The Games That Defined Someone Who Might Blog One Day
I picked up an assault on black reach kit. I also hit up a craiglist guy, and picked up what I thought was a good deal at the time (it was probably 90% off now that I think about it).
After playing a few games, I realized how important it was to paint the figures. (Where is my big shoota!) And thus begins my painting journey!
Painting Progress 2010-Current
I'm quite excited about James process, as it is an "elevated" version of using glazes and washes to paint. You create the palette of your model, through vibrant colors, then bring it forward with glazes and washes.
Time Ta Go Clobber Somefing!
The two bases will follow a similar structure, with opposing color schemes, and subtle differences. The orks will be based on tundra/grasslands, with pops of green, yellow, and some muted reds. Grit will be fine, medium, large, with a rock here or there to add some flare.
The summoned orks, will feature the same base, only in tones of grey and ash, with skulls replacing the rocks. The orks themselves will be overly vibrant to compensate for the duller bases. (red, purple, green/oranges).
That is my ideas thus far at least! Will have progress photos soon! (I'm sick so haven't done too much hobby stuff other then spend money!). Keep on painting and building guys! Till next time!