- Blood Bowl Teams
- Step By Step: Painting a Predator
- Using the 'Shaded Basecoat' Technique to paint Saurus warriors
- Step By Step armor for Tomb Kings Horsemen
- Step by Step painting of a Gamezone Cold One
- Painting a marble and tile flying base
- How I photograph my miniatures: A window into my photo booth
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
I was able to find some bigger images of the Ultraforge Chaos demon today! I have always liked the Ultraforge miniatures, since they are very convenient for game play. The magnetized wings are fantastic, making it so much easier to transport.
Also, the way the poses are situated really helps during a game, when you get masses of troops into contact with one of them. Be it Warhammer or 40k, you can have a big scrum with one of these, as they tend to sit over the heads of the opposing "little guys".
This is especially critical in Warhammer, where this could be bumped up against rows and rows of spearmen, etc.
The last terrain building post! Now we get to our hills and rocky outcroppings.
Here's a review for those who have not seen the previous post about flocking the main board. We got our flock together, and made a few mixes of various colors, making sure to mix the fine and course turf together.
Just as we did with the main board, we had a dish of wood glue and lots of newspapers!
While Cathy was flocking the hills, I worked on the rocks. I used a mix that had more green and coarse turf around the bottom of the rocks, with a finer, more brownish mix on the upper surfaces.
Once the flock is covering the 'rougher' areas where maybe the knife went 'astray', they really have a nice look to them!
Here's Cathy working on the hills. We also had the flock go down the sides of the hills in some places...
A close up on the hills:
And the whole batch done! Time to clean off the table!
The finished pieces:
Finally, we add some of our own buildings and trees, and you have a nifty board ready for a battle!!