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post #31 of 66 (permalink) Old 03-08-15, 07:49 PM
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Thank you for all the kind words and the encouragement.

Okay. I can't seem to stop tinkering with him.

Added a name plate to the base and some further tinkering on the sword.

Also I've started painting up some jump packs recently and wondered if anyone could give any tips on OSL?

Brother-Sergeant Orpheus of the 1st Squad, 2nd Company.

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Mate this marine just gets better and better every time. That nameplate looks awesome, I've got to do something similar on mine.

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My OSL method is to paint the model completely apart from the lights, then do a three layer build up of colour for the lights, with a final white highlight. Then I drybrush the second lightest layering colour across the parts of the model where appropriate for the OSL. Use a reference to get a clearer picture of how the light will fall from that sort of source.

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My OSL method is to paint the model completely apart from the lights, then do a three layer build up of colour for the lights, with a final white highlight. Then I drybrush the second lightest layering colour across the parts of the model where appropriate for the OSL. Use a reference to get a clearer picture of how the light will fall from that sort of source.
Thanks Iraqiel, I'll try that out on the jump packs.

I've got a small force lined up for painting. On the list I've got one tactical squad, an assault squad, a scout squad, a razorback a 5 death company and a chaplain as the starter force.

Though at this rate it will take me years to complete. I'm also going to use the slightly larger 32mm bases with a snow affect as I wanted a finish which would show off the armour a little more.

I've just finished the second member of the tactical squad, brother-marine Santos:

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Youve got a really nice red going on these marines with just a touch of highlighting. Nice work man. I would suggest however that you should maybe think about batch painting. instead of working on 1 model at a time do a tactical squad of 5 and see how that goes. you may find it a surprising way to really speed up your painting without dergrading the ability to individualize the minis.

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Youve got a really nice red going on these marines with just a touch of highlighting. Nice work man. I would suggest however that you should maybe think about batch painting. instead of working on 1 model at a time do a tactical squad of 5 and see how that goes. you may find it a surprising way to really speed up your painting without dergrading the ability to individualize the minis.
Thanks SwedeMarine I do batch painting with goblins but I get bored of painting the same colour for more than five minutes at a time. I find it more therapeutic and effective for myself to paint in two or three models at different stages so I can keep swapping before I get too bored. Hope that makes sense. Of course that goes completely out the window when painting night goblins, in which case I have developed a dip and flick technique.

So with that in mind. The latest member is an assault marine with melta:

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Looking good mate, those are some mean looking Blood Angels altogether. Interesting use of the blue for his jump pack, I would personally have created a white spot in the middle and then had the raised parts of the interior appear less hot.

Having said that, what you've done looks really good, so don't take my words above as anything other than a difference in style.

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So another week has gone by and the Chaplain is finished:



As well as that I've uploaded a group shot of the Tac squad so far and what models are coming next:





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Hey, the images appear to be missing.

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Hey, the images appear to be missing.
Thanks Kreuger. I can see them, so I'm not sure what's going on there. Here they are uploaded via Tapatalk:

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And here's a few basecoated ready for their new clothes.

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Honestly with the amount of time it takes me to paint models, I'm tempted to perfect a dip and flick technique.
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