Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Lord-Marcus, Jan 30, 2018.
Can I get people's thoughts on the color scheme?
IMO it looks good.
They look good but I think the red is too clean maybe dirty it up a bit, other than that cool scheme.
Good stuff guys, thanks!
Nice scheme. But I agree with @Crowsfoot ... the red looks a bit too clean... or the shields in general...
I'll throw a sepia wash on the shields
50+ undead, 3 chariots, 1 warsphinx. 4.5-5 hours into thier soak.
Issue 1: Alot had varnish so I'm expecting a re-soak.
Issue 2: we had some feet clippage particularly on the ancient thin skeletons from what I think is 2nd edition. I'll betackling this with basing or brown polymer putty (brownstuff?)
Just glue them on the base then pva around the feet add sand it will look like they are rising from the grave.
I'm making custom stone tile bases.
What is your paint stripping process? I picked up a couple armies second hand that were painted and would love to repaint them.
Metal plastic or resin? Or a mix? If so what types?
So, y'all, decisions:
5 more sphinxes ( I have 2)
Or ushabti hordes
Or catapult battery (5)
Or more infantry?
I swore I replied already, sorry. Mostly plastic, some metal.
Go to your local dollar tree and get a few of these. Best stuff I've ever used for metal, plastics are close too.
@NIGHTBRINGER your thoughts sir?
Thanks! So just an all purpose cleaner and a tooth brush? Do you soak your models or just spray and scrub?
Also for your question I'd love to see some sphinxes.
Soak them. Metal models 8 hours, plastics 24 hours, then scrub with a manual toothbrush and warm water
Got as far as this, from primer, on the next 5 tomb guard. This after finishing building commission items which I will switch back to tomorrow.