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06-11-10 07:57 PM
Daemonetteboobs Very clean, classic looking scheme. Nice work!
06-11-10 07:37 PM
Just what ive been lookin for


looks great mate,been lookin for a way to give my own space wolves some battle damage and weathering,cant wait to see if mine turn out the same.
11-11-09 09:36 PM
Damned Fist The weathering look really good. It adds a lot of character to the model. Well done
11-11-09 08:41 PM
Pherion Incredibly better with the weathering! I'm typicaly not a fan of battle damage as I play eldar, and they are all prissy and keep things in perfect condition... lol

+rep, this guy looks fantastic.
11-11-09 04:05 PM
odinsgrandson You know, looking at the original mini, I was going to suggest weathering, but you seem to have beaten me to it.

Nice work.
11-09-09 11:09 PM
Taggerung The weathering looks fantastic. Nicely done!
11-09-09 10:31 PM
Munky Right I managed to do some weathering on one side of him, what do you all think?

I hit the lower leg with a wash or two of Graveyard Earth/Charadon Granite, and painted the chips with Charadon, and highlighted them with the power armour highlight of Astronomicon grey/White mix.

Its a little time consuming but Im shocked by how much better he looks with it done!

Good feedback guys I really appreciate it.
11-07-09 02:49 PM
Munky I believe the idea will work its just putting all together, thats the hard bit.
I personalyy have been waiting for a LOOOONG time to get the new models and codex before I even think about starting my army, and I only wanna do em once lol!

Anyone have and good tips of tutorials or links even on weathering, mainly chips scratches and dust(for the the legs).

Il probably adapt an existing transfer for my great company, and freehand the changes onto it.

Id better get to thinking about the fluff for these guys........
11-06-09 11:31 PM
Syph Sounds like a plan mate, honestly. If I were to interpret the Codex-wolf comment, it'd be that you've painted it in a very neat, to the mark look. I do think the colour is a slightly grittier grey than the usual however, which I like. And again, after some Viking rune treatment, personalised Wolf Lord symbols and some weathering I think you'll have nailed it.
11-06-09 10:41 PM
Munky Thanks guys for your views I always appreciate your comments, I wasn't taking the "codex" bit the wrong way lol.
I was hoping to get a colour away from the current sky blue wolves, and it appears in the photo at least it looks like a codex wolf! Oops!
I really like the idea of the runes and weathering, I have got the Viking alphabet printed off and I was going to write the warriors names in runes.
I keep thinking about going with my own wolf lord and designing a symbol for him, possibly a good way to diverge from codex wolves?
Dammit I hate choices .......
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