Friday, 10 December 2010

Harker squad finally ready for painting

It's been a long journey and I've learned a hell of a lot about sculpting along the way but now it's time to put the sculpting tools down and get painting!

Here's the final pics of Harkers squad in all their green glory ...



The hoods came out quite nice and I've found a relatively simple way of doing them although I need to work on getting them to look more natural and blend into the folds of the cloaks better in the future.

Now it's time to crack open the paints and get these guys camo'd up!

7 comments:

GreyCleric08 said...

Simply fantastic! I can't wait to see them fully painted!

Admiral Drax said...

Absolutely superb, mate...

They're going to look amazing!

Max said...

They look awesome- all that hard work definitely paid off!

Spyrle said...

Looking good, the cloaks/capes hoods and berets all work well together and are well done. Prior to 5th, I would put all of my multi-wound and special characters on 40mm bases. I still like the idea, but worry about my opponents complaining that I might try and get some advantage by it. Even so, I've left my Wraithguard on 40mm bases, since they are T-6 and take up as much room as a terminator. I also can't wait to see them painted up.

The Antipope said...

At last, we are going to see these guys finished! Very much looking forward to!

Col. Corbane said...

@GreyCleric08 - Thanks mate, hopefully, it won't be as long as it's taken to convert them!

@Admiral Drax - Cheers matey, I'm hoping so.

@Max - Thanks mate

@Spyrle - Cheers mate, luckily the people I play with are pretty relaxed about these sorts of things.

@The Antipope - You and me both mate!

benjamin_starkey said...

Those are simply gorgeous sculpts, really makes the models look amazing, unique and superbly fun to paint!