Hi all! I’ve just completed painting a few scenery pieces for 40K. I haven’t painted much scenery in the past so my dilemma was to think of a way to paint it so that it looks both detailed, but not too much, so it doesn’t take away from the models that would be on the field. I went more with the Forge World stone look, rather than GW golden highly detailed paint job. I think it turned out good! Have any of you done a marathon of painting scenery?
Sweet! That more-or-less-monochrome look is really dramatic.
This is exactly how I imagine the scenery pieces when I think of 40k environments. Really like the weathered look.
Did you paint the reflection on the various lenses or is that just 'ardcoat shine from the flash?
Hey thanks all. I'm currently bed ridden with the worst flu I've ever had. But once better I'll answer.
Any chance of a tutorial on how you painted them. They are awesome. I love the grime and worn look
Great looking stuff. Scenery marathons are the best way to go I reckon, you get tons done and it ends up looking great. Hope you get well soon!
That was me…
Hey cheers Mark 🙂 Feeling much better now, just had a severe case of man flu 🙂
The terrain looks awesome!
you have to do a tutorial.
Your approach to these terrainpieces are perfectly suited for the 40k environment. Did you ever write up which colours you used to achieve the stone effect? I'm working on some terrain pieces at the moment and would love to achieve something in the same vein.
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They looks fantastic to me! Grim-dark as 40k must be!
For the "Stone" you used the same colours from the tutorial for the bases you made some time ago in YouTube?