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6 hours ago, RedAnya said:

They look great! May I ask, what colours you used?

Thanks!

For the colors, here's what I used, on a Corax White primer:

Armor: GW Ushabti bone, shade with GW Agrax Earthshade, then layers of GW Screaming Skull, then mix with Reapers Linen White to highlight

Pants: Reapers Woodstrain Brown, shade with GW Agrax Earthshade, highlight with Reapers Shield Brown then mix with Reapers Driftwood Brown

Blue strips: GW Lothern Blue, shade with watered down Reapers Ultramarine Blue, then highlight with GW Lothern Blue then mix with Reapers Ghost White

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20 hours ago, Achinadav said:

Your shoretroopers are lovely! The minis are what made me jump in. I was planning on trying out contrast paints, but yours look almost exactly how I want mine to, do I’m reconsidering.

Thanks!

I have yet to try contrast paints, so I can’t say if they are worth it or not. From what I’ve seen from the net, they do seems to give decent results for the time you save!

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5 hours ago, jconway2002 said:

Your stuff looks great! Could you post some wide shots of your table, so we can see what it looks like in its entirety? 

Everything is modular so I change the configuration every game, but here is some picks I took a while back. I still didn't have the downed AT-ST:

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18 hours ago, Achinadav said:

Love the dewbacks! How did you do them? There's some really nice subtle colour variation.

Thanks!

Depends which one. But basically I first did a base coat over a white primer using multiple teint of green (and brown in the case of the second one) not letting them dry between each color so that they can blend together, I then did a wash using a mix of Athonian Camoshade and Agrax Earthshade (roughly in a 2:1 ratio), then drybrushed using multiple teint of green and brown, mostly improvising to taste and experimentation. The multiple colors give them a more natural look.

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On 4/8/2019 at 4:37 PM, Red Castle said:

I decided to post some pictures of my Legion miniatures. I tried to take the best pictures I could, but I'm no professional!

Glory to the Empire!

First, the grunts:

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Nice looking stormies. How they should look.

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Really great job on the painting! Hoe do you make so small outlines on the stormtroopers? What pensil do you use? I dont use expensive pensils because they surtainly wont survive more the the first 4 mini's. 

Also where dus you het the ewoks from? They all look different. 

Where did you get the stormtroopers behind the e-web from? 

Love your painting, hope to be as good one day. 

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