Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Lord-Marcus, Dec 31, 2018.
Never played battlefleet gothic, I should give it a try sometime.
I have a few questions - how much do you charge and how do you stop yourself getting burnt out? I find if I have painted a unit of 40 models I don’t even want to look at a paintbrush for a week or two.
Price depends on the models I'd be painting.
I don't get burnt out because I do things in batches and I'll sub in a batch of troops that uses a completely different color scheme in between a couple batches of the main commission. Keeps me from having to see too much of one color and thus keeps things interesting.
Those skeletons for example
Done but not pictured, 10 more bloodletters. List on 1rst page updated
And another 10 bloodletters on top of those.
This weekend, pictured
5 command. 4 more then a break to some imperial troops and ships. March is probably going to be all about that base.
7 sisters of the bloody rose.
But wait there's more for today!
The Lance of Deliverance, an Avenger Class Grand Cruiser, forms up with the rest of the Segmentum Tempestus 5th battlefleet.
Even though I don't have the weapon mounts, I can still check the size of these newly received imperial cruisers against my battleships. Looks like a good fit.
Also, two test sancrosant chamber stormcast WIP.
2 stormcast sacrosanct
Plan for March:
Finish bloodletters commission
As many bases as I can build and paint for my personal armies
The occasional imperial troops.
Speaking of: 5 of the emperor's finest bolter boys, ready to deploy by shiny metal bawkses.
Second group of 5 tactical marines, finishing this squad.
27 32mm bases constructed. Next step is to trim, then final QC checks, then they are ready for paint.
And now for something completely 01000100 01101001 01100110 01100110 01100101 01110010 01100101 01101110 01110100
Work in progress on five more skitarii
Nice binary but I have two questions:
1. Why a capital letter to begin it?
2. Why not hex like everyone else does?
I like the model. I don't know why but it does look more precisely painted than a lot of your other stuff. Did you take a bit more time for it?