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Screaming into the void






Mostly, on my phone.

Excellent progress! I 'watch' with interest

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Shroomin Brain Boy





Berlin Germany

It is indeed a working clock.


Ohhhhhhhhh...

   
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Fixture of Dakka







inmygravenimage wrote:Excellent progress! I 'watch' with interest
Bah dum tch! It's duel purposed as a watch tower too which adds yet another layer of punage! Where will it end?! Secrets and lies, secrets and lies!

And thanks, graven! I got another lovely little envelope from you which is going to make my life a lot easier. Did you make those Fleurs yourself?
Viktor von Domm wrote:
Casey's Law wrote:It is indeed a working clock.
Ohhhhhhhhh...
Thanks! If I can impress you guys that's what counts for me.

I'll sort out a picture or two later on.

   
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Ragin' Ork Dreadnought






Albany, Australia

Clever idea (working clock), and the execution is looking good. Good luck with the paint and comp!

   
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Screaming into the void






Mostly, on my phone.

No probs, mate glad you got it. I used a papercraft fleur punch I got from Hobbycraft at The Fort. If only they did a smaller size too!

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Fixture of Dakka







Arakasi wrote:Clever idea (working clock), and the execution is looking good. Good luck with the paint and comp!
Thanks mate, details on how things played out below.
inmygravenimage wrote:No probs, mate glad you got it. I used a papercraft fleur punch I got from Hobbycraft at The Fort. If only they did a smaller size too!
Creative thinking, I like that! That big Hobbycraft is chock full of win, luckily for my wallet the sheer quantity of stuff means it's hard to find all the little things that I'd want to buy instantly. Well I think I'm going to give one of them some embellishments and put it on the back of one of my tanks. Because the brothers and sisters of the Ecclesiarchy stick together!

Okay so some of you probably saw my post last week in Briancj's blog. Basically I got some rubbish news which had a knock on effect to a load of other stuff I was balancing. I took it really bad and the last thing I wanted to do was paint. I had persevered to a point which only served to build an association between my mood and the entry. Eventually I couldn't take it any more and 'ragequit' my entry as the least important thing I had going on.

Fast forward 6 days and I'm back on my feet but the piece I was working on for the competition hasn't moved. I have an irrational dislike of it now which will have to pass before I touch it again. When I feel like finishing it off I'll do it at my leisure, if there is any interest I might even give it away.

Sorry but that's all pretty depressing isn't it? You guys deserve a proper update. Well, last night I took a notion to just straight up build a plastic kit, a refreshing little palette cleanser. A Predator and two Razorbacks later and I'm feeling rather pleased with myself. That constitutes the mechanized element of my Ministorum Patriarchus, the Ecclesiarchal Marines I'm building to game with. The marines themselves have had a fair bit of attention since you last saw them but I had been keeping that up my sleeve. I need to roll out the press moulding details next and then finish them off with little plastic details I've hoarded from a range of kits. They'll get there own blog when I finally buy an airbrush and decide to paint them. Without further ado, here they are:


What do you think? Am I pushing the right buttons for you? It's a nice big zoomable image btw.

Thanks for dropping by!

   
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Gargantuan Great Squiggoth





Not where I should be

Brilliant work. And nice to see you back at it sir.




 
   
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Screaming into the void






Mostly, on my phone.

Good to have you back! Great stuff. Moar!

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Battleship Captain






all my buttons are flipped to on.
   
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Mastering Non-Metallic Metal







Good to see you back in the land of 0's and 1's.
Good job on the latest builds, look forward to more.


The army- ~2295 points (built).

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Is 'Eavy Metal Calling?





Affton, MO. USA

Dark angel successors? Or are they vanilla with robes? Either way they are looking good ATM.

Glad your on the mend mentally, I've been there too when one thing just sours your gaming/hobby experience.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
   
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Fixture of Dakka







Thanks for the support and encouragement, lads! I'll try and get my press moulding on today so all those torsos are finished.

@Theo - The group is of my own design but based loosely on the foundations that the lore lays out. As always it's my attempt to be original while working within the canon. I call them the Ministorum Patriarchus, a small force of marines created by the Ecclesiarchy from Schola Progenium students. They run at 500pts and use the Blood Angels codex to represent the Reclusiarch whipping them into a zealous frenzy. I've been sketchy on where their gene seed is from so far but it's likely BA in some part with a mix of other stuff.

   
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Shroomin Brain Boy





Berlin Germany

hey mate... good to see you on your feet again... but... essential news flash... don´t think that you OWE us anything... you work at your leisure... always... hobby should never result to anything but pleasure in doing what you like... hopefully you get around one day and finish the clocky thingy whatever it will be...!

but for the time being... nice looking bunch of raw unpainted marines

   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut







^^What Vik said^^

"dave you are the definition of old school..." -Viktor Von Domm My P&M Blog :
It's great how just adding a little iconography, and rivets of course, can make something look distinctly 40K-adamsouza
"Ah yes, the sound of riveting.....Swear word after swear word and the clinking of thrown tools" "Nope. It sucks do it again..."- mxwllmdr
"It puts together more terrain, or else it gets the hose again...-dangledorf2.0
"This is the Imperium, there is no peace, there are only rivets" -Vitruvian XVII
"I think rivets are the perfect solution to almost every problem"- Rawson
More buildings for the Building God! -Shasolenzabi
 
   
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Berlin Germany


   
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Fixture of Dakka







Thanks guys! You make a good point Vik and thanks for saying it. I'm a very erratic and slow worker when it comes to my own hobby stuff and I sometimes feel I need to update something even if I'm not in the mood to work on it. Then it becomes a chore which is silly. It's good to remember it's for my own pleasure first and if I have something to show then that's a bonus. To be clear that wasn't a factor on this burn out I just had, it was personal stuff, but it's good to be reminded none the less. Thanks, dude!

Well I might not be up to working on the diorama but that doesn't mean I can't take pictures if it. Actually it's been quite cathartic taking these quick snaps, it's allowed me to see it in a fresh light and taken some of the taint from it. I'll start with a few older pictures I took while I was working and then we'll get to some newer ones. As you'll see it's partly disassembled for painting and there are a few bits left unfinished. The images are linked to the gallery where you should be able to zoom in if you'd like.


Here you can see I started adding the details in and around the muddy crater, a necessary step before layering on more mud.


Since I had to build the foundation wall on the edge of the crater I did some work on the other side. Here the foundations have been added and the wooden frame begins to take shape.


Next I added a roof section to the building frame and added that all important extra layer of mud to the crater and the spray areas.


Now you can see the building take shape as I layer up sections of wood panels, plaster and floor boards. All cardboard of course.


The front got a sandpaper layer of roughcast instead of plaster. I didn't take many pictures after this as progress was scattered and it was hard to point to any particular new additions. Everything really slid together from here and I figured I could easily recreate any of the stages if I was going to make a tutorial.


Now we jump forward to the new images. You can see the clocktower spring up and the barricade is built up around the crater. Lots of little details are added now but I had planned much more had I finished early. I'll probably add more detail now I have no time constraints and I'm thinking of upgrading some of the stuff with better versions.


Another angle shows more of the barricade and some other hidden elements. You can see that before I gave up I had resorted to slapping on the white basecoat extremely haphazardly, a clear sign that I was in a bad way and starting to resent the task. I hadn't even finished the build but I just wanted it out of the way. I'm glad now that I didn't rush through it, it deserves more of my time and will get it eventually this way.
You can also see the diorama style base I added which luckily allowed me to disguise the warping that had occurred. I glued the warped CD to a second one with some card to prop up the crater side which had received the brunt of the contraction. The strap around the outside covered it all up nicely anyway and I just have to extend the mud out to fill the gap. An easy task that I'll get around to before long, I'll just have to be careful it doesn't contact again. I may fill the gap with something first to limit the possibility of contraction which seemed to happen because of the quantity of tissue and amount of water I used.


Moving on, a shot of it from behind where you can see the building interior. It still needs trimmed to make it all flat and smoothly finished at the cut off. The clock is obviously dismantled here which means you get a nice view of the damage I added to the 'glass' panel that sits in front of it.
From here you can see into the building frame work which I'm happy with although one of the final additions will be dyed cotton ball 'insulation'. As with a few other details, insulation isn't necessarily something that would fit in a historical setting but I decided these were open to interpretation and therefore forgivable.


Last picture, I wanted a better shot of the living space interior, particularly the small section. I cut the sections of wallpaper and the painting from a pattern and large painting in a brochure I got through the door. The carpet is a piece of fabric, in this case a sock, clean, that had a huge hole in it so I was throwing it out anyway. There is a lot of shards of glass on the carpet too, I did all my glass with a sheet of clear plastic from a clamshell package. I plan on using a lot of washes in that room to stain these pieces. The bigger room is much simpler, a large hallway or reception area with wooden floor. In both you can see the damage to the outer wall carried through.

And that's it for now. As I say, it's on the subs bench until I can get back in the mood to work on it. I hope you enjoy what I have to show anyway. I got close to finishing but fell short by a day because of the bad news I had. Moving on though, I'm still quite proud of whatbi achieved.

Thanks for looking! You get +many internets if you actually read all that rambling. Take care!

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I would like the internet. And dear god sir your plans, and your execution are astounding! This is by far a superb and lovely piece. Even unpainted. Many props to you sir. I suggest a sephia wash for the window stain, about 3 coats should do.
   
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Screaming into the void






Mostly, on my phone.

Agreed, very cool. The cracking of the windows is really nicely executed. How stable is the whole thing?

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.
 
   
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Berlin Germany

that is a most architectural approach if I ever saw one...
carefull planning and execution... and lots of details... in fact I can say this is probably the highest density of details per inch compared to the other entries...
the front might be a slight bit too cluttered if you ask me...but that might be just my personal view...

the interior shots speak a whole other language tho... that is very good looking (this doesn´t mean the outside is not good looking... just to clarify any upcoming misunderstandings...)
at first I had thought before this baby never sees paint I would have loved to offer you assistance... but that build is definitely out of my league... so I recline from that even before truly offering it... I couldn't do this piece any justice...

and...
Thanks, dude!
all is well that ends well... it´s just sometimes the timescale that makes it look as if it doesn´t end well...as at the current vantage point one thinks it is an endless struggle... later on we see more clear...I was at some pretty ugly (nice figure of speech eh?) spots in my time too...


cheers, vik

   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut







The planning you did was too much awesome work for you to quit now. It's a simply amazing piece Casey! So well done!

"dave you are the definition of old school..." -Viktor Von Domm My P&M Blog :
It's great how just adding a little iconography, and rivets of course, can make something look distinctly 40K-adamsouza
"Ah yes, the sound of riveting.....Swear word after swear word and the clinking of thrown tools" "Nope. It sucks do it again..."- mxwllmdr
"It puts together more terrain, or else it gets the hose again...-dangledorf2.0
"This is the Imperium, there is no peace, there are only rivets" -Vitruvian XVII
"I think rivets are the perfect solution to almost every problem"- Rawson
More buildings for the Building God! -Shasolenzabi
 
   
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Mastering Non-Metallic Metal







Yeah, awesome build. Loving all the little details. Good work.

Chin up, do what you enjoy for now and come back to it when you feel in the mood. We'll still be here so see whatever you have to show, whenever you show it.


The army- ~2295 points (built).

* -=]_,=-eague Spruemeister General. * A (sprue) Hut tutorial *
Dsteingass - Dr. H..You are a role model for Internet Morality! // inmygravenimage - Dr H is a model to us all
Theophony - Sprue for the spruemeister, plastic for his plastic throne! // Shasolenzabi - Toilets, more complex than folks take time to think about!  
   
Made in gb
Fixture of Dakka







Thank you all for your kind comments! Far too kind I reckon!
cormadepanda wrote:I would like the internet. And dear god sir your plans, and your execution are astounding! This is by far a superb and lovely piece. Even unpainted. Many props to you sir. I suggest a sephia wash for the window stain, about 3 coats should do.
Well done for reading all of that, I tend to ramble on a bit! Thanks for all you said, it's very motivational to hear, especially since I rarely get this close to completing any of my projects. Haha!
inmygravenimage wrote:Agreed, very cool. The cracking of the windows is really nicely executed. How stable is the whole thing?
Thanks mate, I was pleasantly surprised with how the glass pieces came out. It's very stable as all the weight as at the bottom, you'd never knock it over or anything. Also it's structurally like a brick, I used a lot of super glue and pva and made sure each item was set tight before moving on to the next. It took a tumble midway through the build, about 2 foot onto a laminate floor, and there was two tiny pieces of 'wood' that snapped clean off at the edges. Took me three seconds to glue them back on and they eventually had more added to them so they are much stronger now.
Viktor von Domm wrote:that is a most architectural approach if I ever saw one...
carefull planning and execution... and lots of details... in fact I can say this is probably the highest density of details per inch compared to the other entries...
the front might be a slight bit too cluttered if you ask me...but that might be just my personal view...
You flatter me, sir! And I completely agree with you about the barricade being a bit too cluttered. When I get back to working on it I'll likely strip it back slightly and rework it, it's the part I'm least happy with.
Viktor von Domm wrote:the interior shots speak a whole other language tho... that is very good looking (this doesn´t mean the outside is not good looking... just to clarify any upcoming misunderstandings...)
at first I had thought before this baby never sees paint I would have loved to offer you assistance... but that build is definitely out of my league... so I recline from that even before truly offering it... I couldn't do this piece any justice...
Praise indeed thank you! And this really is outwith no ones league, especially not yours, I've seen some of your awesome work! Anyone could pull this off really, it's a huge quantity of simple efforts rather than a small amount of high skill techniques. When I come back to working on it I'll do some short tutorials to show how simple it is.
Viktor von Domm wrote:and...
Thanks, dude!
all is well that ends well... it´s just sometimes the timescale that makes it look as if it doesn´t end well...as at the current vantage point one thinks it is an endless struggle... later on we see more clear...I was at some pretty ugly (nice figure of speech eh?) spots in my time too...
Very well put, mate, very well put. Splash in the pond sort of thinking, I like that. I think I'll take some time to ponder how this fits into the bigger picture.
dsteingass wrote:The planning you did was too much awesome work for you to quit now. It's a simply amazing piece Casey! So well done!
That's the icing on the cake for me. If I have Mr Dave 'MyMagicHandsMakeAwesomeTerrainAppearFromNowhere' Steingass's approval then I'm doing something right. I've got a way to go before I can put out terrain like you do but I'm working towards it. Thanks for commenting.
 Dr H wrote:
Yeah, awesome build. Loving all the little details. Good work. Chin up, do what you enjoy for now and come back to it when you feel in the mood. We'll still be here so see whatever you have to show, whenever you show it.
Thanks, buddy! Chin is up and moving forward.

Today I'm half musing on my Ministorum Patriarchus and half on Graven's Competition. I will likely post about the competition next. Maybe tonight. Take care and be happy, Dakkanauts!

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Omnious Orc Shaman





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

Wow Casey, that's amazing work so far. Really hope you get the urge to finish it at some stage.

In all it's white glory it kind of reminds me of those little Christmas village decorations that you can get, only way better as it's in a state of disrepair BTW, the cracked clock window glass is superb.

   
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Is 'Eavy Metal Calling?





Affton, MO. USA

It really is a marvelous build you have going , nicely executed, I'd hire Casey's construction over Dr. hinternet construction just cause of the subfloor

As for your marines, with the new dex coming out in a couple weeks I don't know what to tell you. I'd say go with it her imperial fist heritage, or dark angel heritage if your looking for the crazed religious nuts. Until I see the new dex though I'm at a loss. You could just sa that heir heritage is a mystery and hey just have strong ties to the religious cast, but its h high lords of terra that commissions Marin chapters to be built.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
   
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Fixture of Dakka







Ruglud wrote:Wow Casey, that's amazing work so far. Really hope you get the urge to finish it at some stage.
In all it's white glory it kind of reminds me of those little Christmas village decorations that you can get, only way better as it's in a state of disrepair BTW, the cracked clock window glass is superb.
Thank you kindly! I'll definitely get back to it at some point in the not too distant future but I'll keep busy until then with other things.

Theophony wrote:It really is a marvelous build you have going , nicely executed, I'd hire Casey's construction over Dr. hinternet construction just cause of the subfloor
As for your marines, with the new dex coming out in a couple weeks I don't know what to tell you. I'd say go with it her imperial fist heritage, or dark angel heritage if your looking for the crazed religious nuts. Until I see the new dex though I'm at a loss. You could just sa that heir heritage is a mystery and hey just have strong ties to the religious cast, but its h high lords of terra that commissions Marin chapters to be built.
Haha, thanks man. Yeh I had a moment of distress when I realised they were stuffing a load of different Chapters into the new 'dex but I had a look around and I think the BA Codex will continue to operate separately so it doesn't really affect me. Although correct me if I'm wrong folks! The mystery heritage will probably be my go to answer until I decide otherwise but it's probably a big ole mix of DA, BA, BT and whatever else was available. It's not a big part of their story anyway, they weren't commissioned like normal marines and they aren't actually a Chapter. What I have built would be entirely half of their number. The way I see it the Ministorum would have thrown their weight around and got them pushed through. It's a missionary force really, just a rather aggressive one.


Anyway, I'm not put off from this competition fun and they say 3rd time's a charm...

Graven's Great Repurposing Contest!
Check it out! This deadline is the 26th September and the theme is repurposing.

I've been looking forward to this and I have a couple of ideas in my shortlist. Depending on the answers to some questions I asked I'll either be doing no system to Infinity or Infinity to Necromunda. If I go with Infinity to Necromunda and I have time I might add some WHFB and LOTR to Necromunda. We shall see!

This is the shortlisted bit and bobs that I'll be working from.


Be happy folks!

   
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Shroomin Brain Boy





Berlin Germany

now this is a big mix... that will be most interesting!

and...I am a simple man... I speak as I find

also... a proposed tutorial... I love these... so fire away!

also... I totally forgot about the window in the tower!... that was brilliant too!!!

   
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Ragin' Ork Dreadnought






Albany, Australia

Wow. Not to rain on the parade of your previous work, but I think your diorama is in another class entirely (of course, that class could just be "closer to finished" )
 Casey's Law wrote:
Anyone could pull this off really, it's a huge quantity of simple efforts rather than a small amount of high skill techniques. When I come back to working on it I'll do some short tutorials to show how simple it is.

I think you underestimate (like most people) the impressiveness a huge quantity of simple efforts make. Sometimes, in trying/idolising "high skill" techniques, we simply fail, or go overboard, and miss the forest for the trees. I'll be waiting on those tutorials just to be impressed by how simple they are!

I hope you manage to separate your personal life from your diorama sometime soon - I would love to see it finished (painted). It would have made a great entry.

Interested to see where your next project takes you - what plans are there for the Nurgle Ork Warboss - any soon-ish?



   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut







Dood!..If you don't make that Dwarf Slayer (With Sunglasses!) into a Necromunda ganger, mail him to me

"dave you are the definition of old school..." -Viktor Von Domm My P&M Blog :
It's great how just adding a little iconography, and rivets of course, can make something look distinctly 40K-adamsouza
"Ah yes, the sound of riveting.....Swear word after swear word and the clinking of thrown tools" "Nope. It sucks do it again..."- mxwllmdr
"It puts together more terrain, or else it gets the hose again...-dangledorf2.0
"This is the Imperium, there is no peace, there are only rivets" -Vitruvian XVII
"I think rivets are the perfect solution to almost every problem"- Rawson
More buildings for the Building God! -Shasolenzabi
 
   
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The Hammer of Witches





cornwall UK

The slayer is a desirable piece of lead...

Hey this cardboard building looks like a lot of fun. And you have an impressive eye for detail. If you do the tutorial I will read it and have a go!

   
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Fixture of Dakka







Hey folks! Sorry I haven't dropped in but I haven't done much to report on. Played about with my entry to Graven's competition but nothing worth pictures yet.

I have put some stuff up in the Swap Shop though, if anyone is interested please check it out and make me an offer. Ideally would like to sell the Nids this weekend if possible, will go cheaper tonight. Check them out here.

Viktor von Domm wrote:now this is a big mix... that will be most interesting!
and...I am a simple man... I speak as I find
also... a proposed tutorial... I love these... so fire away!
also... I totally forgot about the window in the tower!... that was brilliant too!!!
Looks like I'm going to be working on two or maybe three Necromunda characters for the competition. I want to be able to use them as Hired Guns or maybe even as permanent Gangers if the notion takes me. There will be a Squat Miner and Escher Ganger and if I have time an Ash Nomad on Beast.
Tutorials on the diorama before long!
Arakasi wrote:Wow. Not to rain on the parade of your previous work, but I think your diorama is in another class entirely (of course, that class could just be "closer to finished" )
Haha, I think you hit the nail on the head there mate, maybe if I finished things I'd actually be able to show the quality of my work. Thank you for your compliment!
Arakasi wrote:
 Casey's Law wrote:
Anyone could pull this off really, it's a huge quantity of simple efforts rather than a small amount of high skill techniques. When I come back to working on it I'll do some short tutorials to show how simple it is.
I think you underestimate (like most people) the impressiveness a huge quantity of simple efforts make. Sometimes, in trying/idolising "high skill" techniques, we simply fail, or go overboard, and miss the forest for the trees. I'll be waiting on those tutorials just to be impressed by how simple they are!
I hope you manage to separate your personal life from your diorama sometime soon - I would love to see it finished (painted). It would have made a great entry.
Good point! I'll get back to it soon and maybe encourage others to try out that level of detail with the simplicity of the tutorials.
Arakasi wrote:Interested to see where your next project takes you - what plans are there for the Nurgle Ork Warboss - any soon-ish?
He's definitely something I want to get back to right away, probably before the diorama. Hmm, leave it with me and I'll see what I can do...
dsteingass wrote:Dood!..If you don't make that Dwarf Slayer (With Sunglasses!) into a Necromunda ganger, mail him to me
Apologies but Mr Gortrek has been on my save for later pile for too long, he's going to be entering the Hive now as a Miner. You'll definitely find him on eBay though, he's an amazing miniature. Even better than sunglasses, that's an eyepatch and the bushiest eyebrow you've ever seen!
weetyskemian44 wrote:The slayer is a desirable piece of lead...
Hey this cardboard building looks like a lot of fun. And you have an impressive eye for detail. If you do the tutorial I will read it and have a go!
Again sorry but there are a few on eBay and I recommend you get one, he is definitely a favourite of mine. The cardboard diorama really was a lot of fun, I'll do some tutorials soon. Thanks!

   
 
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