You should do an underground Spawning Pool. Would make sense if it was a Lizardmen dungeon.
You've got some great ideas - I love it! Can't wait to see some of your stuff with some paint on to really bring it to life!
Keep up the good work
Daniel36, that I imagine will be made sometime down the line!
Daemonslave, cheers! Paint is still a while off yet, I have yet to finish building all the main sections and I've also yet to think of a way to seal the sides flat (if that makes any sense?).
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Not a very exciting update, but in between hacking up and GSing old Chaos Marines and trying to find my spare knife blades (last one snapped off!) I did get the first five Gor done in the skin-department (aside from a simple highlight on the muzzle and a mistake or two that I noticed).
The first few highlights aren't that exciting, but the final mix has to blended into the recesses and shadows. Don't make the mistake I initially did and wash / glaze the entire model! This is because of the nature of Foundation Paints, which separate into a big grey/flesh (in this case) and ruins the effect I was going for. Bad times, and lesson learnt.
I'm not sure how to go about the fur, any suggestions folks?
I'm going to try and get these done soon because I want to move on to other things to attack my paintbrushes with!
Looks great; in a group the style of painting really comes across nicely. Am I mistaken (have I even said this before?) but do you use a grey in your highlighting? Either way, look forward to the final images of this group
That is correct! I use the now OOP Foundation paint called Astronomican Grey for highlighting colder colours. Likewise I use the also now unavailable Dheneb Stone for warmer colours.
I am rather pleased with the Beastmen so far! The second rank is only one stage behind the first then I get to move onto the easier things like fur and weapons.
Speaking of paints I've purchased a dozen of the new Citadel range and thus far I'm impressed! I'm going to post my thoughts about them on my blog sometime soon.
After the Gors I've got a selection of things I'm assembling at the moment such as Skaven Wolf Rats alongside some Skinks and the new Empire Witch Hunter which I couldn't resist!
Seriously, who can resist the new Witch Hunter? It is gracing my collection as well. I would've bought it even if I hadn't played Empire.
Yeah, it tooka while to clean my one up but it's starting to get some basecoats on it now.
It handily enough can be used either as the official Warrior or as a bad-ass NPC to spice up my dungeons. Note to self: need more NPCS.
That dungeon looks amazing. I've been meaning to make one myself for years now and never quite settled on a method, but those carved up cork tiles are a stroke of genius.