Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Painting Progress - 20091229

I'm officially sick of painting Skaven.  That didn't take long, which is a little surprising.  I think it's because I focused on painting older models (slaves, giant rats) and not the neater, newer models.  I got through a block of 20 slaves and a bit of the way through a block of giant rats before I lost steam.

On the bright side, I'm painting my Daemons, now.  I've decided I'm happy with the paint scheme.

I fiddled around with several alternative approaches for the Hellblade.... and all of them looked like utter crap.  So, although the black w/ Coal Black highlights don't scream "Hellblade" so much as "Heckblade," they're the least worst approach.

So, I've been painting Bloodletters.

I did try a slightly different approach to doing the post-Ogryn Flesh Dheneb Stone wash: heavy drybrushing.  I'm not sure how I feel about it: I definitely don't like the result as much as the blocking out that I normally do but, boy howdy, it does go a lot faster.

(The one one the left is the drybrushed one.)

I also did a test model for the Flesh Hounds that's... a little different than the Bloodletters, but I think still works.

Also, unrelated to all of that, I finished off a Cygnar Squire I've had mostly there for quite some time.  Might as well post that now.

Anyway, status on the Daemons:


  1. The 'letters are looking great Rush, I think I prefer the drybrushed version myself. The puppy is pretty rocking as well, nice gold horns.

    And I gotta give props for that progress graph, nice!

    - Salvage

  2. I think I pretty much agree with Salvage, I love the puppy and I feel the dry brushed blood letter looks better.

    Gratz on that model that I know nothing about! Haha.


  3. Really nice painting job! I also like the paintings in older posts... You have a really unique style of painting, and it looks great!


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