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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Project Space Wolves: Terminators Part 1


Part 1 of the Terminators for this army. I say part 1, cause well there are a lot of photos for them, and I want to spread it out.

Following up with the faces on Monday, and the Power fist look on Tuesday, here are some more Terminators.

They do some out a bit darker still, as I could go with the darker scheme like the Wolf Guard. I think it fits better for them anyways, as this is more ancient armor, and what not.

First off, I want to thank Maz over at Winterdyne Commissions and his post concerning the Blood Angels. He provided the colors for the Frost Axe. Was not the easiest thing to paint up, but I think the end results came out quite nice. So thanks again Maz!

For the rest, well it was the same as before, but on larger models. I have to say that Terminators have a lot of space to get painted, and take forever to paint up! These, along with their 4 other brethren, took me all weekend to complete! Am sick of seeing them at the moment, so am glad to be away on a business trip. :)

Some more close up shots of the individuals here..







I took more shots of the last guy with the cloak, as I was told to make it red, but not overly red. So it has some VMC Burnt Umber as a base, mixed in with GW Mephiston Red. I think it came out nice once more, and again I think I will be picking up more Vallejo Model Colors in the future. When they work, they really work!

More tomorrow..

12 comments:

  1. Wow!
    Those power weapons look absolutely stunning – all of them!

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    1. Thanks DT.. was happy on how they came out, especially the Axe!

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  2. Ooooh I like these and want to have some! The expression on the third guys face is so brutal. Great brushwork MR Lee.

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    1. Thanks Anne. Were a brutal bunch to get through though, so am glad to be done with them. Next set of 4 tomorrow!

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  3. Superb I do like these alot! love the power weapon effects

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    1. Thanks Brummie. Much appreciated for the kind words.

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  4. Awesome stuff, I like the guy with the cloak the most, he could definitely pose as a character figure, like wolf lord or something.

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    1. Thanks Adam. Agreed he has enough bling and change on him to make that happen. Let's see what the client does with him for games!

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    1. Heh.. thanks Michael.. glad you love them, the client does as well ;)

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