Little Green Men Week 2: Tabletop Ready at least
A little bit past the 3 color standard. There’s a lot of touch up to do but it shouldn’t take too long. Getting the wings to stay on should be an ongoing challenge.
This guy came out well. His sword arm wouldn’t come off so painting his chest wasn’t the easiest. Also one of his shoulder pads was primed black and every other model in the squad primed white so he will probably get a lot of touch up to balance that out.
I love this guy’s post. And I hope I can get that grate off the base so I can base him properly…
You’ve met the sarge
Old breastplate, Good pose, and will be easy to base. The only down side to this guy is he faces “down” a bit more than I’d like.
I need to turn his head. Iconography came out real well.
I’m torn about highlighting these guys the way I did the others. I know I need to do a little but their base color is much brighter than the rest of the troops and I don’t want to make them insanely bright. Their details are well picked out already in normal lighting and unlike the Mk III armored troops who look really boring, these guys are very dynamic and interesting without the TRON highlights.
OH and you don’t get views of the back because I need to add fire effects. Next week I might do a character, I might finish the land raider. It’s a BUSY week. The week following I’m planning on doing Inceptors.
Posted on December 2, 2017, in Little Green Men, Warhammer 40k and tagged Miniatures, Painting, Warhammer 40k. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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