Monday, May 23, 2016

World Eater Testers Part Two





Another part of the painting forays over the past couple weeks has been a revistation of the World Eater project. This time I wanted to do up some infantry using the techniques I had employed on the Dread. The idea was to paint white; but a weathered, battered white that was actually interesting to look at.



Obviously, size was a seriously confounding variable for employing a full range of weathering techniques usually structured for a much larger subject. In this case I was forced to minimize some of the elements and also chose to do a fair bit of dark lining along the joints and grooves in the armor to ensure a more consistent, solid looking weathering.



Airbrushing was also employed differently for these guys, with the blue and white components kept separated and assembled later after detailing had been applied individually.



I also ensured to employ a mix of iconography, so as to give a personal feel to each individual warrior.

Next up I'll need to finish this squad. I also have a fairly alternative take on Angron lined up that should turn out quite swish.....

3 comments:

  1. They look really good.

    Any chance of an urban bases tutorial please?

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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  2. Awesome work on these. As always your weathering work is incredible, & I really like the litter on those bases.

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