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Über Gizur

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    Horus Heresy: Word Bearer, Space Wolves, Custodes, Alpha Legion
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    Warhammer 40.000

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  1. Perturabo darf auch ohne Hammer rumlaufen und hat auch die entsprechende offene Hand im Set enthalten.
  2. Der sieht schon sehr gut aus. Ich glaube den bemal ich. Auch wenn ich alle anderen Primarchen mitlerweile verkauft habe.
  3. Ich nutze 10 mal 1 mm die passen perfekt.
  4. Ich hab ein paar seiner tutorials als PDF. Ja der macht großes Kino. Für viele meiner früheren Armeen hab ich die oben genannten Anleitungen benutzt und war meist sehr zufrieden von Ergebniss.
  5. HORUS HERESY LEGION PAINTING GUIDES I Dark Angels (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Sprayed Chaos Black Undercoat. 2. Airbrushed Dawnstone (new Citadel air paint) then washed it with Nuln oil a couple of times. 3. The Silver was Ironbreaker washed with Nuln oil. 4. The red was Mephiston Red highlighted with Kislev Flesh then washed with Drakenhof Nightshade. 5. The White was White Scar washed with Nuln Oil III Emperor's Children (Forgeworld Recipe) • Purple: 1. Basecoat with Xereus Purple; 2. Wash with Druchii Violet; 3. Layer with thinned 50/50 mix of Xereus Purple and Genestealer Purple; 4. Final layer with 25/75 mix of Xereus Purple and Genestealer Purple. • Gold: 1. Basecoat with Balthasar Gold; 2. Wash with Agrax Earthshade; 3. Highlight with Gehenna’s Gold; 4. Glaze with extremely thinned Druchii Violet. • White: 1. Basecoat with Ceramite White; 2. Glaze with thinned Guilliman Blue; 3. Highlight with White Scar. IV Iron Warriors (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Airbrush with thinned Lead Belcher/Iron Breaker (50/50 Mix). 2. Airbrush from top of model with thinned Runefang Steel. 3. Apply a coat of Purity Seal 4. Wash with thinned Agrax Earthshade 5. Dot random spots of Burnt Umber Oil Paint over the model and then flood the model with downward strokes of pure white spirit, so that the oil paint almost completely runs off of the model, but still tints it and stays in the crevices. 6. Yellow Chevrons – Paint with an Averland Sunset base, then over paint with Yriel Yellow. 7. Highlight with Flashgit Yellow. 8. Glaze with Casandora Yellow and then when this is dry was with Agrax Earthshade. 9. Apply Burnt Umber Oil Paint in same was as Part 5 above. V White Scars (Mat Kane) 1. Basecoat Tamiya Neutral Grey. 2. Build a highlight of Sky Grey 3. Build the highlight up to White. 4. To give them the pearl finish that they have in the artwork used Daler-Rowney Pearlescent White Ink over the top. VI Space Wolves (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Black Undercoat. 2. Basecoat with Mechanicum Standard Grey. 3. Airbrush a zenithal highlight of lighter grey. 4. Airbrush the upper areas with space wolves grey focussing on the broader areas that the light would naturally hit and leaving the darker grey in the shaded areas. 5. Wash with Agrax Earthshade. 6. The weathering is a mixture of Beastial Brown applied with a sponge followed by FW Dark Earth weathering powder VII Imperial Fists (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Paint with Averland Sunset base, then paint over with Yriel Yelow. 2. Highlight with Flashgit Yellow. 3. Glaze with Casandora Yellow. 4. Wash with Agrax Earthshade. 5. Dot random spots of Burnt Umber Oil Paint over the model and then flood the model with downward strokes of pure white spirit, so that the oil paint almost completely runs off of the model, but still tints it and stays in the crevices. VIII Night Lords (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. The models were undercoated with GW Black Spray 2. The models were dry brushed with Rub and Buff Pewter, bringing the black undercoat up to a silver colour. 3. Tamiya Clear Blue and Clear Red were mixed together to make a clear purple which was applied over the whole model in 3-4 very thin coats. 4. Once the model had dried, the whole thing was airbrushed with a layer of Auto Air colour Transparent Blue. 5. The Lightning strikes were painted on with Administratum Grey as a base coat. Then were the lightning strikes meet, it was highlighted with white. 6. Once the model had dried, it was protected with a coating of GW Purity Seal. IX Blood Angels (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Spray the model with black spray and while this coat is still wet spray the top and sides of the model with a red spray. 2. Using an airbrush spray Tamiya red pick out panels and upper areas of the model. 3. Add successively more Tamiya yellow to the red to spray the upper areas and edges of the model. 4. Pick out the edges and panels of the model with a bright orange citadel paint. 5. The other areas such as the tubes, pipes and metal sections can be done in colours of your choice. 6. The model was then sprayed with gloss varnish and once this was dry the transfers were applied. 7. It was then sprayed with gloss varnish again. 8. The weathering was achieved by making a 50/50 mix of Abaddon Black and Rhinox hide which was then diluted with Lahmian Medium and water. The model was washed with this mix. Once this was dry the model was given a spray coat of mat varnish. X Iron Hands (Thomas Pardoe & Mat Kane) Undercoat the model with GW black undercoat spray Airbrush a basecoat of Vallejo Metal Color Gunmetal Grey (77.720) Airbrush a midtone from top of model of Vallejo Metal Color Dark Aluminium (77.703) Airbrush blend a highlight on the highest panels (Head, Shoulder Pads, Top of Backpack) with Vallejo Metal Color Aluminium (77.701) A small amount of Tamiya Clear Yellow was added to Tamiya Smoke and this was airbrushed over the whole model and the model was then left to dry. Repeat about 2-3 times, leaving each coat to dry before applying the subsequent coat. GW Druchi Violet was then airbrushed over the model in random patches. Tamiya Clear Green was then airbrushed in patches over the previous two colours. GW Druchii Violet was then re-applied to the same areas as before, to reinforce the colour. The whole model was airbrushed with a layer of thinned down Tamiya Smoke and the model was then left to dry. XII World Eaters (Forgeworld Recipe) • Note: do not glue shoulder pads and backpacks to bodies before undercoating. Body: 1. Undercoat with Skull White spray; 2. Wash with a mix of 25% Drakenhof Nightshade, 25% Nuln Oil, 25% Lahmian Medium and 25% water; 3. Lightly sponge Ceramite White mixed with a little Lahmian Medium to raised surfaces. • Shoulder Pads/Backpack: 1. Undercoat with Chaos Black spray; 2. Basecoat with Kantor Blue; 3. Highlight with Teclis Blue mixed with a little Lahmian Medium. 4. Wash with Body stage 2 mix above. • Brass: 1. Basecoat with Sycorax Bronze; 2. Roughly highlight with 50/50 Sycorax Bronze and Runefang Steel 3. Wash with Body stage 2 mix above. XIII Ultramarines (Mat Kane) • Blue 1. Black Undercoat 2. Stage one is to airbrush up from a black undercoat to tamiya light grey. This is then blended up to citadel ulthuan grey. 3. Five very thin coats of Vallejo model air blue mixed with Scale 75 Inktensity blue. This is a 15/2 ratio which is then heavily thinned. 4. Once dry, airbrush up some highlights using citadel caledor Sky, focussing on the broader areas that the light would naturally hit and leaving the darker blue in the shaded areas. 5. Refine the highlight further. This time using a paint brush to blend citadel lothern blue to really focus the lighting. 6. Glaze using 3 very thin layers of citadel guilliman blue. 7. Finally pick out some spot highlights using Citadel Lothern Blue. • Gold 1. Use a basecoat of Balthazar Gold. 2. Highlight/blend stage 1 – Blend the Balthazar Gold to Hashut Copper. 3. Highlight/blend stage 2 – Blend to Auric Armour Gold. 4. Highlight/blend stage 3 – Blend to Valejo Air Range Gold and then edge highlight with this colour. 5. Wash with thinned Agrax Earthshade and then shade with Drucchi Violet. • Silver 1. Use a basecoat of Lead Belcher. 2. Highlight/blend stage 1 – Blend to Iron Breaker. 3. Highlight/blend stage 2 – Blend to Runefang Steel. 4. Wash with a mix of Agrax Earthshade and Nuln Oil. XIV Death Guard (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Undercoat with Skull White spray; 2. Wash with 50/50 mix of Seraphim Sepia and Lahmian Medium; 3. Highlight with White Scar mixed with Lahmian Medium. 4. Basecoat with Castellan Green, Castellan Green and Elysian Green; 5. Highlight with Elysian Green. 6. Basecoat with Warlock Bronze; 7. Highlight with Runelord Brass. XV Thousand Sons (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Black under coat. 2. Airbrush fading up with the Iron Hands FW paint. 3. Airbrush Runefang Steel from the top as a highlight. 4. Airbrush Angron Red all over (takes a few layers leaving the previous layers to dry, handy to paint them in batches). 5. Shade the recesses where armour plates meet with a 50/50 mix of Nuln Oil and Drakenhof Nightshade. 6. Line weather and chip with Vallejo Air Aluminium. 7. Gold is Retributor Gold, shaded with Sepia and highlighted with Runefang Steel. 8. Eyes are painted black, white line, FW Clear Green. 9. White is Celestra Grey, Ulthuan Grey all over, White highlights. 10. Brass is Runelord Brass, washed with Seraphim Sepia. XVI Sons of Horus (Forgeworld Recipe) • Green 1. Undercoat with Chaos Black Spray; 2. Basecoat with a mix of 25% Castellan Green, 25% Sotek Green, 25% Dawnstone and 25% Nurgling Green; 3. Wash with Colia Greenshade 4. Repeat stage 2 with 20% more Dawnstone and Sotek Green 5. Repeat stage 4 with 20% more Dawnstone and Sotek Green 6. Wash twice with thinned Biel Tan Green. • Gold: 1. Basecoat with Runelord Brass; 2. Wash with Agrax Earthshade; 3. Highlight with Runelord Brass in striking motions to create a chipped and weathered appearance. • Silver: 1. Basecoat with Leadbelcher; 2. Wash with Nuln Oil; 3. Highlight with Leadbelcher in striking motions to create a chipped and weathered appearance. 4. Highlight with Iron Breaker as stage 4. XVII Word Bearers (Forgeworld Recipe) • Red 1. The models were undercoated with GW Black Spray 2. The models were drybrushed with Rub n’Buff Pewter, bringing the black undercoat up to a silver colour. 3. Airbrush one coat of Carrabourg Crimson. 4. Airbrush three thinned coats of Tamiya Clear Red (leaving each coat to dry before proceeding). 5. Airbrush one coat of Carrabourg Crimson. • Silver 1. Basecoat with Leadbelcher. 2. Wash with Nuln Oil. 3. Highlight with Leadbelcher in striking motions, to create a chipped & weathered appearance. 4. Highlight with Ironbreaker. • Brass 1. Basecoat with Runelord Brass. 2. Wash with Agrax Earthshade. 3. Highlight with Runelord Brass in striking motions, to create a chipped & weathered appearance. XVIII Salamanders (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Airbrush with Tamiya Flat Green 2. Blend in a highlight of Loren Forest Green 3. Wash with Lahmian Medium and Biel Tan Green 4. Brass: Warplock Bronze and Runelord Brass 5. Wash Brass with a mix of Aggraxearth Shade and Seradhim Sepia (50/50) 6. Shade Brass: Druchi Violet 7. Edge Highlight: Runelord Brass/Runefang Steel XIX Raven Guard (Forgeworld Recipe) 1. Spray the model Black. 2. Blend into the black a very thinned down coat of Stormvermin Fur. 3. Add some Mechanicus Standard Grey to the Stormvermin Fur and blend in the Highlight. 4. Line highlight the very top panel lines with Mechanicus Standard Grey. Red: 1) Basecoat with Khorne Red. 2) Highlight with Evil Sun Scarlet 3) Wash with Tamiya Clear Red. XX Alpha Legion (Andy Wardle & Mat Kane) Airbrush a basecoat of Vallejo Metal Color Gunmetal Grey (77.720) Airbrush a midtone from top of model of Vallejo Metal Color Dark Aluminium (77.703) Airbrush blend a highlight on the highest panels (Head, Shoulder Pads, Top of Backpack) with Vallejo Model Air Chrome (71.064) Mix a little Tamiya Clear Green with Tamiya Clear Blue (25/75 Mix) and airbrush over the entire model in two coats. Airbrush armour panels with Tamiya Clear Blue, blending from bottom of the armour panels upwards to the middle, so the strongest blue colour is at the bottom of the panels and in the shadows. Airbrush blend another highlight on the highest panels (Head, Shoulder Pads, Top of Backpack) with Vallejo Model Air Chrome (71.064) Apply thinned coat of Tamiya Clear Blue over the highlight and blend into the surrounding area. • Silver: 1. Basecoat with Leadbelcher. 2. Wash with Nuln Oil 3. Highlight with Leadbelcher in striking motions, to create a chipped & weathered appearance. 4. Highlight with Ironbreaker.
  6. Muss dran liegen das meine Armee schon eine passable Größe hat. 😊
  7. Ich hab derzeit kein einziges Modell mehr auf Halde für 30k. 🙄
  8. Damit war die 44er Henry gemeint. Während es von der Winchester (welche zum Bürgerkrieg noch gar nicht verbreitet war) im Laufe der Jahre einige Varianten gab ebenso wie von der Sharp zum Beispiel.
  9. Henrystutzen ist ne Erfindung von Karl May. Das 44er Henry hatte 16 Schuss, die Winchester für gewöhnlich 14.
  10. Ich glaube DHL. Ist schon ne Weile her das ich da das letzte Mal bestellt habe.
  11. Sperrfeuer. Da gehen die Verluste vom Mittelpunkt der Schablone weg und nicht von vorne.
  12. Kann mir einer der White Scars Spieler sagen ob die Schulterpanzer der Keshig Termis lose oder am Arm angegossen sind?
  13. Nachdem noch ein paar Modelle den weg in meine Sammlung gefunden haben wird es mal wieder Zeit für ein paar Gesamtimpressionen. Wie, ob und mit welchen Modellen ich das ganze noch ein wenig erweitere ist im moment noch die große Frage.
  14. 7 Punkte für Terra und den Sigiliten. Ein schickes neues Gesamtbild gibts in meinem Projekt. Wie und mit welchen Modellen es jetzt noch weitergeht weiß ich leider nicht so wirklich.
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