Another model that I picked up at London Comic Con last weekend, the Tau R’varna XV107 Battlesuit. The model was fairly straight forward to put together and paint. He currently should be going to a guy who I’m painting a whole bunch of other FW Tau models for in the same colour scheme. I’ll try and get some photos of those models up when they are finished. Anyone else manage to go to the London Comic Con show last week?
Looking good, really loving the washed-out color scheme. Any chance we could get a picture of a side-by-side with a riptide? I'm curious as to the size comparison (bulk wise). If not, a good description would be great instead.
Decent. Some washed out details on the feet, and the base needs work but otherwise solid and consistent with your style.
Tim, your a tough one to please 🙂 I would never take you as a client as you would drive me mad 🙂
what colours did you use to get the desert scheme?
Hi thanks all. I meant to reply earlier but I have been major busy Trying to catch up/finish a huge amount of commission work. Basically for the colours I used dhneb stone (I probably wrote the name wrong) from the old citadel range, gw desert brown (also a old colour) and gw white. I used a airbrush for most of the work with a bit of drybrushing and sponging. Hope that helps.
Yes it does thank you very much 🙂 I love the realism in your style
Hi, i love your painting style:-) models looks great.
Is it possible that you tell us how you achieved the metal effect with the grey?and you sponged on the white ?
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I'm in awe i love the colour scheme and you realistic style. Care to share your technique of how you get your metallics look so grimy?