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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-20-11, 07:15 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, I am working on a World Eaters Army currently and have decided that i would like you to journey along in my trek to prepare my army to collect skulls for the skull throne and blood for the Blood for the Blood God!!!

I am currently working on a Chaos Land Raider and a Chaos Rhino. I also have pics of a finished rhino. I hope you guys follow and comment on the progress. Thanks and remember
When life gives you Lemons.....Blood For The Blood God!!!!

Updated: 1/21/2011

I can't change the name of the thread but i seem to have turned my transports into a Khornate nurgle mobile



This is the project. One Rhino and one Land Raider



Primed in Grey and ready to go.



Undercoat in Merchrite Red then a coat of Gore Red over that.
Drybrush highlights in Blood Red
Then i painted on Delvan Mud NOT THICK.



Miliput Super Fine was used to do the effects.
















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looking good so far, especially the rhino, how big is your army going to be and what units
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Thanks! It's a 1500 pt WE army so I am running 3 eight man zerker squads and 2 daemon princes plus the stuff in this thread
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Might i suggest trying the GW spray gun or an air brush to put your wash on? It will help keep the streeks away.
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That's a great idea to USA a spray gun but for chaos you don't need it to be perfectly clean. It adds to the effect. Although I am still trying to figure out how to prevent or get rid of the shine that is created by the wash. And tips? I am about to go back over with another drybrush of blood red and that may do it but idk.
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...I am still trying to figure out how to prevent or get rid of the shine that is created by the wash. And tips?
I use matt varnish to both protect and dull the surface.
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Thanks, what kind is safe to use?

Also another update! I will be adding another zerker squad and rhino to this list along with one daemon prince on Saturday. As far as the LR goes...I should have it finished by tonight late.
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I use a spray matte varnish... So far I'm pretty happy with the one made by Army Painter...

Just be careful... a little goes a long way when you're spraying... if you get it too thick it can crack (like dried mud) and look flakey.... Also, when you're spraying... after the first pass, let it sit for a few and see if there are any areas you missed... Then you can either hit them again or use a brush on matte varnish for the area...

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Ok, cool thanks for the help
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Ok, have not started yet but am in need of detailed information on weathering on a model n general and also a good tutorial on how to do the weathered rivet look. Where it looks like a dark line of gunk under the rivet.
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