|Terminal Stupidity. Sadly, there is no cure.|
Yep, that's what I did this week. Let me elaborate before I get into the WIP....I took lots of pretty pictures for this weeks post. Then I proceeded to work on them directly from the memory card. The card crashed and took what I had not worked on with it. Now I know better, but I still did it. I won't tell you that I fainted from the shock because only a sissy would faint. At any rate, when I regained consciousness several hours later the pics were still gone. A victim of my own terminal stupidity. On to the WIP!
|Wow, bare resin. I might leave these out in future posts.|
|Again, bland but you can start to see that texture blending.|
This was my first model using the new Citadel paints. I have always liked Citadel and this new range is great. I've dabbled in other brands but keep coming back to Citadel. It's what I know and like and will keep using predominantly. Though, if I get into more airbrushing I will try out Vallejo as everyone seems to love it.
|My color palette for this model.|
|Pin head. Ha ha, ugh sorry. I'll be good.|
|NNM for the banner because I reason its fabric , not metal.|
Also upcoming will be the beginnings of my Dark Vengeance journey. I got the limited edition and can't decide on a color scheme so I'll likely do up some test models and include a poll for a few weeks so you can help me escape my own circle of indecision.
I leave you with some questions. I mentioned Vallejo earlier. Since I live in Canada and can't spray outside in the winter (stupid temperate climate - yay snowboarding is coming - shut up, voices shut up!) and The Lady Inquisitor has banned spraying indoors (Inquisitorial sanctions are no laughing matter) my hobby can take quite a hit in the winter. What say you internet dwellers, about Vallejo's air brush primers in black and grey? Are they durable, are they smelly? Will I need to get a small hobby spray booth (DIY or bought on Amazon depending on funds and laziness)?
Thanks for your time and remember; you can't spell paint without a little pain.