Post by Major Downer on Sept 5, 2018 3:31:12 GMT -5
Thanks Jud, It really is the hardest, I have both flock and sand snow but still can't get an amazing result, I think I'll watch some youtube tutorials laster for next time around with my Seraphim squad.
Petsonally I feel like basing squads is a bit easier (although big bases help too) because you can mix it up a little; have one two bases covered completely in snow, another with large patches of snow over a field of grass/rock, one with most of the terrain showing and only a bit of snow, etc. It doesn't make a lot of sense, but it gets the idea of "snow covered field" across sinoly because it shows different.
Post by Major Downer on Sept 13, 2018 2:03:29 GMT -5
I'm a very busy man Jud, I hope I can stay that way until Christmas.
Just forgot to put the wash over the brass armour and then he's done. I find weathering stressful, trying to balance everything and not going over the top. I think on my 3RD assault launcher I've got it spot on.
Tonight I will be getting messy with the weathering powders for the Assault launcher and then Pictures.
Post by Major Downer on Jan 17, 2019 2:42:57 GMT -5
Thank you gents.
The search light is really cool, I magnatized it because it kept falling off all the time but now she sits firm. I have the old imperial Armour book so I'll have a look tonight, if not I'll use the same as the platform rules.
Next up will be the Vulture Gunship and then (Once relesed) the Genestealer Bikers that I'll be converting to Vostroyan Rough riders.
Looks amazing! I especially like the red cockpit, ties it in perfectly with the rest of your force.
Do you always use an airbrush?
Cheers Jud, I’m glad you like the colours.
I use a small Air brush just for tanks and larger units and then brush work for details and Troops. I don’t use anything special as I’m a learner, it’s a small Nail art compressor that does the basic jobs I need. You can find them on eBay cheap.