JJ painting, Tallarn mailed me this guy several months ago. Asked if he'd like me to paint him another model to make the header of the blog and my commission site. He said yeah. Sent me this Death Company Stormraven which will be transports for the squad I painted earlier in the year. As he said: There won't be too much, I've already done the lion's share. Will say he is right. Finishing up this model won't take too long.
|Anyone else think stormravens eye brows need some trimming? Even has a smile on his face. Perhaps it has really large eye brows because it is really happy. Mean drinker I tell ya.|
|Tallarn based the servitor white. Flesh Nurgle Rot, suit Evil Sunz Scarlet, metal Leadbelcher, vial Goblin Green with a dot highlight of Scorpion Green, metal washed with Army Painter Dark Tone and flesh washed with Army Painter Soft Tone.|
|Looking to avoid putting down multiple layers of red and yellow. Based multi-melta Army Painter Mat White. Metal bits drybrushed Leadbelcher.|
|Chassis Evil Sunz Scarlet.|
|Army Painter Mat Black with Flash Gitz Yellow for chapter symbol. This model is for my most esteemed Tallarn.|
|Army Painter Mat White and Black for Omnissiah symbol.|
|Took this pic to get an idea of what the symbols would look like through the canopy. Then noticed something.|
|Another symbol on his left knee. Had to paint it because of Tallarn.|
|Then noticed symbol on his chest. Also painted.|
|Trying a new style of line highlighting. So far I'm liking it. Hope it will end up looking more realistic and not as cartoony. I Love me some Robotech.|
Here's a little funny story. Other day stopped by Subway to purchase one of those meatball subs for supper. Turns out card is declined. Guy offered for me to swipe the card a fourth time. Told him 'Don't bother. If my card is declined not being able to buy subway is the least of my worries.' Checked the balance and had 0.03 cents in my account. Three bloody cents away from getting an overdraft fee. So I'm pretty money tight right now. It'll be a while before I can start shelling out hundreds of dollars. Thought some of you might find the story funny, can relate or understand.