I have finished painting the first of my future Plague Marines Squad. These figures are resin made, so detail is really good. Also, I wanted a more rough appearance so I applyed Squadron Green putty in many points so the armor has more texture. Finally I'm happy with the results, so I will paint the rest of the squad as this one.
Sunday, 28 August 2016
This is a miniature from Reaper Miniatures Bones series. It's made of flexible plastic, wich is perfect for use it in wargames as it is lightweight and more resistant to scratches than the metal versions. Mi última figura pintada. Esta es una miniatura de Reaper Miniatures, de la serie Bones. Está hecha de plástico flexible, lo que la hace perfecta para ser manipulada en wargames. Pesa poco y resiste bien los arañados y posibles caidas.
Friday, 26 August 2016
This is a very simply but important figure to me as I have been learning new things this month. I have been watching Ben Komets videos from Painting Budha, learning his techniques so I can apply them in my figures.
I have used new paints in this figure, recommended by him.
- Dark Sea Blue (Vallejo Model color), wich is a perfect color for painting NMM(non metallic metal) of steel. It gives a cold appearance that looks great.
- Vallejo Model Air Tank Brown, wich is great to make the shadows of the skin.
The "Loaded brush" technique. You can see how Ben Komets use this technique in Painting Budha videos and it's great to paint faster and with good results.
Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Another commisioned painting. This time the figures are more simply than the Wulfen, with less details, but the mounts give the figures a lot of volume. Also, as these figures give so much space in the base, I decided to create winter bases with some snow.