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    The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Hello!

    My next Mordheim board is supposed to represent a undestroyed Mordheim corner... or another city to play in... this will look like a mix between Mordheim and Cadwallon, the game created by Rackham... or not. I'm not really sure about the final appearance of it all ...

    Oh, just one thing: I'll soon talk about house rules managing night and day cycles... with evil warbands weakened under the light of the burning sun and good ones sleeping under the moonlight... Warbands with variable effectives in case of night or day. Strange, isn't it?

    A waterwell from Tabletop World!


    The statue of Morr from the new GW graveyard (ooops, sorry, "Garden of Morr!).


    Some statues always usefull in sceneries.


    The watch tower from Tabletop World... it's slow but my table is growing...
    => The slideshow


    The timbered house by Tabletop World.
    => The slideshow


    That's just a beginning. Quite ridiculous but... err...
    Two kids, a wife, a new house to build, a job... so much ideas and no time to work at!
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    I already told you in the TTW thread, but you are an amazing painter. Keep it up! Can't wait to see your little city being built up and expanded.
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Okay...
    The little chapel from GW, now.
    I think I won't use the statues with the chapel, I'll use those statues with another scenery piece. The chapel is supposed to be a small house of cult... not very rich...
    => The slideshow

    I tried to apply the same scheme on every house... which includes this chapel... Is GW compatible with Tabletop World? Yes, I think so! Tell me what you think about it. Do they work together or not at all?
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Looks perect to me!
    Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita,
    mi ritrovai per una selva oscura,
    ché la diritta via era smarrita.

    nur der Regen weint am Grab...

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Quote Originally Posted by Disposable Hero View Post
    Looks perect to me!
    Perfect, I guess...
    Well! Perfect seems to be overestimated but thank you!

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Well, you certainly managed to paint up the TTW and GW stuff to match and complement each other. It's good to know the buildings CAN look similar when painted up in the right way. Very well done.
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Yes, good to know it. I saw it like an experiment for me too but, obviously, this is possible!
    And this is cool because I've got a mix of GW and TTW scenery boxes sleeping in my "hobby room".

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    MS Weather Wax Grany hog and the librarian .
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    looks like a great fit to me as well.

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    The Merchant's House from Tabletop World... that's all...
    Does the slideshow work, for you?

    ==> The slideshow


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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Bon...

    The Lair of the Astromancer from GW... Without the unfinished platforms yet to come!

    ==> The slideshow



    The Garden of Morr from GW...

    ==> The slideshow



    The Deathknell Watch from GW... unfinished platforms... yet to come... you know the deal. I'll join a dead tree to this... the dead tree isn't painted yet but I wanted to show you that in the slideshow!

    ==> The slideshow



    A Cottage from Tabletop World. Without the country base... nice piece for the price.

    ==> The slideshow


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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    I think TTW and GW work great together.

    I really like a lot of your painting. Are you planning to do any step by step tutorials?
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    If you're interested in a step by step tuto, this should be possible...
    I wasn't convinced about the interest of this.
    I thought my painting level wasn't good enough to give lessons to anybody but if you think this would help you by a way or another... why not?

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    I'd love a step by step. The colours are great and there's a shortage of nicely painted Fantasy building kits on Warseer (imho).

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Your painting is very good. I would appreciate anything you take the time to write about in regards to it.

    I have been trying multiple recipes for wood lately and having little luck so I am especially interested in that area.
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Excellent terrain painting. Please do a tutorial.

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    First thing... Some instructions to make such a scheme... In french (I'm Belgian) and a shorter version in english!
    The real tutorial will come when I'll have more time (I'm a teacher preparing the winter examinations)...

    IN FRENCH:

    1°) Sous-couche noire intégrale. Pourquoi? Parce que les angles creux difficiles d'accès resteront noirs, moins gênant que blanc ou gris! Et parce que ça fait des décors sensiblement moins lumineux que mes fig's (peintes sur du blanc). Les fig's s'en détachent donc un peu. Et c'est joli!

    2°)Les pierres d'arkose:
    - Un brossage à sec généreux de YANDEN DARKSUN appliqué au tank brush de façon à laisser les joints en noir mais aussi certains creux dans les pierres.
    - Un "pointillisme" (tapotage avec un pinceau essuyé comme dans le cas du brossage) avec le même tank brush de TAUSEPT OCHRE.
    - Brossage léger de BLEACHED BONE.
    - Brossage zénithal de SKULL WHITE.
    - Surlignage de certaine arêtes au SKULL WHITE.
    - Si tu es un maniaque comme moi: repasse du CHAOS BLACK dans le moindre joint.

    3°) Les pierres grises sont sur une base de CODEX GREY éclaircie au FORTRESS GREY, quelques angles et éclats au SKULL WHITE. Pour quelques-unes de ces pierres, un lavis léger de GRAVEYARD EARTH vient ajouter de la nuance.

    4°) Le bois voit un brush insistant de SCORCHED BROWN suivant d'une caresse de GRAVEYARD EARTH et d'un dernier brush de BLEACHED BONE. Ça fait bois délavé par la pluie.

    5°) Les tuiles en bois? Sur la sempiternelle sous-couche noire:
    - Brossage de SCORCHED BROWN (encore lui!).
    - Brossage de SNAKEBITE LEATHER plus léger.
    - Caresses aléatoires au tank brush essuyé avec du BLOOD RED pour déposer ci et là quelques pigments.
    - Brossage de bas en haut (en accrochant donc au bas des tuiles) avec du BUBONIC BROWN puis du ROTTING FLESH.
    - Lining noir entre les tuiles si tu es le même psychopathe que moi!

    6°) Les briques.
    - Brossage de DARK FLESH général.
    - Aléatoirement, brossage
    soit de 2/3 DARK FLESH, 1/3 BLAZING ORANGE
    soit de 2/3 CHAOS BLACK, 1/3 REGAL BLUE
    soit de BESTIAL BROWN
    - Brossage léger de BLEACHED BONE partout pour l'aspect usé.
    - Quelques touches de CODEX GREY au hasard de certaines briques (coulées de mortier, poussières de mortier des joints).

    IN ENGLISH:

    1°) Black undercoat

    2°) Arkose stones:
    - Heavy YANDEN DARKSUN drybrush
    - TAUSEPT OCHRE tapping.
    - Light BLEACHED BONE drybrush.
    - Zénithal SKULL WHITE drybrush and lining on the edges.
    - CHAOS BLACK between the stones.

    3°) Grey stones:
    CODEX GREY and then FORTRESS GREY. SKULL WHITE for some edges. GRAVEYARD EARTH washing on some stones

    4°) Wood:
    - Heavy SCORCHED BROWN drybrush.
    - Light GRAVEYARD EARTH drybrush
    - Last light BLEACHED BONE drybrush.

    5°) The tiles:
    - SCORCHED BROWN drybrush
    - Lighter SNAKEBITE LEATHER drybrush.
    - Random BLOOD RED caress to put down some pigments.
    - From downside to upside: BUBONIC BROWN and then ROTTING FLESH drybrush.
    - CHAOS BLACK lining between the tiles.

    6°) The bricks:
    - Global DARK FLESH drybrush.
    - Random drybrushes of
    2/3 DARK FLESH, 1/3 BLAZING ORANGE
    or 2/3 CHAOS BLACK, 1/3 REGAL BLUE
    or BESTIAL BROWN.
    - Light BLEACHED BONE drybrush everywhere.
    - Some random CODEX GREY lines and dots.
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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    I've painted the stairs leading to Deathknell Watch. Entire picture coming soon.


    Tabletop World Windmill.


    Photobucket ate my other pictures (my mistake!) but I reposted it and I give you all my album links here.

    The commissions

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    Re: The Mordheimesque way to see the life...

    Some sceneries a friend (Coteaz) and I made... fast and furious painting and modeling sessions!
    http://s1096.photobucket.com/user/Re...0COTEAZ?sort=3
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    Examples?
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    Beautiful, and practical for gaming. All anyone could ask for!
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