Thursday, October 15, 2015

Dreadtober update

Photo/Drawing/Logo by Todd @ Sincain40k

I've been working on MegaNobz, Killa Kanz, and a Deff Dread.  The work has been very sporadic, as I've been searching through the backlog to find all these models, and I've been caught up at work, too.  I wanted to have a decent story to tell, before I posted.  So here's a walkthrough to the first interesting pause-point.

Burnt Umber over black primer.

Sponged with 3 shades of orange.
Gloss varnish, matte varnish, hairspray.

And finally some color.


  1. On the mega nob Mike, you didn't tape the skin? I'm amazed by this. I must of spent hours taping my mega nobz...

    1. Naw, man. At this stage, everything is just base-coats and undercoats. I'll be painting over any oversprays anyway, in either direction.

    2. And this is why I find watching artists work so fascinating and educational. The stuff you waste time on not knowing a better way of doing it!

      I tend to do all my ork skin with pre shading then washes/glazes, so I have to protect that initial layer. Though in hindsight, I could have painted on the shading after the metals, then done the washes/glazes..

  2. Awesome start man! Hopefully I'll be able to check out some progress tonight.


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