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Thank you!

I ve been busy during christmas holiday and finished my first deathwing knight. also thanks to my dear friend LutherMax and his guidelines I changed the way I take pictures. Result is below:

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and some additional pictures of primaris:

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Inner Circle:

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I can’t believe your going to paint a whole army to this standard. Your work is amazing.

 

Well I plan to but it will probably take me yeaaaaaars to finish :biggrin.:

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Teach me your ways oh wise one! These are absolutely phenomenal!

Having spent quite some time staring in disbelief at the banner I have decided it is clearly witchcraft.

 

On a serious note you should send some of these into White Dwarf. I know the intercessors have third party bits but I can’t see any on the ancient or terminator.

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Witchcraft made my day - lol thank you JJD :biggrin.: :biggrin.: :biggrin.:

 

I only used 3rd party parts for tactical markings on intercessors just as you mentioned. Rest are purely gw parts.

I will consider that - my Blood Angels were published in 2017 in reader's models section (both in march and april)...  

 

Recipe for Deathwing armour follows the same steps as for Intercessors:

 

UNDERCOAT:

two thin coats of dawnstone

BASE:

I use a mix of baneblade / ushabti as a base colour in ratio (2:1). I apply it in two coats to strenghten the colour.

SHADOWS:

1st shadow - pure baneblade

2nd shadow - baneblade mixed with chaos black (just a drop)

HIGHLIGHTS

1st highlight - mix of base colour with more ushabti

2nd highlight - even more ushabti and white added

3rd highlight - more white added to the previous mix

 

GLAZING

1st glaze - baneblade + ushabti+ lahmian (or other glaze medium) into reccesses

2nd glaze - baneblade + lahmian

3rd glaze - ushabti + lahmian - into more raised areas

4th glaze - ushabti + white + lahmian

 

FINAL HIGHLIGHTS

Pure white applied on the very edges of the armour 

 

SCRATCHES

1st step: paint very thin lines of pure abaddon black in different elements of the armour

2nd step: underline the scratches with a pure white

 

Thank you again for all your support guys !!! 

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Witchcraft made my day - lol thank you JJD :biggrin.::biggrin.::biggrin.:

 

I only used 3rd party parts for tactical markings on intercessors just as you mentioned. Rest are purely gw parts.

I will consider that - my Blood Angels were published in 2017 in reader's models section (both in march and april)...

 

 

I should have known your work would have been in White Dwarf already. Where can I find more of your work.

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Wow amazing stuff man! You have a very unique style.

 

And great step by step for the bone armour - that's a great effort for so many models! I often shade bone robes with Dawnstone - It creates some nice shadow tones.

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Bevulf,

 

Do you have a scheme worked out for the Ravenwing? If so, what is it? I'm guessing a variation on the previous schemes, but with what colors? A warmer or cooler black?

 

Thanks and Best Wishes

 

 

Wow amazing stuff man! You have a very unique style.

 

And great step by step for the bone armour - that's a great effort for so many models! I often shade bone robes with Dawnstone - It creates some nice shadow tones.

 

 

 

Witchcraft made my day - lol thank you JJD :biggrin.::biggrin.::biggrin.:

 

I only used 3rd party parts for tactical markings on intercessors just as you mentioned. Rest are purely gw parts.

I will consider that - my Blood Angels were published in 2017 in reader's models section (both in march and april)...

 

I should have known your work would have been in White Dwarf already. Where can I find more of your work.

 

 

@JJD - I had a various opened or closed threads here in BaC. I think one still able to view beside my beloved Dark Angels is about the scions of Sanguinius: http://www.bolterandchainsword.com/topic/326865-scions-of-sanguinius-bevulfs-take-on-blood-angels/

 

I also painted a small Space Wolves army with Ragnar's conversion based on Wolf Lord Krom but can't find this here - probably got archived. You can also check my pictures on CoolMiniOrNot site: http://www.coolminiornot.com/browse/browseid/6924353

 

@MaxB - Yes dawnstone is great for shading - I also use it on faces.

 

@DarkApostle85 - for Ravenwing or generally when painting black I follow similar steps but the colours I use are from Andrea Black Paint Set. Basically the whole paint set contains six different shades of grey: base colour, 1st shade, 2nd shade, 3rd shade, 1st highlight and 2nd highlight

 

BASE:

I use a mix of base and 2nd shade in ratio (1:1). I apply it in two coats to strenghten the colour.

SHADOWS:

1st shadow - base + 2nd shade + 3rd shade (1:1:1)

2nd shadow - 2nd shade + 3rd shade

HIGHLIGHTS (GLAZED)

1st highlight - base + 1st highlight

2nd highlight - 1st highlight + 2nd highlight

3rd highlight - 1st highlight + 2nd highlight + fenrisian grey (2:2:1)

 

For final highlight I use white scar carefully apllied on the very edges 

 

SCRATCHES

1st step: paint very thin lines of pure abaddon black in different elements of the armour

2nd step: underline the scratches with a pure white scar

 

Hope this helps - thank you again for your continous support Brothers !!!

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Greetings Brothers !!!!

Well, it took me almost half year to get back to painting but I am thrilled to continue my primaris :)

But before that I want to try sth a little bit different...

I don't know if anyone has ever done this before me but here is my latest project:

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Stay vigilant !

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