Wow, what great pics.
Well here's my first post and first minis on the path of retribution.....went for the trad scheme, as such, as that's what drew me to them.
Let me know how you think it's going.......yes I know the shoulder pads are the wrong way on the Hydra!
Here are some bad shots of my Retribution army I am starting to build.
Less QQ more PewPew
"Do you know what your sin is, Mal?"
"Ah, hell, I'm a fan of all seven. But right now, I'd have to go with Wrath!"
Remember: Quality post>Quantity of posts.
these all look great, I'm not a big fan of the myrmidons in general, but the ret troops are awesome looking.
Here are my Blood Elves at War.put up your done stuff in the meantime... you can always update later.
Kainmalice, your models live up to your words! The red scheme with neon green orbs harmonize super well. Now tied as my favorite alt-scheme, with Gdaybloke's Orange and gray.
Redphantasm needs to post on this thread, he has very accomplished looking models as well.
@Crimsonguard: LOVE that blue tone you got for your guys' armor! It's gorgeous! I've gotten my color scheme worked out and it's coming along well enough, and pictures of my own will soon be up as well!
Those Blood Elves really stand out.
I want to dig this out and actually finish it, I have the painting ADHD bad.
Last edited by Pierce9; 10-01-2010 at 10:46 AM.
heres my golden retribution, also i have since started painting the wings on the phoenix, will post more pics when its done. (sorry for the link not the best with pictures on forums)
Here's my army as of right now. Sorry its kinda blurry shot and its still WIP...
Last edited by JustNCREDIBLE; 11-01-2010 at 05:31 PM.
ITS ALL AMAZING to many awesome armys and amazing paint schemes i have know idea what to paint my army but i think i got a clue now
Yep, gotta say that thus far, it's "Shamu" ftw.
Perhaps someone will paint theirs up in a similar scheme, but with primary colors to get the whole "Shamwow" thing going on.
They're made in Germany, so you know they're good, you know...
Someday I will learn to post pics on this forum and all will be right with the world. *sigh*
Starting Retribution for a 3rd time, lol. Here are some finished minis!
@Festus: WOW. You really made the in house faction scheme look great there. I'm in the process of overhauling my Retribution collection to start again from ground zero, and tested a new scheme on one of my Invictors last night which is looking much better than what I had before, so I'm looking forward to doing it up! You are inspiring, though.
It comes to my attention that myrmidons look much cooler when they're dramatically posed. Festus' Phoenix and Discordia are absolutely awesome.
Thanks for the compliments guys. I really wanted to give them a more agile/threatening feel. They are supposed to be the pinnacle of warjack technology... lol
You guys suck. All of you. I'm just getting into the swing of Legion, and I've signed up with the Online Gamer's Journal for 6 months of Legion, and you go post this awesomeness. I'm salivating. I can't wait to sink my teeth into my Ret collection!
Dynamic poses for the win!
Hi there, i just wanted to show a couple of models that i'd done recently.
The light tendrils n the phoenix aren't really how i imagined them (they're supposed to look more like Tyrael from Dii or a vorlon).
Not sure how to paint that effect though, so i went with a flaming look.
The other is Garryth, who i'm reasonably fond of as well.
His flavour text is an homage to Gen from SFIV, as they're both cranky old assassins.
"No flaws when you're pretending!"
Here is where I have started. Still got to figure out the glowing areas and paint them properly but otherwise he is completed. My armoured models will use the grey on his clothes as the predominant colour and mage hunters will have the green. Battle mages should be fairly equal amounts of both. Not sure what colour to do the glowy bits so any suggestions would be appreciated. Also how do you actually paint the glowing areas technique wise?
Last edited by Asheth; 06-12-2012 at 09:16 PM.
Here's my test scheme:
I wanted to paint a jack that had a lot of contrast to my regular scheme so I decided to try and implement Ghool's method of painting white. It is more of a linen white. I'm just getting started but I wanted to share what I've got. None of the figs are finished but the Griffon is pretty close. I need to repaint his gems after getting some good tips.
- Nikon D80
- AF Nikkor 28-105mm Macro
- ISO 1600
- WB Tungsten, though it is a little too yellow.
The first finished piece of my fledgeling army;
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