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Thread: 1988 40k Beastman WIP

      
   
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    Cabana Boy

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    1988 40k Beastman WIP

    Had this kicking around years and finally started work on this cool old miniature.

    Would appreciate your feedback, ideas or heads up on where im going wrong.







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    Worked the tunic and armour plate.

    Thinking about some scratches and corrosion on the armour and chainsaw, maybe some oil and blood splatter.


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    I love that model lol

    He's looking great so far, can't wait till you finish him.

    He's a beastman so splatter and blood is a necessity I think.
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    Looking really nice! That is one mini that has 'aged' well. Keep it up!
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    Man, I love these old minis. They were the best Beastmen they ever did imo, and it's always great seeing a more modern take on the paintwork too. :)

    They were also perfectly playable in WHFB too with the way the old rules worked. Technological weapons as gifts from the gods? Yes please! Fzzap!!

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    That breastplate is looking real nice, I love the colur added. What did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottRadom View Post
    That breastplate is looking real nice, I love the colur added. What did you use?
    Thanks, I used Foundry Drab no. 12 and washes in the darker areas with Foundry teal No.24 I think.

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    What are the Foundry paints like btw?

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    I like them. I initially bought them for the triads as I knew little about mixing paints and now I don't know any different really. I did buy some VMC but find I reach for a foundry instead.

    Maybe other brands would improve my painting but I can't afford to replace them and I think im doing ok.

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    Made a little more progress.

    any ideas for the pistol and saw guard?


 

 
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