Labels

Iron Hands Space Marines 40k painting dark angels Grey Knights Tau Scratchbuild Infinity NOVA Open Dreadnoughts WIP terrain librarian Deathwing airbrush dark eldar Infinity the game warhammer 30k Malifaux Xenos greenstuff hobby plasticard space marine terminator zenithal Adepticon Ariadna Autocannon Haqqislam Imperial Guard Interrogator-Chaplain Lion's Blade Mathhammer Rifleman Stormbird Titan army building bases battle company battle report counts-as force weapons master of the forge tactics 3d printing 6th Edition Age of Sigmar Apocalypse Blood Angels Chaos Da Boyz GT Grotesques Landspeeder OSL Orks Razorback Resin Casting Scouts Scratch build Shapeways arbites codex review eldar fantasy high elves inquisition molds review 40k BBQ AoS Astra Militarum BBQ Battleground Bikes Black Knights Blood of Kittens Cadre Fireblade Capital Palette Clash Comp Comp Deathwing Knights Display Board Doubles Dreamforge Eisenkern Elysian Emperor's Children Escalation F.A.T. Mat Fallen Hoffman Horus Heresy Land Raider Crusader Lysander MDF Mig weathering powder 40k Onslaught GT Pathfinders Praetor Predator Riptide Space Wolves Stormraven Stronghold Assault Techmarine Teddy Typhoon Veterans Vulkan Warriors of Chaos archon astartes bike chaos marines color scheme custodes dark angels codex dark angels list forgeworld genestealer cults gesso hurricane bolters infinity kazak ariadna lakes land raider landspeeders laser cut marines mega battle miracles. object source lighting photography ponds rhno superheavy techmarine. thunderhawk tigurius wet-blend

Monday, April 22, 2013

Land Raider Redux

I'm in the process of touching up my Crusader so it can look good while undertaking banner of devastation shenanigans.

It looked presentable before, but I never liked the way I had over-accentuated the shading with browns on the bottom half of the vehicle. I touched it up with some Ushtabi Bone, and added a few more highlights with a mix of pure white and Screaming Skull. Next I added some sponge chipping using the old Charadon Granite, and a very light gray. I'll be adding some Boltgun Metal to the mix tonight, and then I will likely wash and detail the metal components and finish viewports and lenses. Once all that is done I'll do some oil washes as well. 

My current master plan involves painting or retouching all of my vehicles to a similar level, and then applying weathering powders to all at around the same time. My hope is that this will add a level of consistency and help make the different color schemes more 

No comments:

Post a Comment