Here is my first attempts at a colour scheme. I think I need to step away for a couple of days and re-assess it. The pale colour is a little bluer than it appears here.
Something I like to do, in the evenings (life permitting) is mucking around with sound. I want to make my gaming a little more immersive. This is one of my attempts. I am not able to post directly here, so here is a link to my website where I am hosting it.
Mostly paint particles.
I decided to strike while the iron was hot and try airbrushing the wings. The set up for airbrushing isn’t quite right yet, but a few small tweaks should get it there. More practice is required. Firstly getting the paint to the right consistancy and secondly getting the airflow/needle balance right.
And patience. Take time and build up the paint slowly otherwise it runs.
Most importantly wear a mask.
The leaves on the trees are changing from green to orange. The mountains have had their first snow. Our winter wood has been delivered and safely stored.
And now I have primed the Dragon.
So far I have only used a single action airbrush. Now it’s time to up my game and break out the double-action airbrush for the wings.
So the Dragon is glued and ready to paint. Am I doing anything about it? Am I heck as like!
The first distraction was in the form of a freebie figure from the revamped White Dwarf. I thought he would make a nice leader for my growing band of Chaos cultists.
Then I got distracted by an old Bob Olley sculpt that I have had for about thirty years. I was inspired by seeing pictures on the Oldhammer Facebook group.
And finally my local GeeDub store is running a spooky painting contest. So I had a rummage through my bitz box and found this figure.
Perhaps it’s time to get my finger out and get on with the real job?