Play it painted 16 !
Morning everyone !!
First play it painted of the year with alex from Prometian Painting.
page : https://www.facebook.com/PrometianPainting/
A squad of kitbashed Chaos Chosen (Hakanor's Reavers Warband) and their personal transport, a Dreadclaw drop pod.
Incredible paint job i love this lava theme ! (maybe that's how cadia look now ^^)
Play it painted 15 !
Hello again everyone !
Another Play it painted (Damn we are on a roll)
Big Stompy robot by Martin !!
The KX139 TA'UNAR SUPREMACY ARMOUR (Compensator class)
I think it's already an achievement to finish something so big, it's even more impressive when it's so clean !
The white : All the white areas are airbrushed, in 3 "shades" of white.
The black weathering is very subtle and well made.
bonus : Weapons are magnetized.
Incredible model ! or as Atia would say , "Very Cute" !
Play it painted 14 !
Hello everyone !!
Another Play it Painted !! (we are on a roll these days^^)
It's from shadowclaimer :
Lord-Relictor Kitbash that pulls its powers from the Green Wind instead of Amethyst Wind. I used a Kurnoth Hunter Scythe for the weapon instead of a banner, and a Prosecutor head without a plume for his head replacement.
You can check his twitch channel : https://www.twitch.tv/shadowclaimer
Play it painted 13 !
Hello everyone :)
Today let's talk about .... Mike's World Eaters army in pre-heresy colors !
What an amazing job painting all these models "WHITE" and keep it clean.
GG Mike !
ps : I still wonder how much time the world eaters artificier would lose to clean the white armor after the bloodshed ^^
Atia & bob.
Play it painted 12 !
Morning everyone !!
Finished the first orc for my next bloodbowl team !
I knew i wanted to paint something not blue (so no warmachine^^) so i went for a yellow orc ^^
Tell me what you think, i'll post a small step by step later today !!
Play it painted 11 !
Hello everyone !!
After painting the Bloodbowl human team i wanted to focus on trainning my brush skill. I find painting a lot easier with an air brush and sometime i am even scared of when i have to swap to the brush.
i know i need to improve in certain area (all of them) to get a good tabletop quality.
This model : A really old nemo prime in metal. (at least 8 years old)
What i want to train : Contrast and NMM*
NMM* : i hate painting metal, NMM, TMM, gold, cooper, i tried a lot of shortcut with enamel, liquid metal from Vallejo,
airbrush metal from vallejo (incredible paint tbh). but in the end i am never happy with my metal contrast.
I started with a black primer and a grey zenithal to the part i wanted to highlight (the goal is not pre-shading but having a guide to where the points of light are going to be.) Then i cleaned the airbrush and switched to the brush.
For the blue : i started from a Cygnar blue from p3 and shaded it with a succession of thin layer by adding a mix of blue ink from Vallejo and black from gw. then i highlighted with Cygnar highlight (p3) and up to the white. my goal was to get a very strong contrast from nearly white to nearly black on every panel, even the small one !
Grey : Same plan, from, very dark to very light, i simply used a grey (cold grey from Vallejo). shaded with black and highlighted with white. The objective was to make an NMM, some part like the turbine backpack are ok but the staff was a lot harder.
then i painted the rest of the mini :
ps: tried and failed a nmm gold with verdigris effect ^^.
ps2 : the hairs and facial pilosity are a lot more contrasted IRL and a lot less white/yellow.
My conclusion : I learned something important with this project, it's a lot easier to improve if you focus on a technique and don't really care about the final look or about the ten other marines you have to finish ^^.
In this case to be honest the model is old, the sculpt is nothing special and his power level is at the bottom of my faction ! Plus it's metal, i can clean it if i want ^^ Without pressure of messing a unit scheme or something, it was a lot easier to focus on the paint technique. Better train on not important mini, instead of your last forge world primarch.
Time to start a new training project and without blue !!!
tips : it's like Duncan say "Thin your paint"
Play it painted 10 !
Hello everyone !!
I finished painting my human team ! (at last)
Using the same method described here : https://war-of-sigmar.herokuapp.com/bloggings/1318
-Still need to do some base marking with number and position.
red stripe on the base for blitzer
yellow for receiver
white for thrower
green for blocker
blue for linemen.
The color code help a lot when playing when there is a jungle of players during block wars !
For the base :
Base of strickland mud
green dry brush (fondation orcish hide)
Lighter green dry brush (p3 base green)
Lighter green dry brush (p3 higlight green)
You can use any green brand of course.
The white stripe are : grey line, then white higlight in the middle.
i did it with an air brush but you can do it just fine with a brush.
Still need to find 2 blitzer and one ogre but for now i use player n°2 and n°3 (both linemen) as blitzer ^^
TBH i am not sure to conserve the shoulders decals i think i prefer it bare !
Pretty happy to conclude this project, i am eager to start an orc players to test some new techniques !!!
Happy painting !!
Play it painted 9 !
Morning everyone !!
It's play it painted monday :)
Archaeinox from B&C send us these pictures !
Arhiman from the thousand sons, Incredible job on the cape, and the glossy red is really intense.
Very clean painting !
Painting tutorial (human bloodbowl)
hello everyone !!
Quick tutorial to paint this human linemen from bloodbowl :
With the air brush :
-i primed black
-zenital highlight at 45° angle with grey
-zenital from top with white.
the goal with a zenital is having having pre-shading so when you look from the bottom you see the dark
-Painted the blue armor with cygnar base blue (from p3)
note : The air flow was to high and i over sprayed a lot. it's a lot better not doing like me by thinning the paint more and use a lower psi.
-did shadow with signal blue from vallejo air (very dark blue with some weird tint)
-highlighted the blue with cygnar highlight
-more highlight by adding white to the blue
-then i did a light glaze with cygnar blue highlight to saturate the blue.
what i mean here is i want to make the blue more vibrant (and more blue) so i dillute the cygnar highlight blue a lot (a lot, very close to a wash), then i lightly sprayed it on the blue part to add blue without masking too much the other step.
I am not sure it's the correct method but heh work for me :D
Then switched to the brush :
-Added more shadow with blue ink from gw (with glaze medium in it)
-then i make small black line with black in from vallejo (don't use nuln oil because there is brown in it)
-lastly edge highlight with light sky blue.
-white is :
menoth base , rakarth flesh wash, menoth white highlight.
-brown is :
Snakebite leather i think, agrax wash and snakebite + white highlight.
-Vallejo gunmetal grey
-vallejo duroalluminium glaze (with glazing medium)
I do all my blend with the Two brush blending method.
Hope that help !!
Paint scheme test (human)
Hello everyone !
I started some painting on the human team, still trying to find a paint scheme I like (and not too time consuming ^^)
the mini is 80% complete I think: the white needs more contrast + base + cleaning mistakes ...
What do you think ? :D
edit : i need to fix the yellow light :/