Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Fulcrum, Mar 23, 2017.
Thanks everyone for the really kind words!
Managed to just squeeze in this unit of Blood Reavers before the end of April. They're painted very quickly as I don't want to spend as much time on chaff, but they look good enough to satisfy me.
Feels like I've eternally been traveling for the last month, but I finally have had a weekend to relax so I got a lot of painting in!
Here are the halbediers I said I would complete in May.... And also absolutely made me hate painting yellow.
A dragon lord horse, who is the chosen hero of one of our players in our narrative campaign.
And finally, fear not peasants for I shall be your shield! Not a GW model but converted with some GW parts and a Fireforge knight. Also where I learned to use yellow spray primer to make yellow much easier to work with.
They look really good, nice job on the bases as well.
Yellow is hard to do. Yours looks great. Good job!
Very nice looking, very Bretonnian of you
Family portrait of all the Lizardmen I've gotten done recently.
You can't just stick one pic up like that we demand individual close ups, they look excellent, bases look really good as well.
I'm lovin' that Salamander! Would love to see some close-ups!
Ohhhh, I love it!
The detail on Troglodon's tail - that white line of scales - is great!
Lol, well looks like I'm going to have to post some more pictures. I'll snap a few when there's daylight here again to have better lighting...
They are all grown up!
Great looking family photo
+1, nice models
And as requested, some close ups:
Salamander squad painted up with the standard GW paint scheme. Picture doesn't quite capture all of the drybrushing on the salamander.
Some better pictures of my Lord Kroak from the slann painting challenge from not too long ago.
The skink priest Prt'zl, who leads my warband in campaigns. Also painted to the GW scheme.
And finally a temple guard banner I adopted from an ebay purchase. His paint job wasn't bad, and with new basing he fit well into the army with only some minor touchups.
Big fan of how you painted Lord Kroak, especially the back of the throne and the vines.
Did you green stuff extra leaves and vines too?
Thanks! I did yes, one of my earlier attempts at working with green stuff.
They all look superb