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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    The heavies and Leviathan look awesome, such lovely blues and reds!

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    loving your work!

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    Thanks guys! Working on some Cataphractii this month for the local GW's painting competition (2nd in April, 2nd in May... I WILL win one day!) that are proving to be entertaining to paint!

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    Good luck Engel.

    Third times a charm.

    Cheers,

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    It took me the whole month, but I came in under the wire before my trip next week.



    I ended up doing them, more or less, one by one, but it worked out okay. Once I had the steps down I essentially did a step, went and did other things, came back later, did more. No marathon paint sessions here! I'm pleased with the results.



    I really enjoyed this guy's head, though the difference between the FW resin Cataphractii I've had sitting for several years is obvious. There's a weird scale thing that's slightly different, but they look fine over all.



    All the pads were 3D printed from Shapeways, but this one is different from somewhere. I was waiting for Forge World to do Legion Cataphractii for Night Lords and they... never did, so here we are. The additional loincloth layers are from Artel W. and they are absolutely amazing for additional detail. I'd really like some other options for it, but it is what it is.



    I varied the helmets on them so the sergeant has a black helmet, there's one with gold trim he earned somewhere, and so on.





    This pose ended up being my favourite. The way both doing Blood for the Blood God pre-matte varnish and post layers dried and flesh blood nicely.

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    Nice work they look the Biz

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    I love that dark steel trim.
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    What the Modsticker said.

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    Re: In Midnight Clad - A Night Lord's Log

    Thanks Cod! FW giving the suggestion that pre-Heresy Night Lords were silver-trimmed was one of the best things to have happened.

    That said, sometimes you spend a week assembling, washing, priming, and painting a vehicle and then go... "Yeah, that's a rhino."



    I'm happy to get the resin off my plate. Progress was also slowed by them including two left side sprues and no right... Fortunately the Warhammer Cafe sorted me out.

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