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Blog Huatli’s Horde

Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Bandicoot, Mar 12, 2018.

  1. Bandicoot
    Saurus

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    So damn close. Lots of little things to do including most of the base work, but I’m super happy with how it’s coming along
     
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    Slann

    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    Yeah it's looking good so far ;)
     
  3. Bandicoot
    Saurus

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    Finally done with my box of skinks. Really happy with how the last set of ten turned out.

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    Looking absolutely fantastic! One thing I’m intrigued about is the fact that all you bases seem to be on the shoreline. Have they been designed to function with the units as a shield wall?
     
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    @ravagekitteh thank you very much, it’s really cool to see how far I’ve come! In all honesty I hadn’t realized until it was much too late that that was exactly what I had done. I was just sort of rolling with what I knew. Now that I have one box of just about everything (still missing a unit of gator boys) I’ll have to start filling out the ranks on either side
     
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    Just the eyes and the tail left on this guy. I have given up entirely on the gem because freaking yikes. This was one of the first models I did fully submerged and I’m fairly happy with the waves, however I wish I had been patient enough to do a few more layers of the water effect as he sort of looks like he’s floating on the water instead of being partially submerged in it. Something to take forward I suppose!
     
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    Bastiladon

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    Personally I think it would make sense for the Seraphon to walk on water - what with them being summoned by the Slann and being made of pure starstuff
     
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    Slann

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    Very nice and your right, look how far you have come :)
     
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    I’m not insanely proud of the paint job on these guys. Tried several things That didn’t go well and color schemes I ended up not liking....But my six rippers with terrafon heads are done.
     
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    Slann

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    That's a beautiful paint scheme though!
     
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    I agree that the colour scheme is really good. I’ve not commented before but I love your basing work in this thread. And hey, at least you’re trying stuff and putting in the hours! Sometimes frustration occurs because you are noticing things as a painter that you don’t know how to do better yet, but that too is progress, just in your eyes and not your hands.
     

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