|A lot of rats at the adventurers' feet...|
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Monday, August 22, 2016
|Rat Swarms done! next up Wolves and Spiders|
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Saturday, August 13, 2016
Notes: The original binders notes are on page 39. The record for the work I did on both this model and the Empire Captain with Sword and Orc Head were poorly kept as I was preoccupied finding a new place to live at that time. Like all the other models I painted for an Empire army, I kept the red and white color theme as the main emphasis on the model. I did not paint in his eyes, but with how the helmet gives a natural shadow over the eyes, it does not look too bad; however, looking it up close...painting eyes will be one of my main areas I want to improve on.
Notes: The original binders notes are on page 38. The record for the work I did on both this model and the Empire Captain with Hammer and Pistol were poorly kept as I was preoccupied finding a new place to live at that time. For the model, I tried to keep the red and white color theme of the Empire that I had started with the Battle Master Empire infantry; however, since he is going to be a captain in the army, I wanted to give him some unique color to separate him from the regular troops. This turn out to be a light brown boots and hat compared to the deeper brown boots of the regular troops. I stained the sword's "Sigmar" engraving with a red wash, not entirely sure if I wanted it to be either a magic sword with a slightly red shine or blood soaked inside the engravings. Even though I did not paint the eyes, the shading seems to be good enough to give the impression of his eyes looking downward at his sword.
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Saturday, August 6, 2016
The Citadel Modular Hills are out of production terrain pieces from Games Workshop.
Notes: The work on the Citadel Modular Hills were done simultaneously with the Citadel Hills. For both hill types, I wanted it be a medium green color with patches of other grass colors. Having 4 pieces of 2 unique sculpts, there are multiple configurations that I can use the versatile modular hill pieces. They can be used as table corner pieces, combined two together for table edge pieces, or combine 4 pieces together for one large hill. The original binder notes were on page 29.
|Four separate pieces combined into one large hill terrain.|
The Citadel Hills are out of production terrain pieces from Games Workshop.
Notes: The work on the Citadel Hills were done simultaneously with the Citadel Modular Hills. For both hill types, I wanted it be a medium green color with patches of other grass colors. The Citadel Hills are larger than each Citadel Modular Hill; however, when you combine all 4 Citadel Modular Hills together, the regular Hills are smaller. The original binder notes were on page 29.
|Te four heroes stands on top of one of the two Citadel Hills (left)|
Notes: The modular Warhammer Fortress can be set up in many different configurations. It can be made into one very long wall, half a castle, or even a small fully enclosed fortress. The gate can be opened and closed and there are 4 door accessories to represent additional entryways to the the towers. The paint scheme for the terrain pieces I worked on in 2010-2011 are very simple, but effective in my opinion. At the moment, the terrain pieces are not sealed with any varnish. The original binder notes for the work done to the Warhammer Fortress is on page 28.
Monday, August 1, 2016
|Wrath of Ashardalon adventurers and Castle Ravenloft Rat Swarms|
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