NIce subdued colours there.
And I love the eyes! So many wargames standard paintjobs end up with eyes on their cheeks but you not only get them bang on but also add a great amount of character to the models with the pinpoint accuracy of the pupils.
Hey Maenoferren, this is the kind of result you get from the dip, and it only took 10-12 hours to paint. You really only have to be careful about the amount of dip you leave on the miniature. Just be careful that it doesnt pool too much in one spot (because it wont disperse whilst drying).
I know you said that you were reluctant to try out the dip, but for me it has been a god send.
Na regular static grass, that I bought eons ago, but I havent been able to find again, and I'm about to run out.
I feel like a hobbit scrounging around his pounch for the last bit of his longbottom leaf.
I'm pretty sure that the army builder stuff is very similar.
I just placed an order for a box of those new cavalry figures.
I need something cheap and expendable to protect my flanks and those cavalry are just the ticket. I think the contrast will look good as well. The disciplied ranks of roman foot steadly advancing towards the foe, whilst the wild eyed mad celts woop and call, as they go thundering in.
What? New Cavalry figures? the Celts? or is there some Roman ones i dont know about yet?
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