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Infernals

  1. Infernals painting blog #7: Zaateroth

    Infernals release next week! You can place your pre-orders here! https://www.discountgamesinc.com/catalogsearch/result/index/?q=infernals&product_list_limit=30 Hello everyone! I am back with some new Infernal painting updates. Apologies about the sudden drop in blog activity, I was pushing hard to finishing painting stuff in time for Lock and Load that it was taking up all my time. I do have photos of what I completed...
  2. Infernals!

    The new core rules update for Warmachine that include the rules for Infernals are available here: Warmachine rules update Infernals are now in War Room! You can place your pre-orders here: https://www.discountgamesinc.com/catalogsearch/result/index/?q=infernals&product_list_limit=30
  3. Infernals painting blog #6: Priming Horrors

    First up for the beasts is the Tormentor. I wanted to go with lighter skin tones. The artwork seems to suggest a that these horrors have light skin. I was stuck between 2 recipes that I wanted to use. The first is Menoth White Base, shaded with Bastion Gray and Cryx Bane Base. This is highlighted with Menoth White Highlight...
  4. Infernals painting blog #5: Valin Houke

    I decided to make this model the second one after Omodamos, reason being, I liked it and it gives me a chance to play with infantry color placement. First step is starting with some black primer. I his helps influence the overall feel of the color scheme. Darker primers tend to create darker feeling color schemes, while lighter primers help...
  5. Infernals Unboxing #2: Cultists, Griever Swarm, Soul Stalker, & Infernal Gate

    Infernals Unboxing #2
  6. Infernals painting blog #4: assembling models

    The Infernals models are pretty straight forward. Like most heavy kits the body and legs for these heavies are the same. Assembling the models is easy. I like using side clippers when cutting bibs off of models as you can make a pretty clean cut. Clean things up with your exacto and files and you are ready to start working...
  7. Infernals painting blog #3: finishing up Omodamos

    This is the final stage on Omodamos, painting the black cloth. Black can be tricky to paint. What gives a model depth and visual interest is contrast in the color. Black is very difficult to give contrast without it either looking blue, green, red or grey. My approach, particularly when speed painting is to keep it subtle. The effect didn’t...
  8. Infernals painting blog #2

    Moving on to the metallic surfaces. Metallic finishes can be a great opportunity for cool effects. However, this project presents me with an interesting dilemma, quality vs time. To have this project done I time I need to take some shortcuts. To start I begin by mixing equal amounts of Umbral Umber and Coal Black. This is then added to...
  9. Infernals painting blog #1

    I wanted to start off by clarifying a rumor that has circulated some. Privateer Press stated that they might shrink the size of Omodamos and there was a question on if the model that Jay received was the final size of the model. Privateer Press did test a smaller size with Omodamos, but they felt that the larger size looked...
  10. Unboxing video for preview Infernals models

    

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