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PriorofDeath
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PostSubject: Prior's Work Table   Sun Apr 17 2016, 06:53

So I figure it's time that I start up this log. I've recently gotten the painting bug again after getting overwhelmed by buying to much plastic crack and real life obligations. I've started to chip away at the pile of started and bare plastic I have around this past week and have been finding much bliss in it.

So here is where I'm at. (Pics will be added tomorrow when I can get my SO to track down the camera charger which died during my Dark Artisan photo shoot.)

Kabal and Coven yet unnamed.

Fully Completed with bases:

Nothing!!!!!

Fully Painted w/o completed bases:

x10 Kabalite Warriors
x1 Archon
x5 Scourges
x1 Urien Rakarth
x1 Talos
x1 Chronos

Partially Painted/primed and/or in state of needing repair:

x1 Raider (Partially Painted)
x1 Ravager (Repair Needed/Partially Painted)
x1 Venom (Bare Plastic/Partial Repair)
x5 Incubi (Base Coated Ready for paint)
x3 Converted Skaven Stormfiends as Talos (Bare Plastic Ready for Paint)
x3 Reavers (Partially Painted, ready for continuation)
x10 Wyches (Paritally Painted, In need of repair)

Still on Sprue
x5 Incubi (Saving for Archon/Corsair conversion pieces, or more Incubi in future)

This past week I completed final touches on my Talos, completed my Chronos, and finished up my Urien Rakarth model. I'm a little burnt out of doing the skin currently and having so many tiny little parts to paint in hard to reach locations on the chronos but I'm totally happy with them. I learned a whole lot and painting daily has really increased my brush control and steadied my shaky hands.

Here is my Completed Dark Artisan

My next chunk to work on is my reavers. I plan on experimenting with some Ak Heavy Chipping fluid and working with my airbrush some more. I have one bike completed with vallejo chipping fluid but want to try out AK Heavy Chipping after having unsatisfactory results with vallejo's fluid. I have one base coated with a stippling affect instead of my previous air brushed base boat which I'm happier with.

**ANY C&C WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED**

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PostSubject: Re: Prior's Work Table   Mon Apr 18 2016, 23:15

Well it's not so much c&c as I had to close your log to prevent myself drooling on my pillow. Your DA looks amazing.
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PostSubject: Re: Prior's Work Table   Tue Apr 19 2016, 00:09

Indeed, it looks great!
I especially like the dark green to bright yellow vials and tubes.
As i am going for something similar, im curious, how do you do it?
Because as there's no real colour scheme for that from gw, i've been experimenting with colours for ages Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Prior's Work Table   Tue Apr 19 2016, 00:33

Thanks much!

@Marrath wrote:

I especially like the dark green to bright yellow vials and tubes.
As i am going for something similar, im curious, how do you do it?
Because as there's no real colour scheme for that from gw, i've been experimenting with colours for ages Laughing

I start with warpstone glow, then highlight with moot green. This becomes my base with dark green recesses. If you want you can work in some biel-tan green but I find this step redundant and only darkens the moot green. It can help with the shadow transition though. I'll then take some yriel yellow and mix it with the moot yellow in varying concentrations to make a good color spread. From there just work up to the yellow. I find the thinner these layers are the better. I usually hit it with 3-5/color for each color ratio between the moot green and yellow. Hope that helps.

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PostSubject: Re: Prior's Work Table   Wed Apr 20 2016, 03:01

Yeah, will go with more layers too, as a smooth transition seem super important here, thanks for the tip.
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