Much to my surprise the whole day flew past (with a few cups of tea and sandwiches) and I managed to build it; paint it and complete it.... Even I was impressed with the speed of production on this one....
I even managed to crack out the graph paper and create a couple of flags for the turret....
So that makes 2 Predators; a Land Raider and a Land Speeder produced for my Rogue Trader Salamanders in the last few months... If I keep on at this rate of production these green armoured veterans could soon rival my Crimson Fists in army size....
Hmmmm what shall I paint next!!
You paint suspiciously far too well and quick to me, I wonder what was in that tea you drank :DReplyDelete
It looks superb as all your other salamander units.
Many thanks my friend. It's good to see this classic force expanding.ReplyDelete
Ah yes...the secret tea...sadly I can't share my secret ingredient!! :-)
Impressive mechanized force. Keep it up with good work. Thanks to this entry you have a new follower.... me! Cheers from Spain.ReplyDelete
Hello my friend! Thanks very much for the feed back! I greatly appreciate it. I now have a few more old school tanks from eBay so I'll try and get them battle ready ASAP! Hasta Luego!Delete
The predator looks great, very crisp. I fear painting tanks base colors and use camouflage to hide my lack of skill.ReplyDelete
You have taught me a new trick, my stupid brain never thought to paint flags before cutting them out. This will make life so much easier.
Many thanks! The technique I use is very easy actually. Spray the base layer with the spray gun; then redo the base layer using a large flat brush...it's so large there will be minimal brush strokes. Then just dry brush up in progressively lighter shades of the first colour! VoilaReplyDelete
Yeah the graph paper and painting the banners before they've been cut out is are really helpful!!