Monday, July 03, 2006

Paint update

So ..it was very warm this weekend and I didn't do very much. But somehow I still managed to do some painting:

Hormagaunt

I used the rubble from the basic ruins and to finish the rubbly thing I added some random junk (like dried up parts of paint).

I also inked my Broodlord. Atm it looks like crap (because of the inking)..but I hope it will look better soon:

BL inked

BL inked

Maybe more next week. I can't take the cam with me. I will probably paint more though.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Arjan said...

oh and I already corrected the wrong colored (or non-colored) spots you can see on the hormagaunt. Saw them on the pic..and corrected them instantly.

3 July 2006 at 14:20  
Blogger NLS said...

Wat a wonderful creation!
Cheer!

3 July 2006 at 20:51  
Anonymous Arjan said...

thanks :D

I tried to check your blog(s)..but my Burmees? (or what language it is..) seems to be far below par
^_^

4 July 2006 at 01:25  
Blogger The Angelus Sanctus said...

The BroodLord as i said is turning out well, just try not to lose alot of the wash step in the highlight stage thats all :P

Although.. I dunno.. if im liking how you are inking over what looks like pure bleached... You could try a bubonic coat and then drybrush with bleached, do a watered down wash and re highlight with bleached.

Gaunt looks good :D


-TAS

4 July 2006 at 01:31  
Blogger Erwin said...

he's not one that uses layering on a daily bases (nor do we PAINT on a daily bases:P)
I think he should try layering that fucker when he feels he can do it. try a gaunt first >.<

and.. oh yeah I updated!

15 July 2006 at 13:52  
Blogger The Angelus Sanctus said...

Layering would help him alot, but i suspect he is a lazy biznitch ;)


Dont make me pull out the remains of a gaunt and paint it in the SAME scheme MY way ;)


-TAS

15 July 2006 at 18:07  
Anonymous Arjan said...

hmm yeah layering.

But I blame Eavy metal for bitching up the program!
And I'm lazy..yeah..but look who's talking.
Might update tomorrow about Noorderspel.

15 July 2006 at 20:46  
Blogger R2K said...

Wow I love that work.

18 July 2006 at 00:02  

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