Last post I ended rather abruptly as I really needed to get some sleep and was expecting a big rainstorm for the evening. I am one of maybe three people in the world that loses internet connectivity when it rains. Any way, if you have read last post you will have seen this:
|Paint like you have the above.|
So now you are looking at a fully assembled Destroyer and Juggernaut all base coated and waiting for a touch of metal. Lets do that. just a heads up, the pictures here were taken during the painting party that I hosted.
Some times it's better to paint with other people around.
I had brought back a bound of Paupa New Guinea and I was asked to prepare a pot for my friends. It's
always important to have some thing to eat and drink at a painting party or during a painting session.
|Fried Potato product is always popular.|
Most of the areas that I need to touch up are the metal parts like the pistons, some joints and screws.
Next I picked up the Juggernaut and began to paint his axe.
I did the same for the Destroyer's axe.
Here is a better view of Pig Iron with a Coal Black undercoat.
I then move on to the hand.
Then I mix up some more Pig Iron and grab the Juggernaut..
I am desperately fighting the urge to end this post and split off the rest in another post. I shall however persevere. How are those comments coming along? Any thoughts? Questions?
So now that the hands are done I decide to add paint to the rest of the axe. And what paint do i choose? Pig Iron. This is making want to eat pork....
Well that is it for this post. I will take a short break and compose the next section. We took a lot of pictures that still need editing. Though not as many as we would have liked. I think that we need a dedicated photographer. And those require bribes and stuff, like loot and exp and the like. Well I hope that I have provided some insight into painting today or night. I will continue with the metal paints in the next post and if it doesn't take too long I will get to the highlights and some light shading.
In the meantime..