Little messing around in photoshop, experimenting with how to paint up the Necron battery objectives/scenery I’ve been printing (and maybe a a future kill team board section). Theres gona be lots of airbrush, varnish layers and washes going on.
Necron batteries! What could go wrong! Definitely seems like something the AdMech would look into though, and surely it’s super safe? You could even go as far as to say it’s totally ‘armless’…. Sorry, had to. These are some very rough mockups of pieces inspired by GW’s objective marker teaser. I think rows of these … Continue reading Necron Batteries!
Trying something at little different with this fella. Again trying to speed things up. I’ve tried out War Colours translucent set over the standard grey primer and white ink zenital. Then gloss coated to allow flow improved inks to sink nicely into the recesses. The priming, base colouring and gloss coat we’re all applied with … Continue reading Zoat!
Calling these BFG’s done. Could they be tidier? Or move detailed (wires/cables etc)? Sure! But I’ve learnt what I wanted, they look ‘good enough’ for terrain and it’s time to move on to the next project, plus learn/attempt something new.
Finally got around to getting some paint applied from these BFGs. I’m not planning on spending too much time on these as I want to get ready for the next project(s), so I’ve decided to go the weathered metallic route with the obligatory OSL.
Although this will be a relatively simple example intended to explain some basic principles, we will be assuming a basic level of familiarity with Sketchup. Therefore if the program is completely new to you, I’d recommend taking a look over on Youtube for some walkthrough tutorials. Here’s a great place to start: Getting Started With … Continue reading How I Model Minis In Sketchup – The Very Basics Principles
So, I’ve been looking at expanding my ZM terrain with custom parts for a while now (you may have seen the giant plasma battery’s in some of the earlier posts). Hopefully I’ll have a chance to take some nice group shoots once everything is painted up, but for now here a few pics of some … Continue reading 3D Resin Terrain
Although I still have a heap of terrain to finish, I just can’t help messing about in CAD. Here’s a few things I’ve been working on recently. Update on the giant plasma (now to be know as the Abolisher Pattern). All parts ‘finished’ and ready to print. Although the only significant change is the addition … Continue reading Must Stop Printing & Start Painting.
[UPDATE:] *Just to be extra clear, i'm most defiantly not complaining about being asked for STLs, in fact that's a big compliment. I'm more referencing those who pester and who seemingly become personally offended when they find out the potentially IP infringing design isn't going to be made publicly available.(admittedly this appears to be a … Continue reading Why I’ve decided not to sell my work.
So, little change to the normal programming. Here’s some of what I’ve been working on. Sorry, it’s not mini related. But I did use a 3D printer 😉 Face shields for the local A&E. First batch will be heading there tomorrow with further batches to follow. Fingers cross they won’t even be needed.