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Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Armies - Breaching Progress!

I have been working on all my tanks (mostly all at the same time too) and I've got some images of the current state of the Hades Breaching Drill.

Since the last post here, it has had a wash using Army Painter Quickshade and some highlighting on the chipping as well as a series of heavy weathering washes. The idea, mostly because I am one to get distracted easily, is to use a combination of quick methods to help make the model look good! So, despite looking through the Forge World Masterclass book in great detail, I've skipped labourious techniques in favour of speedier alternatives.




There is a little more weathering detail to do and neaten up... I don't hink I will be doing any transfers on this thing, and I of course need to finish up with a matt varnish to seal everything in and matt out the shading wash.

It's nearly done though...

5 comments:

  1. Nice drill. I've not seen one being built online before. It's a cool model and I think you're doing a good job on the paint.

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  2. Thanks, it's good to get other peoples opinions on things and I'm glad that it looks like I'm on the right track. keep in touch for more updates on the progress of the drill, as well as (a lot of) other tanks too! (check out the 1750pt list for exactly how many!)

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  3. Oink,

    I'm new to your blog as i just saw it on the HoP new member mondays post(nice essay!) and i just wanted to comment and say that yours has become one of my favourite blogs. i love the terrain and your IG are looking Ssuperb!

    keep up the great work and excuse the raggedness of my comment, posting from a dingy cafe in indo.

    redscorps

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  4. Thanks for looking, Red!

    Be sure to follow the blog in order to keep up to date with future posts... and feed my ego of course!

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  5. yeah mate, will do.at the moment google/blogger thinks i am Indonesian and i have no idea how to navigate my way to following.

    i'll follow when i can though and will also add you to my blogrolls so others can see your good work and hopefully send you some more traffic.

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