Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Canas, Mar 6, 2018.
Beside the group shot the models are a bit underexposed
yeah I can't quite get the lighting right. It either tends to be far too dark or they start reflecting the light and every imperfection is magnified cuz there's too much light. Quite annoying.
in the subforum "Itza Gallery"
here you are
First thing I see in there is @neveroddoreven ridiculously well painted skink. Don't think I wanne be next to that until I've had another 200 years worth of practise
Some kroxigor. Nearly glued my fingers together trying to get the weapons on properly.
He certainly is a big one!
A fatemaster. Bit annoying to mount as the hole in his disk is smaller than the stupid pole he's mounted on, but managed to make it fit.
finally painted something again, a chaos sorceror. Don't mind the shitty picture quality, winter means there's basicly no light in my appartement, let's just blame chaos for it.
Looks pretty good to me!
Can you do some other angles?
I like him (despite the heresy!!!), but his base makes it look like he is wearing one big fuzzy boot
Is he Alpha Legion based on the snakes on his backpack, or Thousand Sons?
I'l try some other pictures tomorow if we have some better light. I did take some others but they were even worse in this light.
The snake-backpack is just what he comes with, I think he's supposed to just be a generic sorceror.
I haven't really decided on any particular chapter yet for the few chaos marines I have, but they do favour blue so far, and one of em carries an icon of tzeentch so thousand sons would be a strong contender .
Been a while since I painted; but here's some ogors.
A mindstealer Sphiranx.
The pictures look a lot better on my phone where it doesn't just immeadiatly pixelate, ah well.
And a chicken for the kitty to chase. Technically the wrong game, but that's just a minor detail
The first half of an adeptus mechanicus combat patrol
All praise the Machine God.
That being said, I'd throw either a flesh wash or a sepia on the gold on the transauranic arquebus.