Hello fellows, wargamers, hobbyists, and miniature enthusiasts. As requested by MR.Lee I have prepared a tutorial for you on how to make your bike dirty with pigments. For this effect I used Vallejo Pigments: Brown Iron Oxide and Light Yellow Ochre.
So seven bikes already done. Time for a Nephelim Jetfighter action? Btw tomorrow I will post a tutorial on those dirt-covered wheels that few of you guys asked for. I have to say those old bikes aren't bad looking at all in comparison to the new ones. I mean that painted the same way they don't stand out much as one might think.
Some models I did at the beginning of the year. First squad of the big DA project ready. Watch your step you don't want to get run over.
It's time to feel... THE FEAR! The Nightlord Project has come to a glorious finish. Finally the display and all the squads are finished. I couldn't be more proud.
Here they come! Get ready, you don't see the green glow yet because they still slumber in their cold rusty metallic shells but the great force is on its way.... soon their sleep will end and the blood will flow!
The final element of the Nightlord Project is done. Now it's time to wait for some cool photos. Excited? You should be. I'm really happy with the whole project. In building this Monster I had a vision in my head to represent the symbol of the Nightlord in a single model. I wanted him to be a swift close combat fighter.
Just a "small" eBay project that was made around the studio under some basic techniques training for some newcomers. I must say I'm quite a fan of those basic terrain sets by GW but they need some extra sand work and a bunch of rocks to make them quality gaming material.