|Posted by Nedius on April 29, 2010 at 4:50 PM||comments (0)|
I'm pleased to share a piece of work done for me by my friend Ali. She's a Space Wolf fan, and she agreed to help me paint my dead marine!
The image is my modelled version of an image from the Deathwing suppliment for the 1st edition of Space Hulk. However, I knew that I'd be completely unable to do this dead Space Wolf justice! Step in Ali!
Ali has done a great job, and I love the look of this! It's not finished yet (it still needs more battle damage, and perhaps a bit of weathering - Will have to do puppy eyes at Ali...).
Anyway, just a nice little update!
|Posted by Nedius on April 13, 2010 at 3:15 AM||comments (0)|
I've some extra free time this week, so I'm dedicating some time to painting the detailing on my 3D Space Hulk board.
This is the results of Monday's painting!
You can see all the pictures from Monday's painting in the Space Hulk Photo Gallery:
|Posted by Nedius on April 2, 2010 at 4:59 PM||comments (0)|
Ok, well, just so we all know this isn't a dead project...
The reason for the lack of updates is because the current step is a VERY long one, with little in the way of interesting updates!
However, this one does seem interesting enough to post.
I'm nearly finished painting the base colours onto the walls and floor of all the board sections.
It've done three layers of green, and four layers of grey to white on the floors. This will mean that very soon I have the whole of the 'mission 1' phase of the board painted to what I'll consider 'tabletop' standard. It'll look fine for playing games in at my LGW, but all the detail work and weathering will still need to be done.
Here's a close view for the work so far.
You can see that the fans, vents etc all still need doing. The walls and floor also need weathering, and all the decorative details need to be done.
An upcoming, and very silly, part of the project, will be the £80 board section... Simmilar to my cathedral section, but instead of having little statues, it will have two of the big SM statues instead. Will look spectacular. But be insanely expensive! Ah well!
|Posted by Nedius on January 9, 2010 at 10:04 AM||comments (1)|
Painting a Space Hulk
As promised, here's some of the painting WIP shots!
Still lots to do, of course, but it's great to be making a start!
|Posted by Nedius on August 22, 2009 at 2:18 PM||comments (0)|
I finally finished my 'stealer fex'. Here he is! WIP shots available in the Photo Gallery in the Navigation bar.