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Don's tree huggers - Printable Version
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Don's tree huggers - Don_Silvarro - 05-09-2014 01:35 PM
Recently got into Godslayer after checking the game out at a convention and then being delighted to find a sizeable community locally. Had a bit of toss up with faction selection (always had a soft spot for hoplite phalanxes) but in the end I settled on the Wyldfolk. Foresty ranger-sniper types always resonated with me, and the Scabhta models are just gorgeus.
My first batch of stuff is all assembled, should get some paint on them in the next few days. I'm aiming at having them finished early next week.
RE: Don's tree huggers - Don_Silvarro - 05-09-2014 09:34 PM
Today's progress - Undercoat and skintones. Pretty boring to be honest. More exciting stuff tomorrow!
RE: Don's tree huggers - NotAnotherBloodyGnollHorde - 05-10-2014 07:49 AM
dirty hippies! But I am definitely looking forward to more.
RE: Don's tree huggers - spy - 05-10-2014 10:02 AM
I can see Robin Hood and the Man in front must then be Little John.
Oh, and the spiritual man Brother Tuck lost a lot of weight
Back to Topic:
They look already better then most of themodels I fought against latetly. Looking Forward to see the finished army.
RE: Don's tree huggers - Don_Silvarro - 05-10-2014 09:00 PM
Thanks guys :-)
Today's worth of painting. The four huntresses are pretty much done, other than the bases.
RE: Don's tree huggers - NotAnotherBloodyGnollHorde - 05-11-2014 04:12 PM
just out of curiosity: are you gonna give the bows strings, and are you going to add arrows?
RE: Don's tree huggers - Don_Silvarro - 05-11-2014 04:32 PM
Probably not. It's a lot of time and effort for something that is next to impossible to do realistically at this scale anyway...
RE: Don's tree huggers - Don_Silvarro - 05-11-2014 06:54 PM
The ogre dude is done :-)
A bit annoyig to paint with all the tiny dangly bits...
RE: Don's tree huggers - Raoul - 05-11-2014 06:58 PM
Very nice warband you get together there!
RE: Don's tree huggers - Don_Silvarro - 05-12-2014 09:03 PM
Thanks Raoul :-)
Druid and Scabhta leader. The druid came out much better than I thought he'd look, not a fan of the static pose and very flat, 2D cast.
The big man himself. Cool model, though the arms/hands look a bit wonky to me.
Next come the bases and varnishing - a must for metal gaming pieces in my opinion. Hopefully varnishing won't screw up the paintjob too much - I'm quite happy with how these came out.