February 24, 2018, 12:29:59 AM

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I got the pants on 2 orc warriors painted last night  :)  they have big butts!!!

wood is a difficult one to paint, I cant remember the names of the paints but I do a dark brown, agrax, then a drybrush light brown.....raw wood, I do more of a grey color

cant wait for more, I have been getting into painting a bit too much lately for warmaster and I'm very interested now to have conversations about doing these amazingly well detailed 10mm models  :)
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Modeling & painting / Re: WFB 2nd or 3rd ed/P&S using 10mm figs
« Last post by lawhock76 on Yesterday at 02:28:09 PM »
i started building treemen for a Wood Elf army, got one finished, all on square 12.5 bases.  finish them oneday!
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Modeling & painting / Re: WFB 2nd or 3rd ed/P&S using 10mm figs
« Last post by lawhock76 on Yesterday at 02:26:31 PM »
Altdorf Knights, 12 off
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Modeling & painting / Re: WFB 2nd or 3rd ed/P&S using 10mm figs
« Last post by lawhock76 on Yesterday at 02:25:42 PM »
Warmonger Renaissance or Empire proxies, greatswords . turned out a bit dark
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Modeling & painting / Re: WFB 2nd or 3rd ed/P&S using 10mm figs
« Last post by lawhock76 on Yesterday at 02:24:17 PM »
BoFA Wood elf spear, on 70mm base converter. to keep the 10mm per fig frontage, not pretty but it works.
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Modeling & painting / Re: WFB 2nd or 3rd ed/P&S using 10mm figs
« Last post by lawhock76 on Yesterday at 02:19:13 PM »
warmaster Knights on 12.5 by 25mm bases, magnetised to a 50mm steel paper base, with pick up stick.  makes me happy, for 10mm WFB or Warmster games
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Started laying down some more wood tones on my Warmaster skeletons yesterday and decided to complete a stand just to see how it would look. Turns out that after applying the Gryphonne Sepia wash, the wood and bone colors were indistinguishable, so I had wasted valuable time with the wood colors on the models.

What that did mean, fortunately, was that I could just do a straight Sepia wash, then hit the wood with Agrax Earthshade and get a nice wood tone out of that, and without having to spend time fiddling with spearshafts and shields in a different color paint.

As a result, I was able to get all base colors and the Sepia wash done on the rank and file skeletons, which means that I'll just have to hit them with an Agrax wash on the wood and a splash of unit color on the shields and they will be done. Command squads get banners colors applied today.
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Warmonger Miniatures / Re: Canonball!
« Last post by Dave on Yesterday at 01:42:56 PM »
Some more WiP shots. And a few notes.

Each pack will have two cannons, one in the limbered position (it will just fit on a 20x40mm base) and another in the firing position. You'll have three wheel options (solid, spoked, reinforced spoked) for the cannon and the carraiges, and six crew. Three of the crew I'll likely reuse in another artillery pack.

On the figure height, I believe Bob overshot the mark. I've asked for another picture but I'm really trying to get him to get them to 10mm at the eye. The boots needs some work as well, and the solid wheel needs to be made round.

Other thoughts?













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[WM] Alternate settings and proxy armies / Re: proxy ideas: Empire
« Last post by Warlord_Chris on Yesterday at 12:06:07 PM »
For Demi-gryphs, how about these from Magister Militum?

https://www.magistermilitum.com/scale/10mm/fmc202-hippogriffs-x6.html

They are certainly the right size, relative to a cavalry model. Just need their wings removed (clippers and a big mess with my Dremel I think)
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Wow, and it's not the small army.

Well, good luck !

For my part, i'm so in customisation and carefull basing that it seem strange to do this sort of challenge.
I know you are - your Tomb Kings are a huge inspiration. I don't have the time or dedication to dive into a project like that though, so a good paintjob and getting them on the table is enough for me!
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