Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Crowsfoot, Mar 28, 2015.
"PAIN'T IT AWL RED!" You could call him your Target Master! (Bullseye for short.)
Make sure to post pics
Finished the Troglodon that has been made from the left overs from the Start Collecting box
As always comment away
And Finished the Slann off gave his hands a wash etc.
Water effects are nice, what did you use?
Slann looks good too, contrast is excellent.
Woodland scenic realistic water then added the waves with woodland scenic water effects, I painted the base blue/grey around his body then while wet blended in greens, applied a thin coat of realistic water then let it dry added another coat but tinted it green then a final coat tinted blue, added the water effects then drybrushed white on the crests.
Pleased with the model to say it's just spare bits.
I've bought some clear resin for a more ambitious project later on in the year.
Changing the hands to purple really did help in framing him, glad you passed on some of your knowledge from the masterclass.
Looks nice, I'm thinking either water or snow bases for whatever army I do next.
The intense spot colours on the throne also add a lot.
I love the water base! And the whole troglodon looks awesome. I wish I could also create such a lovely base .)
Slann's purple hands give him the contrast needed and rounds him up perfectly. Very nice job!
Wow! You did a phenomenal job on that Troglodon! (I might have to steal that idea....)
And the base for your Slann looks super cool! I bet you had fun with that!
Believe it our not the base took about 20 minutes with an airbrush and a scouring pad
Oh, I can tell, but it still looks great! That's exactly the kind of effect you want to get when using an airbrush on a flat surface. People don't realize just how difficult creating a layered effect on a flat surface actually is, until they try it.
I think that's the best "swimming Troglodon" I have seen yet. Great job!
The Slann is nice as well.
Amazing work, the water base for that troglodon is perfectly done!
You said you made your Troglodon from spare parts, did you use the main body part or was that a spare you has as well? I don't think I have enough parts to make one like that without using the main body.
The body is green stuff, full tutorial is here bud.
Very very nice, I shall be doing the same now ;D thank you sir.
Both looking great.
As mentioned elsewhere...wow... I really love what you’ve done with the troglodon. I was going to have the head poking out a cave (to use the trog part of his name) and have it as a piece of themed scenery but to see it harnessed as a usable model.... Bravo.
How many Necromancers would you have?