So this week I'm going to go over everything that I've worked on (that I can remember), since my last Wizardry in Progress write up.
As Linguini says, let's do this thing!
Dusting the Legion
|Most of my current models for my Steel Legion army are not 100% finished.|
In order to finish them up I sprayed them all with AK Interactive Ultra Matte Varnish. This stuff is amazing, and there is no residual sheen left at all, unlike other matte rattlecan sprays. I am completely sold on that matte varnish, and will never use anything else on the market.
Once the matte was dry, I went to work on them with Secret Weapon Weathering Pigments. I mixed Rust Red, Rust Orange and Burning Sands together on a plate and then used an old brush to dust the models. Starting on the base and working up the model, getting lighter as I went up.
The effect, coupled with the gloss on the metals and matte finish, looks great. These fellas could easily be seen as existing on a harsh Martian plains.
Death Korps Death Rider Commander
|After languishing on my desk for weeks/months. I finally caught the bug to finish up the current squad of Death Riders.|
I had originally planned on painting the remaining riders first. But, flipped it to the commander instead, because it just felt like it would be a blast to knock out.
He's fairly close to finished. I just need to paint his base, hit him with matte varnish and then dust him with pigments. But, dang he is looking good already!
|Dan, the Lonely Havoc, and one of my best bros decided that he wanted to do a give away and promote kindness in the Twitter #warmongers community.|
For this give away, he asked the community members to say something nice about another community member. He would then pick, at random, a winner from a list of folks who were mentioned.
As fate would have it, I was chosen as the recipient and on Monday the giant box of goodies arrived! I couldn't resist assembling the terrain for the game and looking it all over.
This stuff is amazing!
Thanks Dan for sending it my way. I can't wait to game on it.
That's all for now. Now that I'm getting back into the swing of this thing, expect regular updates again.
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Thanks for reading!