Pages

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Project Daemons of Chaos: Bloodletters

Yay! Christmas portion of the holidays are over, so back to a "normal" vacation period where I can focus on painting once more! :)

With that being said, here is the first unit finished so far.. a unit of 10 Bloodletters of Khorne. Not afixed to their bases yet, but the painting portion is over.

As state in the last post concerning the test model, I was not happy on how long it took to get that effect. So I tried it again, but in a darker scheme, and something that wouldn't make me ( more ) grey to finish up! So check out his friends..


And another shot where the background is almost completely removed from the photo.. I like this style better even if it doesn't show off the model in the greatest shape/color. 


And now I will paint up 3 more Shades for the old Dark Elf commission. Seems he cannot win without them. He even tried to paint one of them up, but I think his colors were a bit off compared to the originals..

Original Shades painted by me..


And his attempt to copy it..
 

As you can see.. it is a bit off in coloring.. and the photos do it no more justice than it should deserve :) So I will give them a quick paint job, and hope I can get that purple color the same as it was previously. Though the skin will probably come out better now that I have even more practice with it, and getting better with it overall now as well.

Peace out, and blog more laters.. the summary post is still being written for 2012.. and it is quite the tally for 2012 :)

2 comments:

  1. i m totally a fan of your new photobox mate, i really am. two thumbs up for the missus for this amazing gift.

    i like how the bloodletters look. i have my reservations on the green blade parts until i see them in person; but overall, they are nice.

    about the painting attempt of the shade... umm... i think i ll just mock your client/colleague/friend next time i see him, rather than wasting my ammo here :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. Personally I like the green on the axe blades. It's different and creative. Looking forward to your year end tally. Mine is quite small I'm afraid.

    ReplyDelete

If you liked the post, become a follower, comment or email me at mr.lees.painting.emporium@gmail.com.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...