First Plague Dryad just about finished. I am going for a quick but agressive-looking unit. I am using the stipple technique that I tried out on my Pink Space Marine
in the beginning of the year.
2 sessions with the sponge. Then a wash all over. Then final details and base. Still have to decided if the eyes will be bright green, bright blue or red...
Wow! what an amazing result for such a simple technique!ReplyDelete
Great work Jakob! I love the fluid process as it shows in the final result...very fitting for organic, half-nature dudes like these!ReplyDelete
Process needs to be fast and efficient to produce a bigger group. Also, I hope the style of painting makes it possible to fuse models from different eras. Say, if I want to use these for plaguebearers and add some more, I have a small unit of mid-90s dadmons. Colours and style of painting should make these go fine together I think.
They look great so far! Interesting technique.ReplyDelete
I think I'd go for bright green eyes, since it work well on on both plant looking miniatures, and Nurgle.
That's some groovy mash-up! You definitely get the feeling across. I think at least some of them could benefit from a more root-y looking legs. Branching out, or maybe three legs for somebody. These things will help build volume in the lower part of the shape - trees grow wider and heavier towards the ground.ReplyDelete