Throwing caution to the wind, I have actually been working on several projects at once. I’ve actually found it somewhat liberating, as I can see progression on a number of different things at once, instead of painting one mini/unit and then thinking ‘wow, I still have a shit load of stuff to do’.
Did some more work on Evan’s Nurgle Rhino. I figured I should as I was running out of excuses lol! Weathered it a little, using the same technique I had used on my Chimera a little while back:
Next i’ll be adding the rusted metal colors on there, and figuring out what color to do all the gross bits. Painting this up prompted me to start another side project, which happened frighteningly quick, but I won’t go into detail here, as i’m writing a separate article about it. I’ll show you a teaser though:
I also started on a Wolf Guard Terminator as well. He’s painted using the recipe I used on the other shap I showed y’all recently. I’ll be redoing the flesh though, as I wasn’t happy with the way it turned out with this formula:
There are some spots that need tidying up, but I want to add some weathering too, so I’ll wait till i’ve done that. I also have a Black Templar Rhino sitting on my worktop that keeps honking it’s horn impatiently at me. I suspect that little bugger will get worked on over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thats it for today! i’ll be back shortly, enjoy!
2 thoughts on “Some WIP updates – multi-tasking aint so bad.”
I really like the Rhino. Interesting take on the whole thing. Also like the Terminator!
Thanks! The Rhino has been a WIP for a while, I’m determined to get the bloody thing done! The fun thing about nurgle is that you can get really creative. The eyeballs on the front were inspired by the old FW Nurgle dreadnaught I used to have.