This is the first post of a new project. I really like documenting my progress on Tale of Painters. I find it useful to stay motivated during a big project. I actually started this model yesterday, but the airbrush results were hideous so I re-undercoated and started again. I’m much happier with today’s result. My airbrushing is getting more accurate and I felt comfortable ‘lining’ the recesses with a dark blue metallic. I used Vallejo model air Silver and an Old Hex GW pot of Blue Wash mixed together to get that metallic blue sheen. Pure silver was used to area highlight. I’m not sure if I should weather it or not? What do you guys think?
This is a great start! Are you going to be picking up your Grey knights once again? If so, and you have the time, I would love to see a tutorial on how you paint your Knights – they are some of the most stunning Grey Knights I have ever seen!!
As to the Stormraven, I dont think you should weather it as the rest of your painted models have not been weathered. Also it would give the army a more angelic presence without weathering – just my 2 cents
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My vote is to weather the hell out of it! It's a military vehicle and as such IMHO shouldn't be showroom fresh. I'll admit this is probably one of my least favourite 40k vehicles but I look forward to seeing how it progresses. On another topic completely, your work rate is amazing! Many thanks for the consistent updates, they're very inspirational.