Got together with the boys and did some hardcore painting. Actually, I spent more time waiting for paint washes to dry, but that's beside the point.
Below, you'll see my latest Wraithlord, complete with greenstuffed rune on his face. Not the most awesome photo you'll ever see, but I like the way he came out. Going to add a few finishing touches and that'll be that. I'm getting started on number three soon...
You'll also see Benoit's Revenant Titan. It's a gorgeous Forgeworld model done in Benoit's usual paint scheme. He has a really nice, bloody red mottling he does on his Eldar, and also adds a very cold, stony Wraithbone. It's pretty good looking.
Speaking of Forgeworld; you'll see my good old Scorpion Mark II tank has been stripped and cleaned and primed and repainted. Well, it's in the process of being repainted. I've applied a wash of Snakebite Leather (simultaneously the best and worst color that GW puts out); notice how Snakebite Leather not only changes in intensity when washed on the body of the Scorpion (compare to the turret, which is also Snakebite), but it also changes in hue? It's much more orangey on the Scorpion body and that orange disappears when applied to the turret. Weird. I've started adding the Wraithbone panels, which you can kinda see. Yes, I'm doing several layers of thinned-out Bleached Bone... a technique which really looks good but in terms of ease can suck it. If you want to get a sense of how the Scorpion look when it's done, you can check out that fully painted Wave Serpent in the back. I'll be using a big blue stripe (like the big red one... remember that?) and adding runes in yellow on it.
More to come soon.