Games Workshop decided to release a new set of terrain that does a great job of blocking line of sight and providing for cover. Then they went and gave it a really cool Data Sheet to allow for some cool rules in game. I was able to get my hands on the data sheet via the white dwarf and from there decided I would make my own using some left over wood that I had.
With the creative juices flowing I prepped my Miter Saw, the airbrush and went to work.
Despite a crazy busy personal and work life over the last few weeks, I managed to get through this fella. I really didn't like this model before I started, but by the end of it he'd really grown on me.
I really hate painting skin that has those hexes in it. I think I did a much better job on this one than on the first Deva.
Recently I went to work on some additional Infinity Warsenal terrain. In the picture below you can see the completed Walkway. I followed the same recipe as I did in the first piece I completed.
Really enjoying how this terrain paints up and turns out. The airbrush is a lot of fun to use and although it's really tedious masking parts and highlighting the paint chipping, the end result is great.
The completion of this model puts me 1/2 done with the initial lot of models I need for the first army list I made.
This guy took longer than I anticipated, but I had a lot of fun with him!
I mixed up some big lots of custom tones in an old contact lens case before I started, then I used those base tones for all the purple based parts. There was a light one, and a dark one. They were mixes of gray, purple, and black tones.