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03-16-19 09:53 AM
Grokfog So I've not really had an update for a few days, been in a slump for the last fortnight. I won't bore people here with the details (I'll post in Pointless Venting, where it belongs), but suffice to say I've not been in a creative mood. Hoping that this weekend I can get back on the horse, so all being well I'll have a nice update soon :-)
03-12-19 11:55 AM
Grokfog
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Originally Posted by High_Seraph View Post
How did you do the base on tyberos or was that prebuilt?
The base is a resin one, but I can tell you how I painted it if that is any use to you?
03-12-19 08:40 AM
High_Seraph How did you do the base on tyberos or was that prebuilt?
03-12-19 12:42 AM
Grokfog
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Originally Posted by Nordicus View Post
A good way to challenge yourself, for sure. I usually don't dabble in speedpainting, but more batchpainting myself.

What's next on your table?
Tyberos the Red Wake :-)

Here's some photos.

After this I'm debating between a Vindicare and a Callidus, or some Primaris Marines. Although I do still need to finish my Custodian Guard and my Infinity Models...
03-09-19 11:35 PM
Nordicus A good way to challenge yourself, for sure. I usually don't dabble in speedpainting, but more batchpainting myself.

What's next on your table?
03-06-19 01:22 AM
Grokfog
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Originally Posted by Old Man78 View Post
You achieved in hours what normally takes me weeks/months
I'm not going to lie, it normally takes me that kind of time too. Which is kinda why recently I've been trying to challenge myself with painting faster. Hopefully I can get faster as well as increase the quality. I guess it just depends on how much I practice.
03-05-19 12:30 PM
Old Man78 You achieved in hours what normally takes me weeks/months
03-03-19 06:43 PM
Grokfog So, I decided to challenge myself today, and see if I could paint a model in a short shift.

I had a finecast Abaddon hanging around, and a 4 hour shift to get through.

I was at work, so had to serve customers and answer emails, but I'm still pretty happy considering :-)
02-23-19 10:35 AM
Grokfog Started off with a black base (army painter Matt Black), then I stole a makeup sponge from the wife (a triangular one, so I had some nice sharp edges to use).

Using a tile, I got a selection of colours (turquoise, light blue, white), and using the sponge I lightly dabbed the paint in the pattern I wanted, starting with darker colours and working up to very light spelling of white. Didn't keep too neat about it. Then painted in the star, and gave a coat of gloss varnish :-)
02-22-19 08:22 PM
High_Seraph How'd you do the paint job on that wraithknight's face plate thingy for your Iayanden army?
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