So I picked up and painted this guy a number of weeks back for the Kingmaker campaign that I'm playing in. Its from the Iconic line of Pathfinder models.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Friday, July 24, 2015
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Here's another new picture post of a previously finished model. This time It's one of my Alaitoc Farseers.
When I first posted this guy, I went for a more stylized approach in using terrain and other Seers behind him. It have a cool effect and all, but it didn't really let the model shine.
Monday, July 20, 2015
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Thursday, April 16, 2015
I've been getting some work done on the Voidweaver. I am really enjoying this process with the model in pieces.
I've finally found some more motivation to finish my Harlequins, new Eldar! I am so psyched about the new models. Expect a lot of Jetbikes in my future.
Friday, April 10, 2015
Monday, April 6, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
Monday, March 16, 2015
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
The black is not coming out like I wanted. I'll have to do some more layers to get the smoothness I desire. I think the red and blue are coming along well. I'm not sure when I want to dive into some diamonds. I might just save it towards the end.
Monday, March 9, 2015
Picking up some extra hours of work will make my bank account happy, but cut into my painting time. Hopefully, I can get some motivation after work tomorrow to get some base-coating done on these guys.
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Monday, March 2, 2015
A nice package showed up today. I generally don't like to get so many models at once when building up a new force. It's a philosophy I stuck to with my Necrons and I was satisfied with the results. I just couldn't help myself though. Three Starweaver kits showed up today. I just had to start right away too. I held off for a bit, but the Priority Mail box was just staring at me working on my Skyweaver.
As for the Skyweaver, I haven't forgot about it. As you can see, it has had significant work done on it. I Plan on using it as a palette cleanser whilst working on the Starweavers.
Sunday, March 1, 2015
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Just some quick WIP pics of my first Skyweaver. There's still some work on the rider herself that needs to be done. The back guy just has some base colors on him. Hopefully I can finish by at least Sunday.
Monday, February 23, 2015
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Monday, February 16, 2015
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Thursday, February 12, 2015
The Harlequin models continue to roll off the painting table. This time it's a Shadowseer.
Much like the last player posted, this is a sprucing up of a previously painted model. This time though, it was a much more extensive job. Every part of the model saw some work done to it.
The photographs have a tendency to over state the white highlights on the model. It was there with the Solitaire, but more noticeable here on the Shadowseer.
The rest of the model is fairly standard Harlequin fare. I chose to limit the diamonds for two reasons. First, there isn't a lot of places to make them work. Second, I feel that the Shadowseer would have a bit more understated look.
I plan on getting a new plastic Shadowseer. The model looks awesome and with the leaked FOC, having 7 Elite slots gives the option for a lot of Seers.
As for what's next, it's more players. I flirted with doing some batch painting, but it didn't feel right. I did two to start off with and did a good amount of base-coating, but ultimately decided to focus on just one model at a time.
This is an older metal sculpt Harlequin Player. I just had to spruce him up a bit and bring him along with the new plastic style. I think the model still stands up. I think i'll differentiate the Troupes by their hair color.
I have a Shadowseer on the verge of completion. I am really excited for the new plastic one, but it doesn't hurt to have options.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
I've been on a roll for two days now. It must be all those years of Harlequin drought.
I really like this pose. The backward sword just screams Harlequin to me. That matched with the pistol, makes for a cool pose. The mask didn't quite come out right due to the pure whiteness though. I like how the capes on these new Harlequins are optional. Not only do they shoehorn in painting options, but makes everything look the same.
I plan on starting up another one tonight, but stupid work will get in the way of finishing it. I still really want to get the bulk of these done before the Skyweavers roll in.
Monday, February 9, 2015
So I got myself to the gaming store today and picked me up some Harlequins. I got a Troupe box and a Solitaire. I've got them all assembled and I really like everything so far. I was apprehensive about getting a Troupe box seeing as I have 16 Players and 2 Masters, but I couldn't pass up those beatiful models. The extra bits are welcome as well.
I cannot explain how much I love this Solitaire model. It's dynamic, but still very understated. Compared to the old school Solitaires from the late 90s, this is just amazing. I chose to leave off the phase out bit off the cloak. I just don't like it.
Paint scheme wise it's a very limited palette. The model is predominately black and several shades of purple. It definitely gets some inspiration from the GW paint scheme, but I changed some things to fit my Eldar aesthetic.
Next up are the Troupers. I chose not to build a Troupe Master and went with six Players. I would really like to get them done by the time the new Jetbikes drop, so I have my work cut out for me.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
So the new Harlequin Codex/Supplement/dataslate/whatever they end up calling it has got me stoked. Harlequins where really my first army in 40k. I was an Eldar player, but the first real force that I look the field with were the murder clowns. With the leaks already, I feel they are getting the attention I think they deserve. I know I cannot wait until I get my hands on that new Solitaire. On to the model.
This is one of the three old style Death Jesters. The original boxset from GW came with 16 models, three of which were Death Jesters. This one is easily my favorite. I used this model as an exarch for years during 2nd ed when he wasn't in my Harlequin force. For a model from 1989, I think it really holds up and definitely still inspiring the current sculpt.
These were some of the first diamonds I have done in some time. I think they came out well. I spent a bit more time than in the past and I think the finished product shows that. I kept the rest of the model very dark. I changed up some colors than my traditional Eldar scheme.
I have a whole mess of Harlequins on my table right now. If Harlequins get new Jetbikes, I think my head will explode. I haven't pre-ordered anything from GW since 8th edition fantasy rulebook. Eldar Harlequins will reset that clock.