Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Imrahil, Feb 6, 2019.
Also based some of the Dwarfs:
Getting closer to priming.
I am done painting the Treefolk, only basing of the Dryads and the Branchwitch to do
Those treemen look fantastic!
Your treemen came out great! They're really expressive... you can almost hear them
Thanks guys! I realy like how they turned out
Yesterday I got around to basing my Dryads and Branchwych so here is the whole family:
They look even better as a group! Well done
Thanks, I am happy with the look of the army as a whole forest
I found out that the leaves on the bases let go rather easy when using them in battle(or transferring them from storage to the tabletop) hopefully there will be some left on the bases in a while
Colors used for future reference:
(Part): (Base) > (Highlight) > (Shade) > (Extreme Highlight)
Light brown Bark: Rakarth Flesh > Ushabti Bone > Seraphim Sepia or Agrax Earthshade > Ushabti Bone
White Bark: Ushabti Bone > White Scar > Seraphim Sepia > White Scar
Green leaves, hair and 'muscle': Caliban Green > Kabalite Green > Biel-Tan Green > Elysian Green
Green vines, hair and branch tops: Loren Forest > (no Highlight) or Elysian Green > (no Shade) or Athonian Camoshade > Elysian Green
Brown leaves*, hair and 'turkey tail'**: Gorthor Brown or Skrag Brown > Skrag Brown or Squig Orange > (no Shade) > (no Extreme Highlight)
Bark humps: Loren Green > Elysian Green > Athonian Camoshade > (no Extreme Highlight)
Stone: Eshin Grey > Mechanicus Standard Grey > (no Shade) > Celestra Grey (Drybrush)
Symbols, eyes and mouths: Sybarite Green > (no Highlight) or White Scar > (no Shade) > (no Extreme Highlight)
Green-ish 'forest life' top/shell: Kabalite Green > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) > Sybarite Green
Green-ish 'forest life' wings: Sybarite Green > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) > White Scar
'Forest life' body: Abaddon Black > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) > Mechanicus Standard Grey
Red 'forest life' top/shell: Memphiston Red > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) > Evil Sunz Red
Red 'forest life' body: Jokaro Orange > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) or Carroburg Crimson > Troll Slayer Orange
Eyes of 'forest life': Yriel Yellow > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) > (no Extreem Highlight)
Teeth of 'forest life': Celestra Grey > (no Highlight) > (no Shade) > White Scar
Blue creatures: Lothern Blue > Temple Guard Blue > Drakenhof Nightshade > Baharroth Blue
Staff's bark: Dryad Bark > Gorthor Brown > (no Shade) > (no Extreem Highlight)
Staff's end(Fungi?) and cracks in the bark: Averland Sunset > Yriel Yellow > Casandora Yellow > Yriel Yellow
* looking back in this thread I just realized I used different colors for the Brown leaves on the Treelord base than on the Branchwych I will need to check this when I am home from work.
** Something new I learned today, in Dutch this is called an 'elfenbankje' which literally translate into 'fairy bench'
I think that was it
I started on the next army I have 'completely' build(separations for painting purposes aside)
Some Ardboys in different stages of painting-ness (on the one far right there is only basing left)
I like the flames of the orc all the way on the right, really nice little detail!
Looking forward to seeing more of dem boyz painted up
Cool bases for your dwarves and your finished Sylvaneth look great, too!
Btw, when I was looking a those pictures I read "Satesaurus" first....
That will be part of the whole army's theme, Bloodtoofs have yellow teeth or flames marking their armor.
That would be one interesting Saurus
Today I finished my Greywater Fastness so it is ready to Prime.
Just in Time for this month's goal.
Excellent dwarfs, never seen the unassembled gyrobomber before; thats a lot of interesting bits
I do like the bomb pieces, might need to get some for other projects.
I too, like them a lot, hopefully I will still like them while painting
It comes in many pieces indeed, if you assemble the gyrocopter you'll have the bombs as spare bits.
I picked up this box from out of the hobby cabinet. It has been sitting there for a while once I couldn't figure out how to move on.
Now I have some progress to show:
I magnetized them so I can change between the Terradon or the Ripperdactyl. I have done just one for now. I used magnets between all part. between the tail and the body there is also a iron pin to strengthen the body once build and on the stake.
Here are all the pieces apart:
I still need to add the collar to the Teradons neck and then glue the body of the skink to the body of the 'Bird'
Then I have 2 more to do and assemble all 12 Skinks for the box to be complete.
I had some prime-time today
It was the first time I primed a piece of scenery(build out of isolation foam) I was a bit holding back because of the reaction between the compressed gas(used in spraycans) and the foam.
At first sight no reactions visible, but on the other hand a very thin layer of paint is applied.
Glad to see the terrain taking shape, looking forward to those dwarfs.
Also happy to see all that magnetization for the skink riders, wish I had gotten into magnetizing stuff when I put that unit together, especially the heads!!
Thanks. The Dwarfs will have to wait, though. I would like to finish my SCB Ironjawz first.
Today I did some touch ups on the first 5 Ardboys. They are getting closer to being done:
This looks so good!! Well done man