I have tried to give some real unique dynamism to these paladins. While the plastic kit isn’t static, it only allows for a number of dynamic poses – which I’ve tried to step away from by tweaking stances. I hope you agree that the black scheme combined with this attempt at a sense of movement leads to a really nice unit. I painted the halberds etc by hand. I know most people use an airbrush (and I do have a good one!) yet I find it quicker to do it with a brush by the time I’ve got all my kit set up. I’ve been perfecting my glowing eye technique, and feel that I’ve acheived a really good subtle glow on this unit. More pictures after the ju… *CLICK*
Can’t touch this…
Chop chop slice slice…
This guy is channelling his warp power and has NOT been kicked in the crotch.
The full group…
what did yod do for you NMM? Have you done a tutorial for this? Thanks.
Love the different look, the heads look great!
- Steve Triandafillidis
Personally, I really like the white helmets on these models, it's a stunning colour scheme. Please can you explain how you did them?
- Dean Kelly at Wargames Wasteland
This unit has one of the most striking paintjobs I can ever recall seeing. The ethereal, luminescent effect on the helmets is amazing.
Seriously good work!
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id buy that for a dollar. or lots of dollars.