- Watcher in the Dark
Given the massive variety in colour schemes for this Mötley Crüe of individuals I pleasantly surprised [relieved] they actually aren't as disparate as I feared. I think it's the Red Planet Base that's tieing them all together so I'm grateful for having that theme once more.
It's also nice to see some of these models that have been completed and boxed up for a while as I've not got enough to game with yet so essentially they're in storage.
But they look great and soon I will have that 1500pts, which is looking to need to be expanded to 1875 for the the likes of Throne of Skulls and 1850 for Blog Wars.
And here's Asmodai, you can see a bit more about the shading and highlights on the black. It's very subtle and time consuming for something that is barely discernible but I'm still pleased with the results. Any lighter and I feel it would have gone against the reflective properties of fabric, maybe I could have done some cross hatching to mitigate that...
It certainly looks a bit better on the folds on the back.
I tried greggs piece of paper underneath to bounce light under the hood with little success.
But really these shots are about better colour and I think it helps give and additional perspective on Asmodai.
I hate painting purity seals, my ham-fisted bits of text look awful. However, I actually love them as bits of decoration and will be adding a lot of Purity Seals to a number of new models.
Anyway, I still like this guy.