Monday, January 5, 2015

Blightking test piece

Here is my quick test piece for my Blightking team.  I tried both styles shown on the box but was unhappy with both... So I split the difference and mixed the turquoise blue and angels green together for a classic chaos jade.


And the first 'free' Blightking made from left overs!



Plus a little more progress on free Blightking number 2 (Papa Nurgle likes number two's too).



Just another four to go!


16 comments:

  1. Good ol' jade and red works wonders ! Are you keeping armour plates clean as is or will you add oxydations and rust ?

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    1. Good question. I will come back to that after they are all done. I suspect yes, but they look kinda clean and sharp at the moment.

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  2. Gaaahhh. That first "free" model is the best of the bunch by far. You are quite the talent, ma'am. The shaded undercoat by itself is already fantastic- I know the paint job can only turn out great from that. Nice work!

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    1. Gaaawww, thanks. You have jinxed it now.

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  3. The green stuffing works very well and chaos jade is much richer for so important a set of chaos heros, well I think so.

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  4. llooks great. i wonder if the same can be done with the forsaken sprue? there seems be a massive amount of choice on there for creating some chaotic goodness :)

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    1. Funnily enough that was my last purchase of the year!

      I am wondering if I can use all the parts in ONE model. :)

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  5. You are very clever! I wish there was some way I could watch you paint...uhm not in a creepy way just I find that the best way to see how a painter has developed their style.

    Also somethings wrong wth your finger nails they look all pink and transparent? ;)

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  6. Love it and the excellent use of leftover bitz. Think I will have to purchase this kit and add to my Nurgle hordes - thanks for the inspiration!

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  7. Love the jade! Did you just add white for the highlights?

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