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Made in ie
Sureshot Kroot Hunter





Ireland

Thanks!

@CaptJake I followed the guide on the Duncan Rhodes website. Primed in wraithbone, painted metallics, washed metallics in 50/50 agrax lahmian medium, dryburshed metallics with wraitbone, then all over wash with 50/50 coelia greenshade and lahmian medium, and finally another wash of 50/50 biel tan green and lahmian medium. First time I've ever used lahmian but it works great

Link to my haphazardly updated blog: Boundless's sub-par conversion projects


 
   
Made in ie
Sureshot Kroot Hunter





Ireland

I don't mean to highjack this thread so this is the last until someone else shares some progress, but I'm making good strides on the boxset. Troll done and have 1/3rd of the orcs ready for wash phase.

I really enjoyed painting this guy and trying the leathery skin technique but I'm annoyed about the massive seam line in the leg, just wasn't able to get rid of it with what I had. Need to restock some greenstuff before getting another one:



Link to my haphazardly updated blog: Boundless's sub-par conversion projects


 
   
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Owns Whole Set of Skullz Techpriests






Gathering the Informations.

All honesty, feel free to keep sharing your stuff if it helps you keep on track!

There's never a right or wrong way to share your work in these kinds of threads. LOTR is a game that has a rhythm and flow to people posting about it, in my experience, and when someone is really into it...they get really into it!
   
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Guard Heavy Weapon Crewman





Love your stuff, please keep posting!


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Thinking of Joining a Davinite Loge





Nottingham, England

Does any one have the dimensions of the profile cards? I'm so tired of waiting for them to reappear, I'd rather make my own and have them properly printed.

In return, I shall bring forth photographs of my own miniatures before the end of the week.

Thank you, thank you.
   
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Owns Whole Set of Skullz Techpriests






Gathering the Informations.


It's been awhile since I posted anything, and a friend who I painted this for had sent me the picture...and I forgot I never uploaded it!

So here's Weathertop, with Nazgul that got matching bases sculpted.
   
Made in ca
Courageous Skink Brave




Michigan

A very good Weathertop.
   
Made in ie
Sureshot Kroot Hunter





Ireland

That is very cool Kanluwen

Link to my haphazardly updated blog: Boundless's sub-par conversion projects


 
   
Made in ca
Courageous Skink Brave




Michigan

Hello there, all. I've given myself a bit of a Corsairs of Umbar project to work on.

I've been working on it for a bit, I'll admit that the painted ones are by me. I'm not any great talent at painting, but I do plan on adding some washes.

They were boxed away for a bit but I'm ready to start again

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Spoilered because the image was a lot larger than I expected it to be.

   
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Storm Trooper with Maglight





United Kingdom

The colourful palette suits their background, I think. An Agrax wash would do wonders for sure, they'll look great.
   
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Rampaging Furioso Blood Angel Dreadnought






UK

 Oppl wrote:
The colourful palette suits their background, I think. An Agrax wash would do wonders for sure, they'll look great.


Agreed, they are characterful models, and the colours suit them, a wash to add depth will really help

   
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Courageous Skink Brave




Michigan

Thank you both! I am glad that colors work, they're fun models to paint too.

My new washes are on their way, soon the pirates will have some more depth to them.
   
Made in au
Fixture of Dakka





Melbourne

 boundless08 wrote:
I don't mean to highjack this thread so this is the last until someone else shares some progress
No, please. Keep going. Your stuff is fantastic!

I really enjoyed painting this guy and trying the leathery skin technique but I'm annoyed about the massive seam line in the leg, just wasn't able to get rid of it with what I had. Need to restock some greenstuff before getting another one:
What was your process for the trolls skin? I've struggled to find any guides on how to do the mordor troll skin.
And you're not wrong about the leg seam. That was a tough bugger to work out. Lots of filling and filing involved.


Kan- Love the Weathertop. It's one of my favourite sets from the movie. Not sure I'll ever be able to get one though. Just too expensive from FW.

Krij- Excellent pirates. Bright bold colours work really well for them.

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