Not a paint job… or even a “miniature”
A friend recently took a trip to Southeast Asia, saw this in a store and picked it up for me. It’s a stupid cheap robot toy for kids. Blatant ripoff of PP’s IP. They also have a Khador ‘jack and GW Terminator mixed in there. Probably the rest in the series are just IP I don’t recognize. I love the complete inattention to detail, including the grooves where the boiler should be (the grooves are probably there to help the glue have something to grab). It’s bigger than the real thing, but bulgy and the proportions are weirdly stretched. Also, the paint job’s pretty bad, but not too bad considering how cheap a toy it is.
The real Ironclad is like “WTF?”
Lylyth 3, without her ulks and sleigh of death.
Standard Legion colors. Her armor is a bit different from the other warlocks, so I just traced the edges in silver rather than try to paint all the little doodads inside each plate.
She is really “flat”
Here’s what she’s getting instead of a sleigh
I’ve had these minis since 2015, when I first got into Warmachine with the 2015 Khador All-in-One box. They got white primer and a blue ink at the time and then got to play in a lot of games. Then MkIII showed up, and they were warming my shelf. Since they are very nice looking minis, I decided to finally give them a good paint job.
I started off with Black -> White directional highlighting, followed by many coats of very thin glazes. I’ve found that one thick coat destroys all your directional highlights, while many thin coats preserve it. Citadel’s blue glaze and Reaper’s Clear Green and Purple are the main colors here. The gold is the new Reaper Dungeon Dwellers Cursed Gold I picked up at ReaperCon 2018. Some of the browns are Agrax Earthshade, while others are Reaper’s Oiled Leather triad. Base arc is P3 Ordic Olive and basing material is a mix of coarse black ballast, medium dark brown ballast and “Organic Assam” tea leaves (they are veeeery tiny leaves).
Lady Aiyana is a dark elf, as all my elves are, using Reaper’s Dusky Skin triad. You can blame Alpha Omega Hobby’s Adam for the eye-wateringly bright colors. He suggested a bright green to go with the bright blue.