Saturday, June 9, 2018

Wargaming miniatures roundup

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I haven’t done a throwback this week with all the WIP shots and so I decided to go right back to the very start of my Instagram experience. Before I was posting on here at the end of last year I did a collaboration with @anvils_of_konor and painted this guy. It was Jacks post on Instagram that peaked my interest in starting to use my Instagram account and then I was convinced by @bigdenopaints a month or so later and couldn’t be happier, insta is where it’s at for minis! Was pretty happy with this guy at the time and still happy with him now, you’ve probably already seen him posted by anvils already but a throwback to get him on my account can’t hurt ;) converted / built by @anvils_of_konor, base and paintwork by me. If you’re not following Jack then you should definitely check out his page @anvils_of_konor he does some awesome work! #throwback #collaboration #emperorschildren #3rdlegion #paintingminis #paintingminiatures #paintingwarhammer #paintingforgeworld #gamesworkshop #warhammer40k #warhammer #horusheresy #horusheresyfigureseries #vardo
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Deepmare scales tutorial: Hey hey! So a few people have been asking how I did the scales on my deepmare so here’s a little tutorial to show how easy it is! 1. Base wild rider red. 2. Shade with a 50/50 mix of khorne red and Lahmian Medium. Your aiming to cover about 3/4 of the scale here. I find if you start in the crevice and wiggle out you can blend it out smoothly. 3. Deep shade with a 70/30 mix of abbadon black and khorne red. Again use Lahmian Medium to blend it out. Now just focus on the top half of the scale, your just trying to add depth not saturation as with the previous glaze. (Don’t worry about being messy with these two stages, we’ll tidy it up with the edge highlights!) 4. Chunky edge highlight troll slayer orange. 5. Edge highlight kislev flesh. 6. Extreme edge the top tip of the scale with a 50/50 mix of Kislev flesh and white scar. That’s all! Hope this helps everyone and try not to judge my painting skills too much, it’s terrifying putting up such zoomed in pics of my models 😂 #idonethdeepkin #ageofsigmar #paintingwarhammer #hobby #tutorial #scales #warmongers #gamesworkshop #warhammer #deepmare
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