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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-05-13, 06:16 PM
falcoso
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I haven't actually painted any medieval stuff, but for stone bricks and stuff (I have them on my bases sometimes) I generally spray/paint black, then drybrush codex grey fortress grey and a little bit of white. GW do some pretty good castle towers and such, one of the old member of staff got loads of witchfate tors for his new store and made a really big tower as they all stack easily, they are really easy to change/convert from what I have seen

Me: To be honest im amazed there isn't a chaos god of not revising or at least chaos god of procrastination

MidnightSun: There will be, when enough people do it. Y'know when the Eldar were all engaging in their hedonism and Slaanesh ripped open the Eye of Terror with his creation? Slaanesh will have NOTHING on the God of Procrastination, and his vile minions will carve the galaxy asunder in a thousand year reign of blood.... Tomorrow
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