Kickstarter painting

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nozza_uk
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Kickstarter painting

Postby nozza_uk » Tue Jan 22, 2013 3:13 pm

Given the recent bad weather, I've made a start on some of my Kickstarter figures.

Disclaimer - the figures have been painted and varnished. I'm waiting for a new can of dullcote to arrive to get rid of the shine. Also, I need to finish off the bases (something I hate doing).

First up, my Citi-Def squad. Gone for a predictable green, so that they can be used for a wide range of games.

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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby nozza_uk » Tue Jan 22, 2013 3:23 pm

Managed to get some Judges painted up too.

Judges DeMarco, Giant & Anderson
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Judges DeMarco & Giant
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Special Weapons Judge & Anderson
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby JiveProfessor » Wed Jan 23, 2013 12:14 am

I like them, and I too share you hatred of basing (though it always makes models look better).

Did you use a dipping technique?
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby nozza_uk » Wed Jan 23, 2013 8:04 am

Yes, I use Army Painter Quickshade for dipping.
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby Deathjester » Wed Jan 23, 2013 6:44 pm

Nice to see these models painted. Still waiting for mine :evil:
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby Ben2 » Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:01 pm

I got a big fat parcel in the post today (Demonic Cabal, 2 Lawmasters, Cal set, Judge II set, Holocaust Judges, Skysurfers, punk gang, Brit Cit judges and Angel gang) so I'm ordering some nice resin bases and will start painting them up.

I'm in fact thinking of these.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10-x-25mm-rou ... 4cf817594b

While using these for the Holocaust judges, large demon and big robot with big hammer

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5-x-40mm-roun ... 4cf8175948

However there are also these, with the plus point of doing bike bases

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/War-Games-Tour ... 2364159015

What are peoples thoughts?

I've also got to base a Deathwing army imminently, and can't decide between a Space Hulk basing style or the Urban bases above.
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby chaoschild » Thu Jan 24, 2013 1:16 am

The holocaust judges and the big robot really don't need 40mm bases. In fact, squeezing them onto a 25mm base really helps emphasise the size of the models. Just my 2c.
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby richred_uk » Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:02 am

I used these for the Citi-Def I finished painting last night - might get pics up tonight or by the weekend at latest

http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/42-2 ... -base.html

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Bases were pretty easy to work with in terms of drilling, cleaning and painting, Antenociti were very quick to deliver and have a LOT of different sci-fi bases available. I'm planning to use some of the Infinity bike bases they carry to mount my sky surfers on

http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/infi ... -50mm.html

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I believe Fenris are working on some bases that would be suitable for Mega-City One too http://www.fenrisgames.com/

Rich
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby andrewgpaul » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:52 pm

chaoschild wrote:The holocaust judges and the big robot really don't need 40mm bases. In fact, squeezing them onto a 25mm base really helps emphasise the size of the models. Just my 2c.
My HS-1 Judges went on 30mm bases, as did the robot on tracks. I'll probably do the same with the big demolition robot. I've always hated having a model's feet sticking off the sides of the base.

richred_uk, be careful mixing bases like that. Those Micro Art Studio bases are very tall - about double the height of a normal plastic base, so the bikes might end up towering over the models on those Antenociti's bases.
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Re: Kickstarter painting

Postby richred_uk » Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:24 pm

andrewgpaul wrote: richred_uk, be careful mixing bases like that. Those Micro Art Studio bases are very tall - about double the height of a normal plastic base, so the bikes might end up towering over the models on those Antenociti's bases.
At the moment the Micro Art bike bases are just earmarked for the Sky Surfers so it shouldn't be a problem - I have some of the Micro Art ones in 40mm and 60mm which I wanted to look at for the fatties, but will line them up first so as not to be awkward - I will only be using one base manufacturer per gang though, so shouldn't be too bad.

I've just taken quick pics of my Citi-def but started another thread for them :)

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