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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Finecast Nurgle


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The new Finecast range of GW models were used in this addition to a preexisting army. Having painted many of the metal plague marines, the resin were better. They were more accepting of wash and gave greater gradation of shadow.

Assembly was a mixed bag. On many of the models there weren't just mold lines, but mold misalignments. These required re-shaping the model to become smooth. However, glue adhered quickly and more solidly than with plastic or metal models.

The Nurgle Prince used to be especially difficult to paint, being a bowling ball of brokeness. Now he's a joy to paint up and play.

8 comments:

  1. I've had mixed experiences with finecast myself. I got 2 boxes of miscast terrible DE Wracks that GW ultimately replaced one box in full after I sent pics. But then I got a Perfect cast flawless DE Archon, so that redeemed finecast a bit in my eyes.

    AS far as Nurgle goes, I was curious how this Deamon Prince would be in finecast. I'm sure a hell of a lot lighter!

    The detail looks good and the airbrushing is really nice man. Really adds a nice layer of texture to Nurgle.

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  2. idd the turn out on this guys is awsome, I love the paint jobb on them you gave them that nurgel feel to them. if i come to the usa i will come over to you to get a paint class.

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  3. @ Lucky
    ya fine cast on the DP was money!

    @muffin
    Thanks bro,
    You should get out here

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  4. it´s a long way from sweden, but the next time I come over to the usa id be epic to hook up and have a small paint jam. if you are up for it that is. don´t want to intrude :D

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  5. That looks really nice. Was that done with an airbrush?

    It was great to hang with you at WGC Donovan, good times for sure.

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  6. @brian ther is still a percentage of hand details but we are an airbrush studio.

    @muffin for sure

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  7. The wings on that Daemon worked out great. The graduation and natural splotchyness is perfect IMO. Realistic to say the least, good work.

    New banner looks good too! He He!

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