The first 10 are done!
In the end, I went for white leather armour, black plate for the gauntlets, greaves and shields, aswell as black cloth for their skirts.
I finnished the bases late yesternight, and must say I'm very happy with them. A good thing with Denmark, is its high quantity of flint stones, so I merely took a trip with my bike, found some sand with small flint pebbles, and there you go; small rocks with sharp edges, jutting up from the lifeless barren earth.
I wanted to capture the barren and lifeless aspect of the Chaos Wastes - a land torn asunder by magic and warfare. So I googled for pictures of stone deserts and barren wastelands, and with some help from friends, picked a theme to go for.
Base painting recipe:
Chaos Black base coat
Shadow Grey all over, except for deepest cracks/fissures
Codex Grey drybrushed on pebbles
Gryphone Sephia washed all over
Bleached Bone / Astronomican Grey mix drybrushed over it all
(just so I don't forget how to paint the bases for the rest of my army) *winks*
Anyways, hope you like them as much as I do! *beams with pride*
I'll be working on converting my Warhounds this evening, hopefully getting an update with them uploaded soon.
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