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    Is there are reason you made the shredder's fireball thing the same color as he is? Seems like it be harder to tell it apart from a distance.

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    Just got done playing around with sky-earth non-metallic metals on an Iron Snake Space Marine, it's still fairly WIP-ish because I keep using this one snap-together model as a test model (I spilled glue all over it if you care).

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    Justyn, NMM is very, very difficult to do, and I would recommend a beginner stick with the regular kind until they're more experienced. Having said that, the highlights on the blue armor are very harsh, and I would recommend having a color in between the blue and the white to smooth it out.

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    I really am moiving away from GW paints because I've found that Vallejo is easier to work with, but I do have some GWs that I continue to use because I like the color. I also have a ton of them, so I'm phasing them out over time.

    Some of the people at WAMP turned me on to Vallejo Air Metallics and I'm really liking them- they've got the smallest metallic particles since they're designed for airbrush use. THis means I can just squeeze a drop out of the dropper and use it without any extra thinning. I love Blighted Gold from P3 because it's just a great color.

    the reason I'm turning more and more to Vallejo colors is because I'm finding they're easier to blend with and seem to have fewer coverage issues when compared to GW. Also, a large number of Vallejo paints are made to be the exact same as GW- Blood Red (GW) and Bloody Red(VMC) are 2 perfect examples of this. Vallejo also has many more shades to choose from.

    I'd suggest picking up a few Vallejo paints and try them out just to see if you like them.

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    These Vallejo Air Metallics sound awesome. I'll have to look into them. Thanks, again, CT. You keep recommending all these things that make me spend more money on minis. If my wife ever meets you, she'll probably kick your ass.

    EDIT: I just found a set of 8 Vallejo Air Metallics for $20.35. Is that a pretty good deal? (I see they sell for about the same as P3 paints, so I'm assuming it is.)
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    Cool, Dan's Crafts and Things and Hobby Lobby both have it. Will have to grab some this weekend.
    Did you ever get some snow? If so, how's it working out for you?
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    I did pick up some, first experiment worked, but haven't gotten to matting any of my snow themed models, so I am not there yet.

    PS: I should wait until post matting for something fluffy like that right?
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    PS: I should wait until post matting for something fluffy like that right?
    If by matting, you mean varnishing, then it doesn't matter. The snow stays pretty fluffy. I accidentally spilled about half a bottle of super glue on one the other day, and there was no change to the consistency of the snow, it just got harder.

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    I don't care for the shininess, I tend to use a matte sealant from a spray can. Works for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gruffard View Post
    I don't care for the shininess, I tend to use a matte sealant from a spray can. Works for me.
    I just call it all varnish. So it shouldn't matter if you put the snow on first.

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    Nyss Sorceress on Hellion, that is a cav unit? Neat.

    Overall, I like. I tend to make duplicates different by painting them different (different hair color, etc) just so they don't look the same. But I am envious in how fast you are painting... I need to get more done. Haven't done anything since my giant O&G spider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gruffard View Post
    Nyss Sorceress on Hellion, that is a cav unit? Neat.

    Overall, I like. I tend to make duplicates different by painting them different (different hair color, etc) just so they don't look the same. But I am envious in how fast you are painting... I need to get more done. Haven't done anything since my giant O&G spider.
    Thanks.

    Yeah, it's a cavalry solo. Their regular cavalry ride large caribou called "ulk."

    Sadly, the two shepherds are based with different blues (one Necron Abyss, one Regal Blue; both dark, but pretty different when un-washed), but they came out almost identical after the Asurmen Blue wash.

    I'll probably highlight them before I varnish them, just to give them some of their individuality back.

    EDIT: As far as speed goes, my wife is out of town, and I've got my "production line" technique perfected.
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    Justyn, NMM is very, very difficult to do, and I would recommend a beginner stick with the regular kind until they're more experienced. Having said that, the highlights on the blue armor are very harsh, and I would recommend having a color in between the blue and the white to smooth it out.
    Yeah, I messed up the white to blue a bit; what would you reccommend for the intermediary color? Space Wolves Grey? Or should I just take a longer time transitioning between white and blue?

    But at any rate, it was a learning experience, so it was successful in that I learned what doesn't work.
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    Yeah, I messed up the white to blue a bit; what would you reccommend for the intermediary color? Space Wolves Grey? Or should I just take a longer time transitioning between white and blue?

    But at any rate, it was a learning experience, so it was successful in that I learned what doesn't work.
    This is why I stick to metallics, I can't do NMM to save my life.

    I'd try a longer, smoother transition. Mix your paints more, or do a wet blend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justyn View Post
    Yeah, I messed up the white to blue a bit; what would you reccommend for the intermediary color? Space Wolves Grey? Or should I just take a longer time transitioning between white and blue?

    But at any rate, it was a learning experience, so it was successful in that I learned what doesn't work.
    My first suggestion would be to do a 50/50 mix of the two as an intermediary color. Otherwise, I think Space Wolves Grey would probably be alright.

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    Some of the people at WAMP turned me on to Vallejo Air Metallics and I'm really liking them- they've got the smallest metallic particles since they're designed for airbrush use. THis means I can just squeeze a drop out of the dropper and use it without any extra thinning.
    Also, Model Air metallics include red, blue, and black, which means between these, gold, and metallic medium, you can make pretty much any metallic color you want. I just got some Turn Signal Red for my Knights of the White Wolf.


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    I really am moiving away from GW paints because I've found that Vallejo is easier to work with, but I do have some GWs that I continue to use because I like the color. I also have a ton of them, so I'm phasing them out over time.
    Whenever I look at buying Vallejo paints I just end up thinking "I like pots and always end up wasting paint when I have to squeeze it out onto a pallet".

    I'm assembling some tomb kings skeletons in the roman style 'turtle formation' thing and the shields have turned out to not be nearly as big as they look. Bigger than the similarly shaped Egyptian shields were in real life but hardly legionaire sized.

    Still look pretty cool raised above their heads in a collum though.
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    Whenever I look at buying Vallejo paints I just end up thinking "I like pots and always end up wasting paint when I have to squeeze it out onto a pallet".
    That's what a wet pallete is for. Actually, where I live a wet pallete is a necessity, as it's so dry here that the paint will dry out very quickly without one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Closet_Skeleton View Post
    Whenever I look at buying Vallejo paints I just end up thinking "I like pots and always end up wasting paint when I have to squeeze it out onto a pallet".

    I'm assembling some tomb kings skeletons in the roman style 'turtle formation' thing and the shields have turned out to not be nearly as big as they look. Bigger than the similarly shaped Egyptian shields were in real life but hardly legionaire sized.

    Still look pretty cool raised above their heads in a collum though.
    But how long paints last, I don't think that is a big concern for me, plus with the wacky weather I have here, they do need drops of water every so often anyhow. (doesn't sound as bad as Turcano )

    On the turtle idea for the troops, that does sound fun.
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    I like it, Zorg. Looks really great. I'm guessing that the tommy gun isn't originally part of the mini, it looks like it came from a different brand (since there's a scale difference).

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    5. (This is the special part) Glow-In-The-Dark Orange glazing. You could probably get away with a Fiery Orange glaze here, but this is a naturally thin paint (which is why I'm saying I glazed it on there). The effect should be about the same, either way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmiles View Post
    I like it, Zorg. Looks really great. I'm guessing that the tommy gun isn't originally part of the mini, it looks like it came from a different brand (since there's a scale difference).
    It's a Tamia (or maybe Dragon) 1/35th gun. It's oversize, but I think it works. All the properly scaled guns I have were too chunky for her or not the right look. She almost had an M-16 with M-203, but the barrel was too long.


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    +1 flaming horse of vengeance! Again, great flames on him - they really go well with the dark armour.
    Thanks!

    On another note...I've got this whole crapton of snow flock left from my Legion models. I only have 2 left to do, and they're both small (30mm) bases.

    Anyhow, time to move on to the rest of my pirates. Yay! I love painting pirates! No two have to be alike, they're so much more fun than regular units.
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    I've now got one of my kans completed. I've got it armed with a big shoota but it's only blu-tacked in for now so I can swap around weapon choices.

    Tonight I've started working on the stormboyz. I've not done a great deal but the legs are finished and I've done a nice little freehand teeth design on the kneepad. I was worried at first about them being difficult to paint because they're quite closed and the arms and jump packs get in the way, but it seems to be working alright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chumbaniya View Post
    I've now got one of my kans completed. I've got it armed with a big shoota but it's only blu-tacked in for now so I can swap around weapon choices.

    Tonight I've started working on the stormboyz. I've not done a great deal but the legs are finished and I've done a nice little freehand teeth design on the kneepad. I was worried at first about them being difficult to paint because they're quite closed and the arms and jump packs get in the way, but it seems to be working alright.
    Magnets depending on the model, might hold better then the tac. Just a suggestions. Not familiar enough with the Kans to be sure.
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    Sansa is almost done, but I don't have any pics of her yet. The only things left are the ornamental lining of the cloak and her hair.

    I've been spending most of my time building the base for her. I decided I wanted to do a winter scene since it fits so well with the character and the beginning of the book series. After a lot of thought I decided I wanted her to be standing alone underneath a dead tree in a snow covered forest. I couldn't find any premade trees that looked any good, so I decided to make my own. I grafted it together out of sticks and twigs from my backyard. I think it turned out pretty well because you can't even tell where the greenstuff is that I used to cover the splices.

    I painted it with a bunch of layers and a whole lot of differen washes to give it the mottled coloration of a dead tree. I hate that the snow is going to cover almost all of the top of the tree, but I think putting in the work was worth it. The base is completed except for adding in some grass tufts and dead leaves, which will com ein just before I finish adding the snow.

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    Oh, wow. That tree is cool.

    On an unrelated note, I may finally have some work of my own to post tomorrow.

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