29 paź 2014

Orc Pilot Bust

C'tan, Miniatures, Orks, Single minis Posted by C'tan No Comments

Hello, not so often I have such big heads on my desk. This bust is pretty cool detailed and very good casted. It comes in one piece and you don’t need to spent hours to prepare mini to paint. It’s new stuff from Kromlech.eu, soon will be released (around middle of November) so be prepared!

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29 paź 2014

Lord of Decay

C'tan, Chaos Space Marines, Conversion, Single minis Posted by C'tan No Comments

Hello, I’d like to present you my conversion of Nurgle Lord. Parts was taken from various minis and kitbashed into one guy. Also if you’re intrested how to paint meaty textures on cape just check out this tut – Meat cape tutorial. There is explained how it’s created step-by-step.

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22 paź 2014

Red Scorpions Chapter Master

C'tan, Conversion, Miniatures, Single minis, Space Marines, Warhammer 40k Posted by C'tan No Comments

Next part of Red Scorpions Army I’m painting. It’s conversion based on Lysander from Imperial Fists.

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26 sie 2014

Saxon Orrik

C'tan, Miniatures, Minions, Single minis, Warmachine Posted by C'tan No Comments

Some latest painted stuff for Hordes/Warmachine – Saxon Orrik. Pretty nice desert guy with rifle. I always wanted to paint him in mujahedin sniper style. I saw many olive and modern patterns but don’t like them too much.

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26 sie 2014

Nurgle Herald

C'tan, Chaos Space Marines, Demons of Chaos, Forge World, Single minis, Warhammer 40k Posted by C'tan No Comments

Nurgle Herald from Forge World is surely much different than GW one. This guy is just a snail with robocop’s arm improvement. Truely it’s hard choice between Plaguebearer looking or snail one. Anyway it’s always good to have two of them :)

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26 sie 2014

Casket of Souls

C'tan, Miniatures, Single minis, Tomb Kings, Warhammer FB Posted by C'tan 1 Comment

It was long time ago when I first time painted some skeletons to Tomb Kings. It’s good to refresh some bones with antique style.

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22 sie 2014

Pedro Kantor

C'tan, Single minis, Space Marines, Warhammer 40k Posted by C'tan No Comments

Hello, I have today pictures of Pedro Kantor from Crimson Fists. I like his bolter mounted on hand, pretty nice detail. On this model I wanted to have fully saturated colors and I think it work. Miniature is FOR SALE, if you’re interested just wrote me a line at lukassz.grzyb@gmail.com.

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13 sie 2014

Meat cape tutorial

Chaos Space Marines, Miniatures, Painting techniques, Step-by-step, Tutorials, Warhammer 40k Posted by C'tan 5 Comments

 

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Hello, I have painted some fresh meat cape for my nurgle lord project. If you’d like to have similar one just follow steps below. I make this tutorial very fast to demonstrate just technique, so don’t care about lack of accuracy with painting. When you paint your mini you have to take more attention to it.

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Paints used:

  • Deep Red (Reaper)
  • Tallarn Flesh (GW)
  • Porcelain Rose (Reaper)
  • Creamy Ivory (Reaper)
  • Dark Flesh (GW)
  • Black (Vallejo)

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I sprayed with mix of Deep Red and Tallarn Flesh on piece of plasticard.

meat-cape-tutorial-3I used watered down Porcelain Rose and paint simple lines.

meat-cape-tutorial-4Then second layer of Porcelain Rose.

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I wanted to have more round edges so sharpen it with next layer of paint.

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I highlighted edges with Creamy Ivory.

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I put some shadows into holes using  watered down Dark Flesh.

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More Dark Flesh was added to separate part of pattern.meat-cape-tutorial-9

Finally Black to deepest shadows. After this step is good to make transitions smooth using previous paints and made it sharp with Creamy Ivory or other light paint.

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Here is final product, a bit colored with Hawk Turquoise and Sepia.

If you like this style capes, just check out my second tutorial:

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http://fantasygames.com.pl/blog/cape-painting-tutorial/