As everybody in this board is aware [/sarcasm], I'm thinking about a mini diorama in my FW DA dreadnought chaplain (link)
Since I'm yet unsure how I'll solve it, I decided to go for a test model in order to figure out how to splash some heretic paint...and since a marine was a bit meh, I broke my brush-fasting (almost 1 year, yikes!!) with this:
So aftersome thinking (a fulll 2 minutes at least!), I pulled out the guns and went this way:
Add some ink...
Up to this point, I had taken me something like 3 hours (breaking the sprues, filing, scrapping moldlines, glue, basing and the paint you see above). Note: its the first time I build this kit and did so with no instructions...which explains why there are such huge gaps (ie, the model is not properly fitted). Since its not a big deal, I let it run...but don't rail me
And now the current stage:
This took me another couple of hours...but I really want to give it a good shot at fleshing out the skin (pun intended) and see how eery I can make this guy.
The goal was to have it finished by tomorrow evening, but honestly, I thinkthat with a couple of touch ups it would probably be table top worthy...
So there you have it: this time its not so much as C&C (which are always welcome) and more sharing a project with our great community and encourage others to take a step forward and say "what the heck, today I'm painiting 'cuz I feel like it, no obligations!".
Have an awesome weekend