Friday, 24 October 2014

It keeps getting better and better...

...have a look at this  - Republic All-Terrain Scout Vehicle for Afterlife 'Shards of Liberty' (still a WIP so lacking a few details). Comes with crew! I'm not sure if this is an add-on for the Kickstarter but I think it must be. Edit: It is!

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Lena again...

..with slightly lighter and sharper photos.















































Lena Petrova, Electronics Specialist...

...from Afterlife: 'Shards of Liberty' Kickstarter
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Afterlife: 'Shards of Liberty' Kickstarter...

...latest update from Joel: Pledge here. I'm happy to include mechs (and even the APC if it works out) and discuss colour schemes with the winners!

"Morning All,
Your chance to WIN one of five miniatures painted by Dwartist!
I am sure you have all seen the beautiful paint work on our miniatures done by Dwartist, a big fan of our miniatures, a backer of this project, and an amazing painter!
Yesterday he made a very special "money cant buy it" offer to help get this KS project funded.
After the KS ends, all backers who have pledged £100 or more will be entered into a draw to win one of five chances to have a miniature from their pledge painted by Dwartist! 
At the moment, that means pledgers over £100 have a 1 in 28 chance of winning this amazing prize, which is pretty great odds!
Further details - Choose a regular infantry sized figure from your pledge. It must be a military model rather than a civilian. I'm sure Dwartist will try to paint your preferred colour scheme, but he reserves the right to paint it however he likes and will only paint in his regular "style".
We reserve the right to amend or add to these conditions.
Cheers
Joel" 



Monday, 20 October 2014

Sunday, 19 October 2014

WIP: Unity Council Crane War-Droid...

...although the dull, grey metal has been painted working up from a medium base to the lightest highlight on the top of edges as I would normally do (shading to be added) I painted the sand coloured armour in a different manner. Each of the separate panels has been highlighted working towards the centre and leaving the edges in the medium base shade. Each layer of the very diluted paint has been applied by  brushing vertically in very thin stripes and so that the underlying colour shows through creating the appearance of (hopefully) a grimy, worn surface with paint wearing off the leading edges.