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  • Mad 'At's EoS Blog

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    Quote from Mad 'At: “Quote from Little Joe: “You sure are setting yourself a hard challenge but I am convinced it will be worth the work. The knight already looks amazing. ” Thanks! This army is my challenge project. I'm putting almost everything I got into every model, only way to improve really. I say almost because I do take shortcuts on some things. The two things I'm consistently challenging myself with is metal and skin. I've pretty much painted up the first batch of three knights now. Try…

  • Quote from Wood-Axe: ““Why did you come to me?” “You are the first of the dwarven engineers who climbed the sky. Help me kill a dragon!” His red-hair iroquois said that these are not empty words. “I'm not a warrior.” “Kill the dragon in the sky.” “For that, you'll have to ride the wind” he grinned, and it was hard to understand whose eyes were crazier ... 002.jpg ” He's like the dwarf version of the cool surfer dude Jeff Spicoli - "All I need are some tasty waves and a cool buzz and I'm fine!" y…

  • Going Forward

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    Quote from ToDD: “I think doing proper (or any) siege rules would make a huge impact on the "casual" crowd and T9A's standing in the tabletop world. Always seemed a fan favorite. GW has neglected these for ages and will most likely not start WHtow (whatever it will be) with those. Are there even current RnF games with siege rules? I think I've seen Conquest pictures with a fortress or something, but since that game seems to be one of those weird round bases in movement trays things, I'm not sure…

  • Mad 'At's EoS Blog

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    Quote from Mad 'At: “A test model for the knight is now painted: aSpxwCO.jpg Atf3Z25.jpg Zn3gQih.jpg I want the knights to clash a little with the rest of the army in terms of colour. I imagine them as part of Knightly Order that doesn't conform to the army uniform. Though I feel that I somewhat failed with this. The green is not a large part of my army especially not this tone of green. But I ended up using both yellow and red on him too, which maybe made him too similar to the army. Could mayb…

  • Quote from WastelandWarrior: “Very nice! ” Thanks!

  • Quote from infamousme: “just bought blood Angel's red today, gonna see what I can do with it. ” Quote from mrmossevig: “Quote from infamousme: “just bought blood Angel's red today, gonna see what I can do with it. ” Amazing paint. Very rich. ” Both the Blood Angels Red and Flesh Tearer's Red are amazing. I'm going to be using the second one to do a one-step process on all the coats of a 28mm Am. Revolution British army. The reds do a great job of highlighting and shading at the same time while. …

  • Over in my hobby blog I talk about my latest experiment with Citadel Contrast paints. I used Black Templar diluted with ordinary water to create a stain/wash for stone ruins. When using Black Templar over a white undercoat it can create a very realistic-looking old tombstone/marble kind of stone finish. Just add some simple foliage and leaf effects and you've got some really nice quick ruins for the tabletop. Stone, Water, and War: My adventures in terrain and miniatures <a data-flickr-embed=491…

  • Over on my hobby blog I discuss another useful application I found for Citadel Contrast Paints. I used Black Templar diluted with water to create an instant wash for old, stone ruins: Stone, Water, and War: My adventures in terrain and miniatures <a data-flickr-embed=49182942526_d48f1c2295_k.jpg">

  • In my ongoing experiments with Citadel Contrast paints I found yet another useful application for them. Thomarillion Company makes a vast array of resin and ceramic terrain pieces for wargaming and dioramas. Much of their range is cast in some kind of ceramic material, almost like a dental plaster-type material. It comes in pure white and has a slightly chalky feel when you run your finger over it. I thought that a black wash over the pure white might make for an excellent finish to stone ruins.…

  • Quote from TobiasP: “Quote from Chronocide: “Hope Harvester (Wip)IMG_20191202_031032367.thumb.jpg.68009a2497408f6362b6a0c727353f55.jpg IMG_20191202_031056155.thumb.jpg.3f2cd2bda2541d0e998023603618723b.jpg IMG_20191202_031106375.thumb.jpg.d64a0c4ae39b6b6cc5a6affefdde267d.jpg IMG_20191202_031132193.thumb.jpg.e46894e7b6fbbad2b3cc3025fbfec04c.jpg ” Great stuff! From where did you get the chassis? ” That is from Games Workshop's 1998 Siege Attackers set. Awesome set of minis. Coincidentally I just bu…

  • Quote from Grouchy Badger: “before 20191129_114124_HDR.jpg After 20191129_114233_HDR.jpg Whew ” That's how it usually looks when I roll for my dwarves in close combat...

  • Wastes of Wasteland

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    Quote from Happy Aspid: “My bad attempt at painting Chosen Lord with banner. As whole - painting ended up decent, but dark gods forbid to look for details. (Hidden Content) ” That is nowhere close to a "bad attempt" at banner painting as you described it. It looks freaking awesome! You did a pretty darn nice graduating glowing effect from red to bright orange. I'd have no problem putting that banner in my army!

  • Quote from Shako: “Quote from Little Joe: “Creature Caster showed a preview for a nice Cibaresh Daemon: 74904281_2596496797052049_7660794537215787008_n.jpg Or maybe Makaan? ” Oh jeez.. We already bought more than a whole army from Raging Heroes..but Creature Caster makes me want to spend about 1k € on like 13 models..I need to play and win the lottery. ” Oh man, what a great model! I don't play Demon Legions but that would be a great display model and just fun to paint. The way they have their i…

  • Quote from infamousme: “Quote from mrmossevig: “Thanks! I have to say I’m tempted.. Do you prime models with the airbrush directly? And do you know of some good getting-started resources? Or maybe you want to write a small guide yourself? ” I use Vallejo surface primer through the airbrush. It is the best, smoothest primer you will ever have and you use it straight from the bottle, does not need to be diluted for the airbrush. You can also get it in almost any color. I like to use Daler rowney w…

  • Quote from Remy77077: “If I was after an oversized Orc, I'd also consider this guy! momminiatures.com/product-page…-scourge-of-kings?lang=en 77b349_bb107e3062804ceb862054ef30fea214~mv2_d_2607_2863_s_4_2.webp (didn't put any of these "too big" models in to the Miniatures library, but all the companies are linked for other models at least ) ” I never realized before that he's got the crowns of his conquered enemies around the shaft of his giant axe. That is such a freaking brilliant detail! I may …

  • Quote from Remy77077: “If I was after an oversized Orc, I'd also consider this guy! momminiatures.com/product-page…-scourge-of-kings?lang=en 77b349_bb107e3062804ceb862054ef30fea214~mv2_d_2607_2863_s_4_2.webp (didn't put any of these "too big" models in to the Miniatures library, but all the companies are linked for other models at least ) ” Definitely, MOM's stuff is amazing. And his prices are insane good!

  • Quote from Little Joe: “I had to check, but that plastic miniature is more expensive than a larger resin boutique miniature (orc queen) of much higher sculpt quality. Of course it is much easier to build, but that just looks wrong. I only point it out because when I made my reply prices were not cheap, I must have had my head in the sand too long. That is just shocking that it can't compete in my opinion. If you want a big orc, check out Avatars of war: aow107_1.jpg A lot less then half the pric…

  • Quote from Ludaman: “Quote from sgu97bjd: “Does anyone know any models for a larger scale orc? I want something to use as a sort of orc daemon prince on a 50mm base. ” The Age of Sigmar Oruck Warlord is monstrous and easily fills out a 50mm ” I agree about GW's AOS Orruks. They are absolutely huge. Even though they are sold as "heroic 28mm" they can easily be used as 32mm and even 54mm. The Orruk Boss will fill out a 50mm base pretty well. And he's a good head and shoulders above most regular 28…

  • Quote from noneshallpass!: “I think I prefer the second blone from the right who is less yellow. Was this skeleton horde? Quote from Baranovich: “49050424762_017ccee059_k.jpg"><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="><a data-flickr-embed="> ” ” That guy's moustache…

  • Quote from micdicdoc: “Looks amazing, I'm intrigued to find out more about one of the intricacies you have drawn attention to: this "single drybrush". By single, do you mean that you have gone over all colours with a single drybrush, and haven't specialised different colours with different drybrush colours? In this case, what colour have you used for the unifying drybrush? Also, do you think this drybrush would work well with model parts painted with brighter colours, like red, yellow or blue? O…