I spent this forenoon taking new photos of all my Iron Warriors models painted so far in order to have pics of them with a homogenous background. Here you are, enjoy (caution, pic-heavy!):
Techmarine Procudo's Servitor retinue
Land Raider 'Iron Duke'
Excellent. Very impressive collection and nice photography.ReplyDelete
Great stuff! Love the OSL on your Magus (particularly the backpack eyes). What color(s) did you use for the dusty weathering on your Land Raider?ReplyDelete
Hey you two, thank you very much.ReplyDelete
I airbrushed the lower rim of the chassis with Vallejo Model Air Mud Brown and then randomly allpied some Vallejo Pigments (Dark Red Ochre and Brown Iron Oxide) I diluted in spirit with a large brush. That simple!
Absolutley Outstanding work all around. Very nice theme, true to both the Iron Warriors and of course the actual style of play you are using the for. The air and paint brush work is tight and the weathering is spot on. Congrats on such a wonderful army.ReplyDelete
My question is: Can we get a blood tutorial?
Thanks for the info Stempe, very helpful.ReplyDelete
Hey Old School Terminator! Thank you very much for your comment. The blood is comparatively easy:ReplyDelete
- Mix some Chaos Black (but only very little) with Tamiya Clear Red and apply it with a brush by dabbing it onto the surface.
- Then do the same with pure Tamiya Clear Red and on a larger area around the darker previous mix.
Do this randomly and pull away the tip of the brush contrary to the direction the blade goes for some splatter effect. Hope this short tutorial was helpful.
Thanks for the new pics. What an great army. Definitely your best army so far. I love it.ReplyDelete
I especially like the combination of so many different bitz/part to create such an individual but easy to recognize army.
The paintjob was done pretty well to and therefore I am looking forward to your next project. How could you raise the bar more further?!
I was curious if you have a post about the treads on the land raider. Those are viscous! I'd love to know where you got them or if you did infact take the time to cut out a bunch of piece's of card. Thanks!
Thank you guys for all those nice comments.ReplyDelete
Good, if you have any further questions do not hesitate to write me an e-mail and I'll help you.