Hi all, welcome back to Tale of Tuesdays where I share my Bood bowl progress!
So the latest additions are the mummy and the ball. Both of which took no time to paint, mainly due to contrast speeding up the process loads in certain areas such as the bandages on the mummy, and the tiny lil’ skellie in the ball. You got to admit, it is pretty damn cute. I had a bit of a hickup this month with my undercoat making one of my tokens fuzzy. I undercoated these with a can to speed the process up and in my haste simply must not have shaken it enough. I haven’t botched a spray in years, so ruining one of my tokens out of the blue really annoyed me!
If you haven’t seen Garfys Blood Bowl team, you must go and check it out. I love all the “in action” shots he has made, pitch, crowd etc, so I thought I would have a go at making some of these sideline adverts and give my spray can some time to sit upside down (apparently, this helps?) This is my first pass at my team name and logo. It was really fun to do, but I think I am going to add some more elements and make the “necro funk” text larger. I really want to try to incorporate a disco ball somehow…
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