And some clearer shots of them.
It's gonna be airbrushing tonight after dinner. For now. Some rest!
Gamesworkshop have done a phenomenal job in the sculpts of the GK. Too much maybe because I've never spent so much time painting details in my life!!!
Nonetheless they are now ready for the next and final stage of the painting.
Airbrushed power weapons and of cause the important OSL effect from the power weapons.
As you can see the two models the ghoul has been completed with asurmen blue and ogryn flesh wash.
The skeleton is simply washed with badab black after a white primer. Then drybrushed with white again to make sure the raised areas are white again to absorb and show the colors of the wash to follow.
How I did the ghoul was after achieving the "greyscale". I simply washed the skin with asurmen blue. Then again with orgyn flesh on the blue. And ogryn flesh on the cloths.
As you can see the results are quite impressive for a 5min paintjob.
Just remember to allow the washes to completely dry before adding other colors!!!
Now go get some washes and produce that army in 3 hours!!! Haha!
As can see from the picture at the bottom. The miniature is almost totally black when seen from the underneath.
More pics as I progress!!
Finally had time to touch my miniatures and went straight for the awesome dreadknight!
Been awhile since I did anything special for the bases for my miniatures. Since the base for the dreadknight was so large. I decided it deserved something a little more than just sand and flock. So I went through my bits and put this base together.
Now filled with miniatures instead of books and notes!
This guy is so huge and cool. I just decided that I need one more in my army. Who cares if they magnets for heavy fire? They are cool and that's all that matters!!! Will try to paint him up this weekend. Pics up as soon as I'm done!