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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Project Daemons of Chaos: Soul Grinder

Next model up in the rage painting was the Soul Grinder.. and this was more to finish him off..

Not much else to really say here.. except that he got more highlights, more shadows, and the bone sections got finished. The second one of these will be blue I think. So will see what I learned from this experiment, and what I can apply to it.







I like the model and cannot wait to see how horrible he does in battle. I suspect him to attract each and every cannon, and artillery fire, along with massive instant death spells! If he sees combat, I will take a photo of him in action, and me pointing and laughing at my opponent for letting him get into combat..

Main thing I hate on this model though.. are the legs! They just do not want to stay, and in order to fit them properly, you have to scrap the paint off them. Need to work on that for the next one also.

Peace out.. one more massive rage works to go..

17 comments:

  1. You've done an amazing job with this guy.

    I remember my old Iron Warrior Defiler being a nightmare with the legs, so you have my sympathy.

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    1. Indeed.. and I have one more to go with it.. will see what I can do to make the next one more stable though! Thanks.

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  2. Grat job , nice texture in red and gold , really good .

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    1. Hola Amigo
      En un apalabra PASOTE me encanta
      un saludo

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    2. Thanks Capt LOL and Gracias JD!

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  3. What a Behemoth - tremendous work Mr Lee.

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    1. Cheers styx.. wanted him to stand out for sure.

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    1. Is he though, is he really? ;) Thanks Fran.

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  6. Bloody hell, that's some excellent paintwork! I like the green sword!

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    1. Cheers Ray.. I wanted it to stand out, glad it did!

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  7. This looks fantastic-so much detail to paint and that green sword is a brilliant idea!

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    1. Thanks.. Sword was almost all airbrush also. With a few controlled washes on it.

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