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11-15-11 10:32 AM
Dave T Hobbit Not sure about the grass levels; I think it looks natural, if a little "happy" for chaos.
11-14-11 04:20 PM
viking blood Well, finished basing him, and I'm sure that there is too much static grass, but I'm thinking it's time to move on to other things by this point. Got the cape attached so it looks a little more natural as well.

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11-14-11 01:53 PM
viking blood Yeah. Bout a eight onion skins, cover with water and boil till you get the color you want. Remove the skins and boil down till you get your right wash consistency.
11-14-11 10:30 AM
Dave T Hobbit
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...I've read your thread on you chaos army and its phenomenal!
Thank you.

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...I didn't have any sepia wash, but got creative and made one out of onion skins.
It seems to have worked well.

Did you use water as a base for the onion wash?
11-13-11 06:46 PM
Doelago Looks good.
11-13-11 06:43 PM
viking blood Okay, so I am now smarter than my camera, so the picture quality seems a lil better. Also I didn't have any sepia wash, but got creative and made one out of onion skins. Ummm.....yeah, onion skins. Might sound odd, but seems to look good. Also got started on basing it, the rocks are made from plastic styrene and the stump is, well, a plastic tree base. So a stump.

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Hope it looks better now, as always any questions or comments or critisism is welcome
11-12-11 08:43 AM
Disciple_of_Ezekiel Looks good Viking Blood, however, I would disable the flash on the camera. The flash is bleeding out the color on the model making it hard to see the work you have done.
11-12-11 06:49 AM
Alexious I would suggest the same on the gold too or move to a burnished gold rather than the shiny type. It will dull them a little. As others have said. Sepia wash is your best friend.
11-12-11 12:25 AM
viking blood gnonna try a brown wash on the bone then finish my base. Used plastic styrene to form a couple of rocks and its just finishing after that. hopefully finish this week ansd get some pictures up
11-11-11 07:45 PM
troybuckle Looking good so far, will be nice to see it finished.
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