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AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby killmaimburn » Wed Jul 17, 2013 12:18 pm

Oi Talus.. :D
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby Angelwing » Thu Jul 18, 2013 2:41 am

Excellent. The Wizard of Oz is a guilty pleasure of mine, so that made my day!
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby BDA » Sat Jul 20, 2013 11:42 pm

like the enforcer captain Matt :)
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby mattjgilbert » Sun Jul 21, 2013 12:11 am

I just added the finished model to the gallery but the pictures are not great. I suggested a lightbox for my Birthday and if I get one I'll hopefully be able to get some better pictures.
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby Baragash » Sun Jul 21, 2013 9:19 pm

Soooo... the restic was getting on my tits too* much** that the Robots are off the table*** for now (I have a half-painted Forge Father team for DB games anyway) and I concede defeat on this month's challenge.

Hence I decided to sort out my two Malifaux crews, working to get all the models up to the same stage of assembled & based, and hopefully undercoated over the next few days.

2013-07-21 001.JPG

l-r (back): 3 Ice Gamin, Rasputina, Ice Golem, Snow Storm, 3 Mechanical Doves, 2 Coryphee (no arms yet), Coryphee Duet (no arms yet)
l-r (box): December Acolyte, Cassandra, Silent One, Performer, Mannequin, Performer, Collette Du Bois, Mannequin

I suspect I'll be declaring the painting of some of these for next month

*And that's a lot of tit to get on right now
**Restic is great/fine for simple models like Mantic's wraiths, or the new Vampiress special character, but it totally sucks ass for quite detailed models, and I was struggling to do one robot body in a single evening sitting
***Literally
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby mattjgilbert » Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:04 pm

I spot the obligatory sand-in-chinese-take-away-box.
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby Talus » Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:06 pm

you should see how many i have here

one for heads
one for legs
one for arms
one for guns
one for bodies

you get the idea :P

4 years of using one near work, saturday nights, its a tradition ;)

(also explains my waist line)
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby timewizard » Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:25 pm

Or would that be a waste line? :)
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby mattjgilbert » Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:16 pm

I use the lids as painting palettes.
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby hunter101 » Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:38 am

My entry is uploaded. Bloody heavy model when its done. Solid as well. But building it is a son of a bitch. Love the kit tho. Want another. lol (ow had to shorten file size as AOS dose not like my cam files being 140MB)
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby hunter101 » Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:43 am

I will try this.
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby Baragash » Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:48 am

Suh-weeeet paintjob Hunter! :eusa_clap :D
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby killmaimburn » Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:20 am

hunter101 wrote:how had to shorten file size as AOS dose not like my cam files being 140MB)

Very few places will!!!
There are lots of ways and lots of photo apps where you can customise X and Y to resize.. inc photoshop and paintshop (I think M$ paints one just cuts the image to the resolution rather than resizing??)

When i'm doing batches of images for a batrep or something I use this (although I appreciate I could make a macro to do batches in photoshop etc)
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Re: AOS Painter of the Month Competition - July 2013

Postby Baragash » Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:52 am

mattjgilbert wrote:I spot the obligatory sand-in-chinese-take-away-box.


I resent that! It's proper shop-bought storage.... that my mother gave me to keep my sand in about 18 years ago :oops:
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