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Blog Rokanos' WIP Lizzy Host (Updated 2-15-2011)

Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Rokanos, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. Rokanos
    Kroxigor

    Rokanos Well-Known Member

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    Haha, sounds good! I'll see you on the Khemri forums then? and thank you for the kind words. I'm still terrible at metals, but we all have to start somewhere. :D


    Everyone here at my local shop absolutely LOATHES playing against my LM, or any LM for that matter, which makes it not so much fun for me. I don't like playing an army that people won't have fun against, as I am not out to win, I'm just there to have fun and kill stuff :bored:



    Note for everyone else: I should have those 15 sauri I was talking about finished within the next few days. Painted up all their shields last night, so all that is left is detail work and some highlights. I'll post up a pic as soon as they are all done :D

    Cheers!
     
  2. langaandy
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    That steg looks unreal. i want mine to look pretty much the smae only istead of a red finish it will be more orange to go with my skinks scales.

    my only question is how the hell did you make the scales look so good
     
  3. Rokanos
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    Rokanos Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the compliments. To be honest with you, I think I just based them with grey, washed them asuremen blue, and then did another coat of the base grey, took a lighter grey and mixed it with the base for a midtone, cover up slightly less than the base color, and then highlighted the raised areas with the lighter grey.

    I'm a tad intoxicated at the moment, sooo if that made no sense, my apologies. I'll try to explain a little better tomorrow. ;)
     

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