Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Teve Torbes, Mar 8, 2018.
A little burned on assembling Seraphon, so I took a break and painted these boys for Shadespire.
Orange is almost red. And everyone knows the red ones go faster! Good job.
Once my Blood for the Blood God paint gets here they'll be a little more red.
Yay! But be careful and don't overdo it. There are a lot of people who ruin their great paint jobs by basically pouring that stuff all over them.
Sprinkles and drops and smears are what really looks cool.
Less is more with that stuff
Good stuff. Not a fan of orange armor for orks but I can understand it
Blood for the Blood God is interesting. Overall, I'm pretty happy with the effect. They really nailed the viscosity of blood. Now, no more distractions. I'm going to get a skink priest and five chameleon skinks knocked out this weekend and give my Seraphon some love again.
Agreed on BftBG. That and niklah oxide
Knocked out the Chameleon Skinks. Tried using the Waywatcher Green glaze on the flesh/scales, but not sure if it's all that noticeable. Seems like I get miniatures painted quickest if I clean them up, prime, and paint them within the first 24 hours.
Looks great. Nice bright colours!
Agreed, those classic chameleon colors look great!
Finished up the Skink Priest tonight too with one more whole day left in the weekend.
I love the bright colors! That one would fit well into my army as well.
Thanks! The best part of painting Seraphon/lizardmen is that I get to break out those nice, bright tropical colors that you don't often seen on miniatures.
Wow! Love the bright highlights. Great job!
I just noticed I haven't commented on your chameleons yet.
They look really poisonous!
I'd like a close up honestly.
I finally got those Battle for Skull Pass dwarves I've been eyeballing since 2006.
Better late than never!
Funnily enough they're newer sculpts than the majority of my Seraphon models.