So, I've been on a training course all week that had me revising in the evening, so no painting. I then ended up wasting my free weekend and doing very little apart from wandering around gaming stores chatting to people and doing a little undercoating.
So, at least team "easy Beastmen" are undercoated.
And here are the "hard ones. Sim, goddess that she is, pinned the arms and heads, and put in a rough filler for all the arms. On Sunday, I at least managed to green stuff their necks in to hide any pins from repositioned heads. I now need to file down the filler on the arms then liquid green stuff it to make it a little smoother.
The only other thing I achieved was undercoating Sim's goblin knights riding flying sharks. I haven't taken a photo of them, though.
Here's a thing I don't understand. Once you have attached the 'cross chest' lasguns how do you paint them. I mean, it must be tricky getting behind the lasguns. I assumed you had only bluetacked them in place.ReplyDelete
The paintbrush can reach further than the eye can see. Its a little tricky, but as they are just going to be done to gaming standards, not impossible.Delete
Yep - tabletop standard -> if you can't see it, don't paint it.Delete
I just throw a dark base coat in there, and a heavy black wash will cover that almost completely... and done, move onto the next one.
That makes sense. Looking forward to seeing them across the table.ReplyDelete
I love that you have a tag for 'wife'.ReplyDelete
It doesn't get much better than that, does it?
Oh, but it does. See, she's rigged her Livejournal Friends page to only pick up the posts marked as "wife" so all the "boring stuff" doesn't come across her feed...Delete