Television is rather a frightening business. But I get all the relaxation I want from my collection of model soldiers.
Peter Cushing

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

In Cold Blood Part II

The Eldest is very happy with his lizards so I did another two. I wanted to try something slightly different with the skin on the Cold Ones and some different colours with the actual Lizardmen.






And, as I've promised him, I've started on the Carnosaur. And my word, he's a big lad:



Talk about scale creep - here he is next to the original lead Carnosaur.



And here he is with a 28mm warrior of Minas Tirith for an idea of the sheer bulk of the thing.


I will therefore be cracking out the airbrush to have a go at this chap; there's no way I'm going to do him by hand.

10 comments:

  1. Best of luck with the airbrush I can't get mine to work.

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    1. I love working my airbrush but then applying paint with it is a lot easier than doing make up for fashion shows!

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  2. The lizardmen and cold ones look great! Your technique really works well on these, with all the detail and textures they have. And that carnosaur is a beast! (I wonder how it measures up to a T Rex in the same scale)

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    1. Thanks. It seems to be working well.

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  3. Love the new additions, the colours look superb and as for the big beastie - wow!

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    1. He's very imposing. Will have to.do a number on his base as well I think.

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