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Some time ago I decided that I was gonna roll Word Bearers, after a quick google session on how to paint WB properly I came across this jewel of a tutorial http://www.bolterandchainsword.com/index.php?autocom=ineo&showarticle=373

Since that day I have painted most of my models WB, now I would like to show you all how I faired on my journal towards Chaos.

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Here you see the legions Terminator Elite, led by the Dark Apostle Kelarhin

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A close up of Kelarhin, close ups off all the Terminators will follow next.

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The Daemon Prince Delissir to lead the legion into battle.

Any comments and feedback is greatly appreciated

Thanks!
 

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How exactly did you get your red like that? I have problems with red which is my punishment for choosing a World Eaters army, but part of it will be some Khorne devoted Word Bearers.
 

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How exactly did you get your red like that? I have problems with red which is my punishment for choosing a World Eaters army, but part of it will be some Khorne devoted Word Bearers.
I followed the tutorial I gave in the OP: http://www.bolterandchainsword.com/index.php?autocom=ineo&showarticle=373

Sometimes I used to much wash and I had to highlight the armourplates with Red Gore

Edit: Whoops wrong link, I guess nobody wants to see a Matt Ward Dreadknight :p
 

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Awesome thanks. Unsure whether to put loads of badab on my world eaters, or at least mix it with baal red, they just seem to red and there's no real distinction in the grooves etc.
 

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...the mould lines, I see what you mean but how would one fix them. I have no experience in that matter.
As it is tricky after the model is painted, I usually trim/file away all the lines I can find when I cut parts off the sprue then check again later to find any ones I have missed.

After painting the only option is to take your time to remove them very carefully then touch up the paint where it is abraded.
 

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I am a big fan of the darker red too. Makes them look suitably dark and brooding.
 
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