Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Friday, July 22, 2016

Elves, Dwarves, & Humans

Elves, Dwarves, & Humans

Wood Elves
 Dark Elves
 Men At Arms
Dwarf Crossbows

Monday, July 18, 2016

Skaven, Beastmen, & More

Skaven, Beastmen, & More


 Cloud Giant, Troll front and back

 Minotaur and Demon Ape

 Larger Beastmen


 Vintage Warhammer Skaven

 Skaven back

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Reaper Bones Undead

Reaper Bones Undead

 Overview of Undead group

 Tomb King, guard front, guard back

 Lich, spear, bow

 Undead champ, gargoyle front, gargoyle side

sword, spear, 2 handed wpn

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Reaper Bones Test Pics

Reaper Bones Test Pics

Brown Ratman without primer.  Black Ratman with primer.
Without primer, the paint layers had to be reapplied a 2nd time, in certain areas.
The primed figure had to have the primer reapplied in certain areas, but the subsequent paint was fine. 

Conclusion: in either case, the first applied paint (or primer) needs to be reapplied in small problem areas.  This is not as bad as it seems, but is a small annoyance. 

Used a "thumb rub" test to see if paint came off.  They both passed the test.  Also, ink washes are just fine.  It appears the problem with washes or watered down paint layers is only for the initial first layer of paint.  My ink wash stage is the 2nd to last stage in my paint process, so there.

Last dark elf on the right was missing a xbow.  He has been re-supplied with an Empire crossbow.

Back view of new crossbow.  Client: note gap in base that needs filling to these figures.