Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Rhino fully painted, 2nd drybrush

This is how it looks after the 2nd drybrush stage. First drybrush was done with Fortress Grey, 2nd with Undercoat White. Somehow the foundation color handles better when drybrushing ;).
Next is detailing unpainted areas then inking, then done :)

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Partly coated Rhino

I found a method to decently coat a large model with brushes. Of course it doesn't compare with an airbrush job, but it will have to do. It goes a little something like this:
- cover a large surface with color by using a large brush and thinned-out paints.
- repeat the process until the color of the coat is very close to the one in the bottle.
- drybrush the area to cover spots that show irregularities in the paint ;)


Saturday, February 7, 2009

Oh noes, Rhinoes!

Assembled with the exception of the top hatch :) Also, the interior has been painted.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

New marine, new technique

Basically, this one has been done with a lot of drybrushing, starting with Knarloc Green, then mixing in some Dark Angels Green for dark spots and gradually adding Camo green. The pseudo-shading on the shoulders, kneepads , legs and such has been done manually with wet blending.

Looks more like a Nurgle marine than a regular one, but oh well.. it will have to do :D