Introducing my dwarf team for an upcoming Blood Bowl league, the Ham-Fisted Firemantles!
Motivated by a club event this past weekend, I spent the night re-basing and touching up my Bolt Action Soviet army. Went with a winter urban theme to suit my ongoing Stalingrad terrain project. Better photos to come in the near future.
Base coats down and up next are washes, weathering, highlights, and basing.
More stomps robots. Twenty units all prepped for the paint table. These shouldn’t take long. Great, simple sculpts.
Next step: prep Sky Sentinel and Guard-X monsters.
Four British mid/late Vosper MTBs all finished (minus flags) for Cruel Seas. The cloth mat here is from GW’s old naval game, Dreadfleet, and I think it works perfectly for now! These models were a nice, relaxed experience painting – very enjoyable! Now on to the rest of the Royal Navy Fleet boxset while I wait for my starter set and rulebook to arrive.
Another warband completed for Warhammer Underworlds, Zarbag’s Gitz. I was disappointed to see so many mold lines on these sculpts given they new from GW, but I can’t say it was too difficult to remove them.
In other news: I’ve learned I love painting Squigs!
Basing and base coats all done. Washes applied. In need of Matt varnish and highlights. Love the sculpts from Spectre Miniatures, but getting the sniper rifle to stay (or become) unbent was a bit of a pain.
GW Castellan Green – All over base coat.
GW Loren Forst – First highlight, leaving the edges fading into Castellan green.
GW Straken Green – Final, smaller highlight within each panel.
GW Balor Brown – Wooden planking (tested Vallejo Brown Ink and don’t like it)
Vallejo Metal Color Gunmetal Grey – Metallics
Vallejo Metal Color Gold – Stars
GW Seraphim Sepia – Wash, all over.
Next step: Brass metallics, metallic highlights, and water.