Hardly a surprise.
Hardly a surprise.
Wow, in canadian pricing ordering the massive paint set saves you a grand total of...... wait for it.... 25 cents.....
All Together Now
"Come on man!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
I like the look of them, though I do wonder if it was really necessary to rename everything.
145 paints times £2.30 is................. £333.50.
What a fu king joke, absolutely no point in ever buying the Citadel Paint Bundle. Doesn't even come with brushes like the old paint case deal, Gameswork Shop continue to be a sell out conglomerate (decent model makers & heartless businessmen)
Yeah, no need to rename everything. I'll slowly start to integrate some of these new colors into my pile, but for the most part I don't see anything here worth all the trouble.
Lots of new variety here though. That I like. I'm gonna have to go back to the list and see if they've included a true Pink color once more.. because that was missing from the previous range. *lol*
Indeed.. 'Changeling Pink'.. Whatever the hell 'dry' means..
Last edited by DaemonReign; 24-03-2012 at 02:45.
Seeing them now I'm a little peeved; wtih everything renamed how are we supposed to keep consistency between new and old colours?
Feel free to visit my ToFP painting log: http://www.warseer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=275669
No wonder that you thought 2nd ed 40K sucked. You weren't even playing it.
Last edited by Adohi-Tehe; 24-03-2012 at 03:36.
I think there is plenty here to look forward to, like the nice assortment of greys, and it looks like GW finally has a decent Olive Drab in the range (I used to mix my own with Bubonic Brown and Chaos Black).
I'l be happy if there's a dark blue that doesn't keep turning purple!
Space Wolves - Alpha Legion - Biel Tan - Empire - Lizardmen - Slaaneshi Daemons
- Sona Mi Areru Ec Sancitu -
- Art Thou The Holy One -
I really didn't think this release would be at all a big deal to me, but to be honest, I'm finding myself pretty stoked about the new paint range. First of all, I'm in the process of starting an army from scratch, having just gotten into Warhammer Fantasy, and my paint selection(well, Citadel Paint selection, anyway...) has been almost doubled. Lots of possibilities and good stuff going on with that. Also, as a rather new painter I really like the different categories they've applied to certain types of paint product, like the "Citadel Dry" and the "Citadel Shade". To some of the more veteran painters out there this may seem a little lame, but for someone like myself, it gives an idea of how best to use the paint, and even helps in figuring out and being successful with the whole process of painting a miniature, and all the various techniques that usually have to be used to do that. I'm actually really itching to get started on my Boyz now, and make full use of "all the pretty colours"...
The "How to Paint Citadel Miniatures" book, and the DVD that comes along with it, are also something that I'll definitely be picking up. Again, for a essentially new painter, I think it'll be very valuable, and the accompanying DVD is something I'm looking forward to as well. Until I learn something to contrary from some kind of horrible personal experience or something with these products, it's all good stuff. I'm super pleased.
Pretty big changes here actually. Prices and unattractive bundle aside, the new paint types are really intriguing. So they have basecoats, (including some they didnt have before) but the new textures, drys, and glazes, are something that I can't wait to try. If the drys (for drybrushing) and the textures (for bases etc) aren't really really good I think they might be terrible with little middle ground.
Is not Thunder Stomp itself a special rule? If that is your argument then Thunder Stomp can not be allowed to let you Thunder Stomp, as being able to Thunder Stomp benefits Thunder Stomp, therefore you can't use the Thunder Stomp rule in conjunction with Thunder Stomping to Thunder Stomp. ~Aglemar
Heres to hoping they havent messed up mah washes...