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  • 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…

  • Quote from micdicdoc: “Hehe, it seems that the "dirty blonde" you refer to was indeed my "ginger" Cheers man, I'll need to pick some up. ” Lol, ahhhh ok I gotcha! Cheers back at ya

  • Quote from micdicdoc: “@Baranovich, is the red/ginger looking hair and beards achieved with Nazdreg yellow? ” Actually it's the blonde/dirty blonde hair I used the yellow on: <a data-flickr-embed=49049715008_7a352c0914_k.jpg "> For the guy with the reddish brown ginger hair I used Gore Grunta Fur Contrast: <a data-flickr-embed=49050440557_bdc7fff48f_k.jpg">

  • Quote from WastelandWarrior: “I can see the appeal of having bases for them to use when you arent using the buster. Maybe magnetise to bases and ship? Thy would look much more organic on the ship without the squares ” That's a great idea! I might do that that. Thanks for the tip...

  • Quote from WastelandWarrior: “The crew really suit your airship buster nicely. Do you intend to remove the bases and make them a permanent part of the model at some point? ” Thanks! I'm not sure about the bases. I would love to use them as regular dwarf characters and put them in regular rank and file units. However I think they would look much better being a permanent part of the ship itself. With the bases on them it's very clunky trying to get them to fit on the ship's deck!

  • Over on my hobby blog I discuss my latest addition to my dwarf army. I give my Grudge Buster a proper crew, dressed in all the finery of the British navy of old! This was also a 100% Citadel Contrast painting project experiment. Stone, Water, and War: My adventures in terrain and miniatures <a data-flickr-embed=49049744983_06421aa77e_k.jpg"><a data-flickr-embed=49050444492_9eff55a744_k.jpg"><a data-flickr-embed=49049723133_81f485255c_k.jpg"><a data-flickr-embed=49050225606_85cae3b320_k.jpg"><a d…

  • Hello my 9th Age friends! Back with a long overdue hobby blog post. I was very pleased with how my Grudge Buster turned out. However after completing it, I realized a couple days later that it looked rather barren without some sort of crew. Trying to decide what sort of dwarf models to use, I kind of wanted to avoid just using standard infantry characters. I needed something that really gave a feel of a naval crew. I searched online for "dwarf naval crews" had little luck (along with some very b…

  • Quote from Nemeroth: “BSB done! Motto reads “Faith is our Rampart” the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32 the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32 ” Truly stunning work, the banner is amazing!

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  • Heya folks, Was doing some casual searching for models on Cadwallon.com. I found a new miniature that for me is a must have! Over on Cadwallon.com there is an orc named Ataman Stepan the Evil Eye. The coolest thing about this orc is that he's smoking a pipe! I'm not sure in all my years of gaming and modeling have I ever seen an orc with a pipe. Leave it to Cadwallon to create an interesting variation for an orc that you would usually see a dwarf, human, or halfling carrying. This model would ma…

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    Quote from Adam: “Over the weekend I had couple of hours free so I wanted to test out some new paint related things I have bought - namely Liquitex inks, GW contrast paints and some dry pigments. I went on and painted my ghoul unit using really simple paint scheme: undercoat, zenithal light using white ink (Liquitex inks are the best airbrush paints ever, 0 speckling, superb efficiency no clogs whatsoever) and then Plaguebearer flesh contrast on skin, Goregunta fur contrast on leather and wood, …

  • Quote from Little Joe: “Quote from Jawor: “I already checked all miniatures from list on forum and there is nothing interesting. ” What did you not like and what must be included for sure? With miniature freedom, clawed fiends can be whatever you want. Neverrealm industries: Schl%C3%A4chter-2-mit-Label-1.jpg Schl%C3%A4chter-3-mit-Label-1.jpg ” This miniature is fantastic! It reminds me of the necromorphs from the 2008 game 'Dead Space'. wz6627h94iu11.jpg07AA023124E09A840321103BF0E76A5621CE0A6Bla…

  • Quote from torelll: “I found some time and made myself Kuulima’s Deceiver.Non-standard? Yes, but I like it. the-ninth-age.com/community/in…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32the-ninth-age.com/community/in…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32 torel-paint.com/daemons ” I just checked out your painting service website. Amazing work!!!

  • Quote from Lakson: “I want to use them as Hold Guradians. So one boar on one 40x40mm base. In 3x2 formation. ” Ah, ok. Yep, like WarX said you'll have to go diagonal with them.

  • Quote from Lakson: “Does anyone have those Boars riders from Scibor? Would they fit and rank on 40mm square bases? Bases on photos are 25x50mm the-ninth-age.com/community/in…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32 the-ninth-age.com/community/in…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32 the-ninth-age.com/community/in…cceeb8fb57f784ff55d8b6d32 ” When you say would they rank on 40mm square bases, do you mean that you would be trying to put two boar riders side by side on a 40mm square as opposed to each one being on its own 25m…

  • This whole project is a great example of what I call the layering principle of terrain making. You really can't take shortcuts when making terrain on this level. Little Joe demonstrates in spectacular fashion that good terrain requires an engineering/planning phase, a thorough building phase, a multi-layer texturing phase, and a multiple-layer painting/weathering phase. Without all of these steps properly rendered the terrain will have a look of incompleteness and flatness. That is what I tell o…

  • Quote from Little Joe: “Quote from WarX: “Is there any information on size? ” dwarven-runes-and-symbols.jpg I think that it is a great product, easy to customize or dwarfify terrain. There is an elven variation as well. ” Oh man, this is such a useful product! Absolutely a must have for my terrain supplies. I'm thinking of runes on stone doors, arches, whole bunch of uses for dwarf stuff. I'm thinking of putting these on my grudge buster and spell an actual name in runes. Plus the price is amazi…

  • The concept of a fighting arena that uses rolling theatrical props is so brilliant! And it makes sense in terms of like creating scenarios for the combatants. In ancient Rome their gladiator events were on the level of like the Super Bowl, with dramatic buildup and commentators and orators describing the battle being reenacted. It always amazes me when I read about how advanced the Romans were in terms of designing systems of lifts and elevators for bringing animals and other heavy things up int…

  • Over on my hobby blog I discuss my most recent experiment with Citadel Contrasts - a speed painted Hill Giant. I've settled into a technique with the Contrasts that I think works pretty well and it certainly useful in getting many models painted quickly and effectively for a mass battle game like 9th Age. I painted this huge model in about an hour and a half using a combination of Contrasts and single drybrush highlights over the top. Link: Stone, Water, and War: My adventures in terrain and min…

  • Over on my hobby blog I discuss my most recent experiment with Citadel Contrasts - a speed painted Hill Giant. I've settled into a technique with the Contrasts that I think works pretty well and it is certainly useful for getting many models painted quickly and effectively for a mass battle game like 9th Age. Link: Stone, Water, and War: My adventures in terrain and miniatures <a data-flickr-embed=48877524407_ae121bebd0_k.jpg"><a data-flickr-embed=48877519127_2d6b011b9b_k.jpg"><a data-flickr-emb…