I thought I knew the model but I'm just rediscovering it, it's a very nice sensation.
Great looking miniature. That pink ribbon is adorable. DECEPTIVELY ADORABLE!
Yeah, that's tasty :)It's been ages since I saw one of these guys painted up, well done!
Looks great Jakob, your style goes well with these old-school sculpts. How do Vallejo's clear colours compare to Tamiya's? Also, have you had the chance to try Scale 75's metallics?
Have not tried Vallejo clear colours, but this one - a transparent ink - is very strong and is good to mix into other colours and washes. Overall, this particular red ink is one of my favorite colours which I always seem to use. It is very different to Tamiya clears which has that particular life of it's own.I have not tried the Scale 75 metallics, but I have heard good things. It is for both brush and/or airbrush?
They work with both, although I've only used them with a brush. I'm very impressed wih them.
Awesome! Love the play between the generally warm colours and the skin that has blues and greens in it! Also your style and oldschool chaos is a match made in heaven!
Thanks for all for the encouragement. I have had this model around for so long, but finally decided to give it a go. I am glad I did so. Since I did a Nurgle champion last year, next one up ought to be a Tzeentch or a Khorne guy I guess...
Those Slaaneshi models from the late 80s are so amazing - really love seeing them get fresh paint jobs :)