There is just to much trim.:ireful2:
But I am glad its done, I just don't know how people can be arsed to paint more than one. I wouldn't unless it was for money. But I am looking forward to the decimator.
Peace out heretics.
Here's some wip on the decimator engine
Just not sure what color to do the demon faces, whether to go blue with big highlight or red or a deep green like the demon sprouts on the hellbrute, on top of the regular blue base colours.
Any ideas would be most helpful.
Well my daughter was one on Saturday :so_happy: so been busy with life. But today I had some free time and got some modeling done :good: based an old dredd, so the poor sod is ready for the paint brush. After working on the obliterators thought I would get another two to a table top standard. I also got all the bits ready for a jugger lord witch if I get done in time will go in to the conversion comp. Here's a sneaky peek.
So once he's done its back to the painting
Peace out heretics
I think splitting the colours 4 ways with yellow added into Red, Blue and Green will detract from the model. I like the cold green, and the design is very nice - many people tend to choose a two tones for the model - you've done dark bronze and navy, with red as a spot colour and green for details - adding yellow in would possibly confuse things in my own shit painting opinion (literally, I've not painted a model for nigh on 3 years, and was crap even then - and I'm not talking as if in a fishing for compliments crap, or I'm crap compared to golden daemon winners etc like you see elsewhere)
I'm rambling and a quarter into a bottle of jack honey (tastes like shit, but daddy always told me to finish what I start so I shall), so feel free to ignoer.
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