Saturday, 25 October 2014
Friday, 24 October 2014
I'm a bit of a sucker for custom dice. I tend to buy dice to match my armies. As you can see from the picture above I have Tyranid dice, Ultramarine dice, yellow dice for my yellow themed Orc army. I love it. This got Stahly and I thinking and we had a chat about how cool it would be to have Tale of Painter dice! Then we thought it would be strange because we're a painting website. What would we actually put on the dice? This is where you come in. What would you like to see? Would you buy them? How many would you buy? Let us know in the comments.
Thursday, 23 October 2014
I'm so pleased I didn't have to buy paint for this project. I also had plenty of spare flock so I didn't have to buy that either. So far this project has cost me nearly £70. The paint and flock would have pushed it closer to £100. This doesn't even include the models! That's why it's important for me to lavish lots of time on this project and do the best I possibly can. With the basing materials glued in place I feel like the project is nearly done. Detail work left to do. Show me your support in the comments to help me over the line.
Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Lots of paint on this update. I dug out my old Vallejo paint (I'm a Citadel paint fan nowadays) so I used up all my old browns. I bought some large synthetic water colour brushes to speed up painting the fort. It's a combination of painting, dry brushing and sponging. The main base is pretty much the same but with more sponging. It's so much faster than using an airbrush.
One time when I was looking for inspiration for Undead models, I came across Julian Bayliss' work. I was blown away how sinister, dark and extremely detailed his miniatures are. Not only the painting is so superb, but the conversions are too. I invited him to be a guest here on Tale of Painters, to which he gladly agreed. Over to Julian after the jump.
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
This Saturday, Games Workshop stores will see the judging of Armies on Parade. I'm slightly worried now because I'm still not finished! Please give me your support to help me finish this huge scratch built project on time! Lots of updates this week as I plough through this project. Stay tuned.