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Subject: Wrath painting WIP rss

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Matt Hausig
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First part is done, next to do is the controller and avatar. I tried using the Army Painter Others paints for some of the minis. The bodies for the abominations were painted using a combination of black and midnight blue with the Wrath paint being blended in to do the legs. I also used some of the Wrath paint for the mouths and the base. I mainly used the red wash from the Army Painter set. I used a craft store glossy varnish by itself or mixed with the red wash and then added some Citadel blood and slime texture paints.


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Ryan Crimm
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I really disliked the direction you took with the abominations at first glance, but every time I look at it I like it more. In fact, I'm at the point where I want to incorporate the style into my own Wrath set. I love the way the details are obscured by the paint just enough that it gives the minis a real nightmarish vibe and I think the shiny varnish adds to it too. Nice job!
 
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Patrick Reynolds
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I like the look of those abominations! Reminiscent of the xenomorphs from the Alien movies, all black and shiny. If I ever get around to having mine painted I might go this route as well.
 
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