All I have to say is WOW! Amazing work with the green stuff. I first thought that it was a torturer's table from the reaper line until I saw your scratch building. I believe I now have an idea for my DA Interigator Chaplain's rhino. Remember that plagerism is a form of flattery.
Thanks for all your comments. My GS technique has hit a block as it were. I keep looking at the greens that the GW people do, and I want to take it to that level, and Im sort of struggling a bit. I cant get the crispsness I want. Maybe I need to go and get advise from a sculting forum :biggrin:
The rhino is for my Chaos Sisters, The order of the poisoned chalice. Cant remember where I got the idea actually, it just sort of came to me.
I mainly use the standard GW sculting tool, along with a couple of cheap tools I picked up on a market stall, One has a sort of curved pointed end, and the other a very thin paddles end. Also I use vaseline to stop the tools sticking, not water.
The pen is just something I always use. Its only a permanent marker, in a colour I know is going to be hidden with the undercoat. Just helps to get everything in the right place.
My next chaos vehical is a MkI landraider, which is going to be a .... well Im not going to say, you will haev to wait and see, but I will post WIP as I go. Just have some painting to finish off before I start it.
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