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Friday, July 20, 2012
Time to start painting the Decimator! These images are all very early stages. More pics in the coming days...
As I began, it was important (as usual) to get as much color onto every surface as quickly as possible
Since I was working rapidly, and with a large brush, I was able to do some wet into wet blending with my colors.
Here are some shots of the torso...
I usually don't show pictures like this. My palette. You can see all the colors that I had been using, and how a somewhat limited color palette created a lot of variety.
Back to the torso:
Here we see some lighter colors on the legs. By this time, I was beginning to use some fluorescent colors.
I bring out the rust and stains a bit more:
The palette shows some of the light sky blues that I added to it.
Gee, I wonder what gave me the ideas to use those colors? It couldn't have been Cathy's shirt, could it?
OK some more of the 50+ photos that I shot of this beast :-)
The top views are among my favorites, since it really shows how massive it is!
Here are some pictures that show the heavy bolters and multi meltas on the nose mounts...
Another busy day! In the midst of priming Nurgle Decimators, I worked on this batch of skeletons for Armies on Parade.
I had been looking forward to these guys! It took some doing to get them to rank up into the archer unit. :-)
Here are some individual shots: