I started painting my Norse-Gaels in January of 2014 and just finished them two weeks ago. 72 figures is a lot for a SAGA warband but I wanted all options. With new warbands in the painting queue and others resting, I put these up for sale. Since they went to a local player, I'll get to see them at our SAGA events. Bonus, the $ will fund my airbrush setup now that I've picked out my hardware.
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
I wanted a camel caravan for my SAGA Crescent & Cross baggage train. After a bit of searching, I chose this lovely set by Castaway Arts. After a long delay, I finally got them through the painting queue this weekend. They're not as exciting as fighting figures but they are quite colorful I think!
Saturday, July 23, 2016
My favorite things about WW II painting is the vehicles. They're a great change-up from my usual Dark Age painting and I turned to YouTube to learn weathering techniques. The variety of techniques is a bit overwhelming and I'm still learning.
T-34/85: My first tank went together fast. My mistake here was using two washes. After the first wash, I thought the tank looked too bright and after the second, it was too dark! I now prime my Soviet vehicles a lighter green to better show off weathering effects.