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Originally posted by Jarrett Lee in 3 separate posts.
A Break from Dark Angels for Chaos
That said, today I decided to tear into one of the new Chaos releases – the plastic Chaos Lord. In my opinion this is one of the coolest models in the release, along with Throgg who I also bought (and have primed). At first I didn’t feel like I could get this guy started, but today I just pushed through the inertia and got some paint on him. Still work to do of course – the cape hasn’t been touched other than a base coat of Necron Abyss. Face and horns are just base coated as well. The armor is looking a bit flat to me as well so i need to look at maybe adding back some shading to the red areas.
|Reminds me a bit of the demon from Legend|
Finished Chaos Lord
Finished this guy up tonight. I’m reasonably happy with the final results – his face could use more definition and I could certainly stand to dust/clean my photo backdrop 🙂 Definitely a nice miniature to paint, I enjoyed it and may try another one at some point.
Chaos Lord – Revised [UPDATE]
|(His back isn’t this shiny in person)|
Hey all – so I wasn’t totally satisfied with the final outcome of the Chaos Lord paint job, and as a result I decided to go back and add some contrast and highlights. Mainly I added a bit of highlighting to the gold and to the face. It’s subtle changes, but still an improvement I feel. Is anyone still reading, by the way? 🙂
|Now even fancier|