Holy mother of... So I finally finished the test model for my Harlequin army and tesus jits that took a while. I'm overly pleased with how she turned out, but the fact that I have seven more to do is pretty bittersweet. A majority of the time spent on the model was with the diamond patterns on the leg, chest and arm, but the rest went by far quicker. Anyway, more pics after the jump. Enjoy!
A shout out to all of my hobby people out there! My friend Ron, who's an amazing graphic designer, hobbiest and a great guy to boot, put up a Kickstarter this week for custom decal creation. The concept is simple: Any decal you can imagine he will create for you (at a cost that won't make your wallet cry). So if you're looking for a little something to make your work stand out from the rest, click the link HERE!
All three models finished with mostly airbrushing and the most simple of basing terrain. A 750pt army in less than a week that doesn't look half-bad is a home run in my book. In all honesty, I'm really happy (and surprised) with how these guys turned out considering how little time I spent on them. My next project will be very delicate, time consuming and will require a lot of things I haven't tried before, so I wanted to get this army under my belt before I push forward. Anyway, more pics after the jump. Enjoy!
And now we have the Trygon Prime, warlord for my quickest army (hobby-wise). I went with a green tone, though I thought it might turn out a little for teal and/or a little brighter. More than anything, though, this army was for learning and for having fun. I ended up having fun making a whole army in less than a week, but I also learned a lot about my airbrush and my opinions on paint for them. More on that and more pictures after the jump.