So mostly this is going to just be an update on which models I've been concentrating on and how far along they are, so here's models...
First up is Krueger the Stormlord. I had him mostly done for a bit of time now, but I wanted to do the same highlighting I did to Morvahnnas cloak to his. So it came out really watery across his back which I really liked.
Next up are some more Circle minis. My first crack at the Tharn Bloodweavers. I was originally going to go with a more brown color scheme like I did with the Bloodtrackers, but I had the green on my palette already from working on Kruegers cloak so I went with it. So far I'm liking how its looking. Im going to have to go back over the skin with some of the new flesh paints I picked up. I think a pale skin with the green highlighted on the skirt and top will look cool. Especially with dark brown hair and mask. Then there is my Woldwatcher. I really like this model and I should probably pick up another one. I followed one of the tutorials for making the green runes glow from all over his body. Now I just need to go back over and clean up some of my work and he should be ready to go. I realized how bad that mold line was after I started painting him and now I'm going to leave it. I was debating trying to find a way to make it look like two pieces of stone that got smashed together but that might be a project down the road a few decades.
Then we have Morghul, Kreoss and Ryan. I think I used a bit too dark a red on Morghul so far. I might go back over him and make it highlight up a bit more. Kreoss has the opposite effect. Since he was primed white the red is coming out almost pink on parts of him. So I might have to wash this a few times to get the red to darken to a more magenta. Ryan is going to take some figuring out. Im not sure if I want to do like their pictures and paint every buckle on their outfit, but I keep really like their artwork so it might end up happening that way. I just want to finish one of the Black 13th so I'll have something to go on for the other two.
Finally we have Katherine Laddermore. I've always liked this model and I wish I used her more when I actually got to play. Maybe I will now when she is painted. I'm a huge fan of the Cygnar blue color. This will be my first time using the highlight color for blue. After my experiments with the green on my Circle figures I think I'm finally comfortable enough to do it on the blues.
So that's what I worked on last night. Hopefully I'll be able to do more weekly and post them. Maybe even finish another battle box and talk my gaming group into Wargame Wednesdays.