|So, these guys are all white in the middle now. What color is next, you ask?|
|Now here I've added the foundation red color... I think it's called Mechrite Red. Pretty good red by GW, it's dark, but goes onto black really well, which is the point, since their brighter reds don't go on black well.|
|And here's a brighter red- Blood Red. It does go on quite nicely to the foundation red. It's all about layering, lol. Well, for me it is. I'm sure all you awesomesauce painters out there are laughing at my simplicity. :-p|
|Here you can kind of see that I drybrushed the whole model with some white. The model now officially looks like shite, amirite?|
|but now I've applied ink washes, which makes everything look way, way better. Gryphon Sepia for the yellow, and Baal Red for the red- ink washes really help out a ton. They're a crutch :-p|
|Here's a terrible picture of them, finally finished, with their beaks painted black, and their eyes have a speck of white I doubt you can see here.|
|And now they're on their bases! You might be able to see eyes on some of these guys, but it's cool if you can't- just trust me, they're there. As a side note, this is after I gave them a good coat of Tester's Clear Coat (amazing stuff, that).|
Well, that was short and sweet, wasn't it. If you have questions, feel free to ask them. Like I said before though, it's pretty simple. Mostly I just wanted to take some pictures and put them up on the newly formatted blog, showing off how big the pictures can be now that I was allowed to adjust the width of the stupid posts, lol.
Have a good one, I'm going to bed (though this is going up in the morning).
Oh, and someone leave a comment. I want to see if it emails me when someone else comments- so far I know it won't when I leave one, but that would make sense, I think.