And that’s the spraying of the hull finished! Next up – detailing the metallics (silver and brass), maybe some hazard striping, then oils and pastel-powders – oh, and the engine parts, mustn’t forget those! Thanks for looking! AdvertisementsRead More Painting Update #3
Still no further painting updates, so here’s a throwback WIP of the Wild Child, the heavy hitter from Kallatar’s Ordo Xenos retinue. Motivated to build a ‘Jacket’ (aka Edge of Tomorrow), I took the best parts of the otherwise awful Centurions, and jammed a pair of Dark Eldar Witch legs in there: One of the […]Read More W][P Throwback: W][ld Child
Another painting update – applied the salt+hairspray technique to the lower turret using the Tamiya Light Blue – which is much more user-friendly than the Racing White! Also applied the hairspray in a 3 lighter coats instead of the drenching I gave it in the second test – the lighter coats appear to give better […]Read More Painting Update #2
A painting update! Missiles first: Vallejo Sand sponge-chipped with GW Leadbelcher: Then the hairspray + salt technique with the Tamiya Racing White on the upper decking – this particular white is a pain to work with, to get decent coverage it has to be almost too thick: On this side you can see an ugly […]Read More Painting Update!
Second test run for the Gun Skiff with hairspray, salt and Tamiya spray colors: Bit of salt overkill – after this test I’ve decided to use a mix of the larger salt bits from the previous post and this regular size: And here’s the result after masking the flat white spray and applying the blue: […]Read More Painting Test # 2
Painting at last – slowly, but still… Here’s the first layer of rust, with handy Ian McQue reference in background: Need to do a test run of some Tamiya spray colors as I don’t own an airbrush. So, following the first layer of Vallejo Flat Brown, did some drybrushing/speckling with GW Ryza Rust, then some […]Read More Painting the Sk][FF
Last detailing round on the Gun Skiff! Took these fore mast parts: Glued them up, sliced them down, and glued them into place: Did a similar thing with the aft masts, but added some skulls for a bit of swag: And finally, this hole has been bugging me for a long time: So took this […]Read More Gun Sk][ff: Last Details