We’re going to ignore the last Workbench Update and pretend like it never happened. Instead, this is the Workbench Update that you need to pay attention to!
So like I said the other day, going is slow on these Imperial Armadians (?). I haven’t spent a lot of time at night this past week doing hobby stuff, as my son has caught a cold and I keep having to go and help him get back to sleep. It’s hard to sit down and paint when that’s the case. But I have done a touch of work, and right now I’m focusing on the Arquebusiers.
I should probably list the colours I used, so I don’t forget them. Just in case I ever buy more and want to match them:
- White prime
- Midlund Flesh skin
- Pig Iron metals
- Gun Corps Brown boots, belts, pouch
- Trollblood Highlight buttoned shirt
- Frostbite undershirt
- Meredius Blue uniform
Hopefully as soon as the kid’s cold is done, he’ll sleep better again and I can get cracking on these guys. I want to get back to the good painting flow I had a few weeks ago.
Well, we’re finally getting Warhammer Fantasy back on the table this Tuesday. Can’t wait. I’ll be playing a 500pt Empire army against Andrew’s Lizards or Daemons, if he can finish building them by then. Who knows? Maybe Loy will want to bring out some Dark Elves or Bretonnians at 500pts, and we can get two games in. That would be nice.
Anyway, between getting pumped for WHFB and Andrew’s fire-painting tutorial-like post on Tale of Gamers, I had an urge to get my Empire Fire Wizard painted.
He’s nearly there, actually. Most of the base colours are down, so I really just need to finish some details, do highlights, clean up and finish the base! Heh, that’s all.
And for completeness:
- Khador Red robes
- Baal Red wash
- Midlund Flesh skin
- Bloodstone hair
- Cygnus Yellow embroidery/fire
- Quick Silver sword/staff
I do apologize for the cruddy pictures. My desk is once again in a crazy-messy state. I figured I’d rather have the pics to post than tidy up at the moment. I’ll get it done tonight. Hopefully while I’m waiting for various paints to dry.
Thanks for reading.