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  1. maybe this will all turn out to be just Picard in his bed at the end with visions brought on by his Irumodic Syndrome and we can breath a sad sign of relief
  2. Nicky

    The Man Utd Thread

    can i have some of whatever you're on please
  3. hahaha i didnt read the latest few comments. it's like we've all come to the same conclusion fairly rapidly.
  4. replaced her with fucking Tilly from Discovery
  5. yep. all but the Decayed Metal come in the gold alchemy set you can buy
  6. cheers guys. Yeah those are space marines. From the old GW Epic game. They fit perfectly on the new adeptus titanicus stuff. all my golds of choice these days are Scale75 golds. They are without doubt the best golds on the market today. one coat, no streaks, perfect coverage, butterly smooth. that one is Necro Gold (sometimes misspelled on the bottle negro gold) i'd strongly recommend the following golds in the range Decayed Metal (beautiful dark rich creamy dark brass. one coats everything, perfect as a metallic base) Necro Gold. (lovely cold gold. my personal favourite) Viking Gold (similar in value to Necro gold but instead of the cold tone, its a warm tone. perfect over decayed metal base) Dwarven Gold (a brighter richer yellower gold than the others) there is an Elven gold but it separates VERY quickly, has a pale verdegris hue to it, im not a fan. the others though. grab em, you'll thank me later
  7. Adeptus Titanicus you say? I've just finished this for a client:
  8. ep4: i couldnt help but feel the seeds of Discovery starting to germinate
  9. thanks @The Bag. I'd liked to have done more work on the wings, but its one of CreatureCaster's early sculpts and the wings are really soft and average. so a case of black-white drybrushing and a little spray hjighlights with some inks over it.
  10. with oils you mix a wash to the same consistency as the GW ones with your turpentine / white spirit btw incase i didnt mention that. you'll get it buddy.
  11. have you heard of pin-washing? rather than slapping an all over acrylic wash, you could reduce the surface tension with a tiny bit of dishsoap, then carefully pin-wash the wash into the crevaces and recesses keeping your vivid colouration. This would be a lot easier with an oil wash as it will naturally go into the recesses and with a cottonbud you could clean up the panels back to vibrancy without any effort.
  12. I finally got this lad finished up enough to go out to its new home
  13. if that wasnt a dad joke, then he's on about
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