hmmmm, not seeing anything there!?! not sure as to why that would be.
Agreed! Good start indeed. The only question I have is, are all the horses going to look the same? (No varigation in colours or markings from one to another) I don't think that it really matters one way or the other..., I'm just curious.:victory:Nice start to the marauders Wraith.
Sorry for the immensely long delay to this reply Az. When it comes to painting, I use fairly watery paints in general. This means a few more coats but not as many as you would think. What really smooths it out for me is that I make HEAVY use of GW's washes when I paint. In fact, the skin on the horses for example. That is quite literally 3 coats of paint that ends up significantly brighter than the end result followed by more than a few layers of washes. The way I paint, I build up my layers to a fairly bright level and then use washes in successive coats to darken the model down to where I want. Hell, even the metals are done in the same way with mithril silver being added to the main colour before I use washes to darken down to the look I want. It is nowhere near as hard as you might think and the thing to keep in mind with this army is that the paint scheme is quite simple and very easy and quick to achieve.Wraithlord, i have been looking through alot of your stuff and how do you keep your paints so smooth.. i cant see any brush lines at all.. is there a way to do this without doing a million layers.. i just find my paint always come out a bit streaky.. is it my bruth or my paints or both?
Perhaps another warrior standing in the front before the banner?