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|11-22-17 11:18 AM|
More painting work. Refinement and other painting effects to be done to bring the grimdark up a few notches so its seen.
A nice angle shot here from the side and getting a little into the depth of the actual ship.
A closer shot with the rusting on the backs of the pipes and layers of dirt we piled up.
Internals of some compartments. Really happy with the hundreds of straws that died for this board and the MDF bits haha.
Some work on the cannon emplacement. Absolutely stoked with how this turned out. Couldn't have been more pleased.
|11-15-17 11:16 AM|
|11-14-17 12:25 PM|
Originally Posted by ntaw View Post
Originally Posted by Ring Master "Honka" View Post
Head on over to our facebook if you want to know more! facebook.com/districtterra
We are a long way off however getting up to this. We have a few smaller projects to go I believe. :D stay tuned!
|11-13-17 05:02 PM|
|Ring Master "Honka"||
i was just looking through this plog.
i love all this scenery i want to one day build a snow board but unfortunately lack time/space/skill to do it.
this is great keep it up i must see more.
|11-13-17 04:29 PM|
|ntaw||Looks amazing. Great job!|
|11-13-17 07:30 AM|
It all starts really coming together at this point. Weathering powders, tones with the airbrush, grease and oils and machinery colors.
The gun carraige I was really proud of, the movement of it also adds a lot with the gun being able to rotate and elevate.
Very dark and grim looking pipelines with gauges and sanded internals.
|11-05-17 07:26 AM|
We began with trying to shade areas I felt would have a lot of sand coverage and flow from the winds as well as obviously painting the sand itself. Very dark at first.
Laying down some basic colors other than sand. The purple strip was to help establish the space hulk as part of the customers army as he has a purple themed Blood Angels legion.
Gradually getting lighter as we went on.
|11-03-17 01:07 PM|
booyah! looking good man.
Why is the gun barrel not sprayed, out of curiosity?
|11-02-17 11:30 AM|
We added a lot more work to the front of the board for the models to blend in with, plus the customers basing is very debris heavy.
Back of the board needs attention too!
We got around to spray painting finally. The assembly coming apart for ease of painting was a great idea. I'm super happy that it actually worked as well as I hoped.
|11-02-17 11:29 AM|
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