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Made in us
Decrepit Dakkanaut






Madison, WI

Nice work on the party-coloring too.

   
Made in gb
Omnious Orc Shaman





A long time ago in a galaxy far, far, away...

 insaniak wrote:
I'm not sure. I know there was a picture in the issue that had all of the GD winners. I also sent them a bunch of WIP pics showing the build process as they had mentioned an interest in possibly doing a feature on it, but so far as I know that never actually happened.


But at least you're on the 'Demon Winner' website

http://demonwinner.free.fr/australia/2004/golden_demon_winner.php?categorie=7
Spoiler:

   
Made in au
Incorporating Wet-Blending




Sydney

nerdfest09 wrote:Thanks for sharing KB! :-) I am really glad you showed us the finished result! your whites look great on the marine and are weathered really really nicely, it'd work beautifully on a White Scars army :-)


Thanks mate, it was way too ambitious for someone with so little time. Still, I am pretty happy with how it worked given I only used 3 paint pots (4 if you count blood for the blood god).

Gitsplitta wrote:Nice work on the party-coloring too.


I don't know what that is
   
Made in us
Decrepit Dakkanaut






Madison, WI

That's having the color switching back and fourth on the body.

   
Made in au
Incorporating Wet-Blending




Sydney

oh right, thanks mate - that was the biggest pain.

airbrushing with lots of tape, lots of liquid mask, and lots of blue-tac. Then because of the delay, I had it masked and didn't know what colour I was supposed to put down, so I had to unmask it...
   
 
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