I printed up some Warmachine-style terrain on my new 3D printer, one for myself and a few for my local game store.
This one is pretty dark and drab. Primed with 50/50 Metallic and Black Primer. Grey parts first covered with cheap craft paint, then tinted with miniature paints. Printed with PLA on “High” resolution – .12mm layers.
These ones were primed with just Metallic Primer, the grey is a different color of craft paint, and the bottom is red/blue miniature paint. The red one was printed with PLA at “Hyper” resolution – .05mm layers, and the blue one with ABS at High, but with a thin coat of gap-filling resin over most of it.
Fairly quick job on some winter-themed trenches.
A fairly pretentious name for a nice-looking, but mundane model. I saw this on the New Products rack at Hobby Bunker and decided to pick it up. Once I eventually get enough Cryx painted up for an army, it will be a nice bit of terrain for them. It was a fairly simple paint job, mostly lots of dry-brushing. I tried to use lots of desaturated browns, as old wood tends to look almost gray. I also got to use the verdegris paint for the bronze bits.
I apparently forgot to make a post out of this earlier; here’s everything I painted in 2017:
Also here: 2017 Miniatures
Generic boxcars in 28mm scale. They’ve been done for a little while, but they’re fairly boring so I kept forgetting to take pictures. As you can see, I played around with pigments, with varying degrees of success.
Expect to see more of these soon.