Posted by Malmir on 2021-01-28 19:07:56
They look very good.
Posted by BeanBelly on 2021-01-28 19:11:37
Thanks, I'm really proud of this lot. Can't wait to get started on the next team.
Posted by Axtklinge on 2021-01-28 19:35:02
Really nice paint job, congrats!
(Love how white the gobbo shirt looks, and the freehand numbers on the BO's).
BTW what did you used to make the texture in the bases?
It looks simple but very thematic at the same time.
Posted by BeanBelly on 2021-01-28 20:50:43
Thanks, I have to admit though the numbers are transfers.
The steps for the bases was like this.
1. PVA glue and Sand.
2. PVA glue and Army Painter 'Brown Battleground'
3. PVA glue mixed 1/4 with water
4. Paint Black
5. Drybrush Grey
6. Drybrush White
With drying time I did this over two days, but it was really simple to do.
I think the children were proud to donate a bit of their sand pit to the scheme : )
Posted by garyt1 on 2021-01-28 21:16:31
Wow, these are great. They look like from a seasoned miniature painter. Good effort on the bases too.
Posted by snorkelwanted on 2021-01-28 23:05:28
That is a very clean, bright white t-shirt that goblin is wearing!
Posted by snorkelwanted on 2021-01-28 23:06:31
P.S. Look great!
Posted by BeanBelly on 2021-01-28 23:29:21
Ha ha! It’s funny ‘cos it’s true. Pallid Wytch Flesh with White highlights. T’other mini has a bit more agrax in the folds.
I will eventually add some rust, dirt & damage to all the models. But for now I’m moving on..
Constructed a GW treeman this evening, keeping it in two halves in order to paint the hollow trunk.
Posted by Silviackk on 2021-01-31 15:46:58
Yeah, good , no GREAT job you did there.
I have to precise I m trying only to stick my own orks and I can't see the end of this first task to do, Ahah !