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    @dsmiles: What are you using to get the snow layered that high? My normal baking soda/salt mixture doesn't layer that high and still look fluffy.
    Snow flock. I don't know the brand (since I'm now at work), but it was $12.95 for a big thing of it (you know, one of the big clear plastic containers with the red top, like a ginormous spice shaker). On the 40mm+ bases, I'm putting some modeling putty to build up the base (standard Testor's gray putty, painted Space Wolf Grey), and I'm using standard Locktite to glue the flock to the putty.
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    some of your stuff looks quite flat, especially the dark blue coats, maby try to use layering, or extreme highlights.
    Really, that's just in the pictures. I have a crap camera that I don't know how to use (I just push the button). Hell, I only learned about 'macro' mode two sets of pictures ago (the whites were coming out much more yellow before). IRL, they have a bit more depth. The wash makes the whole thing darker, but I try to puddle it in the folds of the robes for extra dark evilness.
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    w00t! More minis done. All Legion.
    Ooooh... magnificent. I especially like the details on the armour of the Hex Hunters and Lylyth.
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    Really, that's just in the pictures. I have a crap camera that I don't know how to use (I just push the button). Hell, I only learned about 'macro' mode two sets of pictures ago (the whites were coming out much more yellow before). IRL, they have a bit more depth. The wash makes the whole thing darker, but I try to puddle it in the folds of the robes for extra dark evilness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmiles View Post
    Snow flock. I don't know the brand (since I'm now at work), but it was $12.95 for a big thing of it (you know, one of the big clear plastic containers with the red top, like a ginormous spice shaker). On the 40mm+ bases, I'm putting some modeling putty to build up the base (standard Testor's gray putty, painted Space Wolf Grey), and I'm using standard Locktite to glue the flock to the putty.
    Thanks. I think I will have to look for the equiv of it the next time I am at the Hobby shop.
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    those guys look much better than your mice- did you change hwo you thin your paints?
    No, but I think the problem with the mice was: I laid on the primer too thick.

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    So, I've gotten that Terminator I posted earlier done, I'll post the few pics I took of it after I flocked and lighted the base, but I'll also provide a link to the gallery that has a 360 view of him, but just not the base.


    He'd benefit alot from starting with a darker shade, or inking the recesses. As is he's very flat aside from the highlights, so the recesses are blending in too much.
    If you either gave him a blue wash or started with a base colour of Regal Blue and put Ultramarines Blue over that, leaving the Regal showing in the recesses (either being careful or through heavy drybrushing) he'd pop a whole lot more, especially areas around the head and hands.

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    w00t! More minis done. All Legion.
    The silver looks much better :)
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    Thanks. I think I will have to look for the equiv of it the next time I am at the Hobby shop.
    I'm home now, it's Woodland Scenics brand Soft Flake Snow (SN140).

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    I'm home now, it's Woodland Scenics brand Soft Flake Snow (SN140).

    @Zorg: Thanks.
    Cool, Dan's Crafts and Things and Hobby Lobby both have it. Will have to grab some this weekend.
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    Really, that's just in the pictures. I have a crap camera that I don't know how to use (I just push the button). Hell, I only learned about 'macro' mode two sets of pictures ago (the whites were coming out much more yellow before). IRL, they have a bit more depth. The wash makes the whole thing darker, but I try to puddle it in the folds of the robes for extra dark evilness.
    Have you considered...highlighting?
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    Have you considered...highlighting?
    I've done it on a few minis, and apparently, my blending skills suck. I can't blend up to a highlight to save my life, so I just slap on a wash and call it a day.
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    To be honest highlighting and blending are 2 completely different skills You can continue to highlight withour perfect blending- you see this a lot on 40k minis, especially space marines with a lot of edge highlighting. If it looks good on the table and you're happy with it, then keep adding your highlights and work developing your blending skills. Highlights can add a lot to a mini.

    Blending is a really hard skill to master. There are also a lot of ways to get this effect. One of the simplest is known as feathering. As an example, say that you have a base color and a highlight next to each other in a straight line. With feathering, you dray tiny lines perpendicular between the two colors where they meet. This tricks the eye into seeing the colors blending together because of the hash mark effect. A really stark example fo this is pencil shading in black and white comics. This is generally the easiest type of blending for someone to start with.

    Next there's wet blending. This is where you put down one color, then quickly come in with the next color and blend the 2 colors togehter while they're both still wet where they meet. This can give mixed results, but can also give really cool effects for cloth.

    Another style of blending is very similiar to glazing- where you come in with thinned paints and build up translucent layers of different colors over your base coat to force the color change. A lot of times you'll also see this where the painter lays down 2 clors next to each other and then glazes the highlight color from the darker color into the highlight to make the transition more seamless.


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    I've done it on a few minis, and apparently, my blending skills suck. I can't blend up to a highlight to save my life, so I just slap on a wash and call it a day.
    Don't blend - drybrush! It's what I do most of the time.


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    Ooh, that is awesome.

    Though something about the colour scheme and pigtails makes me think "perky goth"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tome View Post
    Ooh, that is awesome.

    Though something about the colour scheme and pigtails makes me think "perky goth"?
    That's a dark eldar head that's painted green or pink in bits of the codex, so its probably the least perky goth use of that head.

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    Don't blend - drybrush! It's what I do most of the time.
    Or just line-highlight. Its a space marine after all.
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    I should have some pictures up tomorrow once my girlfriend has charged her camera batteries. I've not had the chance to do much painting this week - just some highlighting of the metal on the kan I'd already done most of and doing the metal basecoat and wash on the second kan along with some work on its base. I've tried painting some stone slabs freehand onto the second kan's base and they look pretty good - the idea is that the kan's standing on a stone floor now mostly covered by gravelly mud, so I painted the stone first and then put sand around the outside. I think it'll look good when I've painted and drybrushed the sand.

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    So I've started on my Nightmare Knight Skeryth Issyen (Fane Knight Skeryth Issyen). Photos when he gets a bit closer to completion. Armor's almost done, the horse's hair is almost done, cloth, leather, and flames are started.

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    Highlighting is easier, I can only seem to get layering to work with certain colors, Some lighter colors like "Ice Blue" I can't seem to layer well at all.
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    I just drybrushed my pale blues. Looks really dusty but that's fine if the whole army is like that.
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    Ok, a couple of more minis. None of these are varnished yet.
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    Quick question: what colors should I mix to get tyrian purple?

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    I got my sphinx with golden armour and all the skulls picked out in dark angels green and it looks pretty awesome apart from the stone bits, which are so far a failed attempt at sandstone ruined by mixing in bleached bone into the highlights
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    The rest are painted, but cutting and fitting the wings is a very time consuming process, so I've just done these ones so far.
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    The rest are painted, but cutting and fitting the wings is a very time consuming process, so I've just done these ones so far.
    Those look awesome, Zorg. I can't wait to see the rest of the TRONdar.
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    Those look awesome, Zorg. I can't wait to see the rest of the TRONdar.
    Thanks mate, but it might be a while - the recent price shenanigans and whatnot have soured me on GW for the moment, but I'm sure that'll change once I get my hands on the scourges
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    Thanks mate, but it might be a while - the recent price shenanigans and whatnot have soured me on GW for the moment, but I'm sure that'll change once I get my hands on the scourges
    By the way, that "Fancy Pic" may just become my wallpaper.

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    For my first entry in the Darksword painting contest over at WAMP I've decided to work on Sansa Stark. It's a great little sculpt and I'm planning on incorporating her into a little winter dio scene. So far the skin and her cloak are the only things I would call done.

    Her skin was a really big challenge for me because I wanted her to be pale but lovely. I worked a lot of layers into it and a few different colored glazes. Her outer cloak I worked down to a red/purple tint in the shadows to give it the appearance of a rich fabric, which is also why I worked the highlights and folded edges up so high.

    Believe it or not her hair is nothing more than 2 thinned coats of VGC Dark Fleshtone over white primer. It's not even close to done, but I'm just surprised at the highlights peeking through from the primer. I guess that shows what proper thinning can do!



    I also got another commission from the same client: this time it's to work on the command units for his army. This pic shows all the units, except that there are a total of 8 psykers.

    This is just the minis after the quick shade dried and I hit them with varnish. I'll be doing all the highlights next. There are also a few places where the QS got wierd and blotchy on a couple faces, so that'll add a little more cleanup time.

    My plan is to add in some extra color with washes before doing the highlights. I've actually already done that with the Commassar- his sash was hit with some Asureman Blue and his uniform was much lighter than you see now. I used Adeptus Battlegrey- the QS knocked it down a good bit, but 2 washes of Babab Black brought it to this level.

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    I'm planning on incorporating her into a dio scene.
    When I realised what this meant, it was nowhere near as awesome as I first thought.
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    Most Hilarious Murderer in the Playground. Both his episodes of hysterically ending my life left me chuckling even hours later when I thought about them.
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