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Painted Shadespire Warbands - Please post

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On 1/29/2018 at 6:37 PM, nicky said:

pink skins

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Really like the look of this.  Hmmmm.

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 Here is my Harvester with a cloak made from green stuff. It was my first time using green stuff for anything else than filling in gaps, but I think it came out pretty ok. First time tyring out OSL also!

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On 01/02/2018 at 9:17 AM, mhsellwood said:

And today's contribution, the Reavers:

 

And finally Gurrzag and his lads:

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Finally finished painting my last Shadespire warband - Ironskull's Boyz today.

Please find them all below. I would very much appreciate any tips or comments, as I always try to improve and being somewhat a beginning painter I try to learn as much as I can :).

Thanks!

 

 

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... elves are back in town B|

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I really liked to play elves in shadespire but I'm no fan of selfmade rules ... and I'm no fan of '90-power-metal-looking babarians as well. So I decided to create a "count as" proxie warband. I'm quite happy with the result, because imho the fluff and play style is fitting very good, the models are easy to associate and I found nice artworks to create my own cards. Tomorrow they get their first chance to taste some blood ...

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On 10.02.2018 at 8:53 PM, PlayerJ said:

My Steelheart's Champions with Chrome armour

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How did you achieve that bright, glassy/glossy silver? Doesn't look like NMM to me. 

Edit: Had a closer look... They look as if they're wearing this wet, liquid silver that T-1000 from Terminator was made of. Absolutely amazing effect!

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4 minutes ago, Samanar said:

How did you achieve that bright, glassy/glossy silver? Doesn't look like NMM to me. 

Molotow Liquid Chrome

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 Finally I have something to post although I'm rather ticked off about the finish. Fairly new to painting (less than a year) & starting to get the hang of wet blending only to have Purity Seal completely void the effect, oh well lesson learned. Does anyone have a good alternative for a matt sealer, hard to see but there is a "frosted" look

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39 minutes ago, spazz said:

Finally I have something to post although I'm rather ticked off about the finish. Fairly new to painting (less than a year) & starting to get the hang of wet blending only to have Purity Seal completely void the effect, oh well lesson learned. Does anyone have a good alternative for a matt sealer, hard to see but there is a "frosted" look

The frosting of death... Let me start by saying it's not normal, and it shouldn't be happening.

Several things can cause the purity seal frosting. The most common reason is if it's too humid or too cold.
Too humid and the spray will catch water particles on it's way to the model. This will cause the spray to apply uneven, causing the frosted effect.
Too cold and the a few particles will kinda freeze causing the same effect.

If you can help it. spray in a heated workshed or similar.

If you consider the models ruined, you can take your chances and actually apply ANOTHER spray of purity seal. With a little luck it'll fill out the uneven previous layer and the frosting can actually disappear.

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Uggh frosting is the worst.

I've given up on anything but Testor's Dullcote at this point.  Its seems to be alcohol based and I've never had it frost (and I'm in a very damp area by the ocean), every other matte spray has been hit or miss.  And whatever you do don't try to apply matte varnish with an airbrush.  yikes!

Goblin_king is right that adding more sometimes helps.  Be sure to wait for a nice dry time to try it though.  I've even gotten a cheap digital humidity meter from Amazon to check.

 

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18 minutes ago, donburg said:

Uggh frosting is the worst.

I've given up on anything but Testor's Dullcote at this point.  Its seems to be alcohol based and I've never had it frost (and I'm in a very damp area by the ocean), every other matte spray has been hit or miss.  And whatever you do don't try to apply matte varnish with an airbrush.  yikes!

Goblin_king is right that adding more sometimes helps.  Be sure to wait for a nice dry time to try it though.  I've even gotten a cheap digital humidity meter from Amazon to check.

 

100% I ONLY use Dullcote.

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If you have frosting, you can rub your model with olive oil to take off the frosting (clean them under warm water afterward) and try varnishing again.

I find that airbrush is the best for varnishing, but you need the right product, vallejo premium airbrush varnish for me and nothing else :)

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Done! 8 hour project including drying. I will pick up more to paint!

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2 hours ago, Changer said:

Not a full warband, but I finished Fjul last night.

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What paint did you use for gold btw? I quite like the very yellow tone of it!^^ Its inspiring me to do my own version of Jade fyreslayers haha.

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4 hours ago, Kugane said:

What paint did you use for gold btw? I quite like the very yellow tone of it!^^ Its inspiring me to do my own version of Jade fyreslayers haha.

It’s Retributer Armour, washed with reikland, then retributer again, liberator as a area highlight and stormhost silver edged. I then went back and pin washed some recesses with the purple GW wash.

Finished Vol Orrukbane this afternoon, so halfway there.

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