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.
Here's the old 6th Ed (I think) Warhammer spell cards I made, as mentioned on Point Hammered episode #141. Long before we had legitimately made (though pricey) GW sanctioned spell cards, we had to come up with our own solution.
We'll start with this real doosey. The Wild Call was a Bray Shaman only spell. That's an xray of a cell phone jammed up someone's hind end.
Over the course of 2017, I will be attempting to get my miniature collection 100% painted! Everyone knows how impossible this is, so I will surely be struck down by the gods moments before this becomes reality. I've decided to track my progress through video, to encourage (and possibly deter!) those who wish to follow in my footsteps.
I wanted to take a minute to show off the first piece (test if you will) for the Warsenal terrain I bought. I currently do not own any infinity models and have only played one sample game in which we used only a couple of models. However, the terrain is really cool and I play enough 40k where I thought it could work very well. So with that I got aggressive last weekend and knocked one piece out in a red/gray scheme.
I had a couple requests from people to show how I turned a soccer ball into a planet for the 40k Narrative tournament I ran at Waaaghpaca. Well, despite what people thought - it wasn't a soccer ball...