This coming weekend I will get to use my Daemon Lord of Tzeentch for the second time in the 2.5 years I’ve had it. The first time was an apocalypse game and it was primers white.
When I last posted anything, I had put a simple base coat on the model when IA13 was released and made it unplayable in any games but apocalypse.
actinic lights anyone?
Ihad been holding off on painting my new plastic Screamers for some time (I actually painted them last September and have been searching for pictures I took ever since). I won two boxes of three at the Nor Cal Team Tournament in Stockton, CA at Heroes on Paper in early 2013. A painting award at Olde World Gaming in Elk Grove in mid 2013 netted me another box of three. I love all my metal screamers for their sleek simplicity, but I also love the detail and ability to customize the new plastic kit. I was able to assemble all nine screamers without any two models having the same options; love it!
They say mimicry is the greatest form of compliment. This tutorial is my slight twist on one already published by Element Games. You can find their tutorial linked just below. The color scheme is the same, the general approach is the same, I’ve just made some slight modifications to technique, order, basing and a few other minor things here and there.