Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Chicken Lips, Feb 12, 2015.
In my opinion the shield looks great, beautiful freehand! And that base looks great too!
Some impressive banners right there !
Thank you very much, gentlemen!
I'm currently working on this block of 30 Dwarf Longbeards. Hopefully, I'll be finishing them up soon!
Really loving those shields I like the deep red contrasting with the metallic look
Yeah nice colors!
Looking good, when I see unit assembled and on movement trays I really do wonder why AOS went free form movement, trays can add so much to an army.
Keep them coming
No one said you're not allowed to use trays in AOS...
@Chicken Lips some nice dwarves there btw...
Thanks, guys! Your remarks are really encouraging! I've actually got them really close to done. I just need to do a few highlights and touch-ups then I'll be ready to take pics. Soon!
I know but they just don't look the same, that's what I love about KOW the bases are fantastic as you kill a unit not single models so you can go wild on the bases.
Your work is fantastic I love how diverse each of your armies are.
Thanks, Crowsfoot! Likewise! I attempt to give each unit their own unique personality, fitting to their fluff. Tomb Kings = dusty, drab, Lizardmen = vibrant jungle colors, Dwarfs = warm earth tones, High Elves = pristine royal colors, Dark Elves = dark and foreboding, Wood Elves = Cammo, O&G = scavenged bits of armor and leather, Skaven = dark and dirty, Empire = multitude of colorful units. That's the most basic color theory for each army. I break it down from there. I'm pretty sure this is how you and most others do it as well, though.
BTW, I finished them last night, but didn't have time to take pics before bed. I'll work on that this weekend.
Here they are! Finally!
I hope you like them!
That's how I like Dwarves. Well done!
I prefer medium...
Excellent work @Chicken Lips!
Lol I didn't even get it when I first read your post. Need some coffee I guess...
I played around with my Skitarii colors last night. I think that I'll be going with blue as my primary and creamy beige as my secondary. I want them to be all Steam Punky so lots of leather, wood and metal.
... What is that crazy vehicle ?
It is called a Dunecrawler I think. Some sort of walker.
Yeah, that's what they call it. I really don't know very much about 40K. This is my first venture into that world.