Monday, 24 July 2017

Deathguard 2.0

Hey all,


Bit of a photo dump today! Life is still hectic for several reasons that I will elucidate on at a later date, however the main one is a very good (as in happy) reason so I shan't complain at all! In lieu of my decreased hobby time, I've had to double down on my commissions to meet those commitments, so I have been smashing out the Deathguard in my free time this past week. Behold, half of the second batch more or less...


















I made an effort to make the paint distinct from the first batch so that you don't just have carbon copies on the table, but not so much that they look odd paced together. So different blade and horn colours etc mainly, plus use of blood and pus. 

Peace out,

Rob

14 comments:

  1. Looking very good there pal (I was going to say tasty but that felt wrong somehow!).

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  2. Lovely work, man! I'm really digging 'em!

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    1. Shouldn't be long before you see them grace the tube of yous I hope :)

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  3. Disgustingly beautiful! You did them justice!

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    1. Thanks man :) some more nurgle blighters to come as well!

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  4. Damn, still can't get over how amazing these sculpts are... A nice mix of crisp colours and Nurgelyness, great stuff!

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    1. I went a bit more crazy with the rust on these one, so mixed with the first batch it should give some good variation. The models are incredible indeed!

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  5. You've even managed to make the Plaguecaster look almost non-doofy. That's impressive work!

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    1. Hahaha, yes it isn't the coolest looking model out there :P

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  6. Your mastery of blood and pus is inspiring :-)

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    1. Why thank you, I made it all myself :P

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  7. You need to slow down Rob! All that intense painting is making you bleed all them and ruin your awesome paint jobs ;)
    A great paint job and a really effective use of the blood splattering. It still looks wet and fresh on them.

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    1. Hahaha it does feel like that sometimes!

      Blood, like OSL, is one of those things I've just practised over and over and read soooo many tutorials on, so I'm pleased it pays off :)

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