRON are cool. Keep doing awesome things in the future, please.

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    Probably need to re-do the edge highlights; they appear to have been completely erased by the sunlight.
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