Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Crowsfoot, Mar 28, 2015.
Love the axe handle and the way you highlighted the metal
Very nice work @Crowsfoot , you do your forum title justice!
Next up, Mortis engine this thing is brilliant to paint.
As always comment away.
And brilliantly painted... I'd only thing I'd suggest is to improve you handwriting... it's practically impossible to read...
Also the Wight king looks great ...
Next up the Terrorgheist, I’m using him as a Zombie dragon with Lord as well.
I adore the Wight king model, yours is beautiful!! Love the axe
Do you have a stockpile of these lovely painted models, or are you painting and posting them in real time? (in which case we shall refer to you as the paint god)
Wow both models are stunning, that mortis engine looks especially ghostly!
I finished them last week and didn't have time to take pics, I'm trying to get the bases done this week on around 100 models.
Tthose all look awesome!
Also great job on the Terrorgheist's base, that's truly impressive.
(Im a fan of the mortis too now i think about it. All those green tones look very good!!)
Very nice nighthaunt stuff
It looks like the ghosts are really glowing. As someone who also goes for green ghosts I have to say I enjoy those a lot.
Nothing against @Ritual and his cold blue ones but these are right up my alley.
Looks like progressive green wash over white
I was thinking glaze. I did that for my Balewind Vortex. Not as cool as these but similar.
I can see glazing to get that effect, yup.
It's actually Biel tan green at the tail, then Waywatcher half way up then Nihilakh oxide, then drybrush with white skull.
If you want them a darker green base them with Celestra grey and drybrush with Pallid wych
Good idea, thanks!
The yellowish tone is Waywatcher and I have done the Hexwraiths in that and it looks so cool, I started basing them all last night, base coated 89 bases!
You can do this as well,
Base white then wash with Nihilakh oxide then when dry do a recess wash of Bieltan green (keep it in the deepest recesses) then drybrush Ulthuan grey and then do a spot highlight of white scar.