Enter the Warpsmith. This guy was a scary one to paint. Not because he was so much difficult, but more so that trying not to break his Mechatendrils was a task in itself.
And yes I did manage to break those tendrils quite a few times and then had the task of gluing them back again. It was a stressful one to paint. I dare to think what this guy will be like to transport around. Has anyone else had issues with breaking the tendrils during painting,transport or even gaming?
Very grim looking Warpsmith. The rustic metal look is fantastic. I just finished mine a while back and kept it in a few pieces while I painted so managed not to break anything on it, the jury is still out on transporting it.
Do you have a tutorial on how you do your metal?
Great work, as usual! I especially love how you manage to add definition and contrast to the model even though you mostly painted him in metal colours. Fantastic job!
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I had the same issues with the Necorn Overlord and his staff which was broken and pinned so many times it's now more of a stave 🙂