Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Canas, Mar 6, 2018.
My friend @Mesandres just calls those disc riders "the flying pizza guys"
what would the discs taste like? I'm curious now.
Also 20 kairic acolytes done. Only 20 more to go and 53 more of various tzaangor… it's progress I guess?
I don't know, good question!
They taste like death.... death to the enemies of Chaos!
death does not seem a fitting taste for something tzeentchian, that sounds more nurgley or you know nagash-y
magical death? ....or better yet.... funky coloured magical death?
And the second of the tzaangor. Only 52 more various tzaangor to go.
Your getting better
it looks vastly better on the picture than in real life imho, kinda weird
More tzaangor and a changeling snuck in as I got bored of painting tzaangor after tzaangor.
To be honest, they're not the worst to paint. It's just that nearly everything in a tzeentch army is a mutated bird person and for some inexplicable reason they're a freaking horde unit. Just so much tzaangor. I feel I haven't said tzaangor enough. Tzaangor.
I often feel the same about painting horde units. I have to stop and do something else in between.
Same, I try and reward myself after a grind of 20 mobs and paint something fun. I have 20 grots hanging over me that I really should get done.
Tzaangor are just kinda weird as a horde. They're much bigger than the usual horde models, and also significantly more powerfull. It feels kind of wrong in that aspect. At least paiting individual ones goes relativly quickly.
They look great!
Did some more tzaangor, including the first banner. Only 39 more to go, I think.
Also it's the first time I tried painting a shape on it.. I can't say I've entirely succeeded.
And finished the other banner carrier. This time the shape on the banner actually looks like something. Don't ask me what, but it's definitly a shape
Free hand is hard, it needs a lot of practice.
Don't give up!
I've never been able to draw a straight line with anything, it's depressing
Same here, but you can find ways to mitigate those problems and work around your limitations to a certain degree.
I was surprised to see how well it can work for myself, even though it is tedious.
Sketching the design out on paper helps as you get a feel for the design, break it down into simple shapes and make sure your paint is thin, you can also use a pencil and draw the design on the model but be very gentle you want faint lines.