I seem to have hit a bit of a ‘bloggers block’ recently, so have decided to write about the couple of Space Wolves Dreadnoughts that I’m currently kit bashing. I think this must be the forth attempt to write this post over the past couple of weeks as my earlier attempts were just creating posts […]
Well that’s got your attention 😉 And this post is about is airbrushes rather than ink… Gravity fed-airbrushes are lovely pieces of kit, very efficient on paint and able to spray at very low pressures. Now one thing that you must always do is to thin your paint down to the consistency of semi-skimmed milk. […]
I’ve recently been painting a GW Shrine of the Aquila 40K building. Well when I say painting I actually mean airbrushing. I’ve now managed to do a nice mottled blue on the outside of the building and a mottled creamy colour inside. Doing something on this scale really teaches you airbrush control and repeatability, as […]
I was late home last night, so rather than get into anything major, I experimented shading and highlighting a cupola that I had airbrushed on Monday. I used heavily thinned Citadel Washes for the shading, two to three parts water to one part wash. First off I applied Asurmen Blue to parts of the model […]
Here are the pics of the tanks that I airbrushed the other day. As I said in a post yesterday, I’m fairly happy with the end effect, although it’s not as subtle as I’d have hoped.
Yesterday I was able to gain access to the garage at home (there’s normally a car in there), so rather than waste my time as the Dreadnought was ready yet, I experimented with my new Iwata HP-C Plus airbrush. This bit of kit is worth it’s weight in gold. The control you have over laying […]