|Close(r) up of my first finecast model. This was great fun to paint. Tons of texture, a really gnarly model.|
|From a bit further back, as it's technically known.|
|I love this back pack part. You can get a real sense of the mutating influence of the warp from the shape and textures of it. Almost as if the ceramite has flowed like thick liquid. For example frijj milkshake or whatever it's called.|
This stuff is pretty weird feeling. But I reckon I quite like it. I'd been really wary of picking any finecast miniatures up due to the quality control problems they'd been having. I saw some real shockers when browsing in shops. It seems that they've now upped the quality control, though, so the fault / error rate seems to have reduced drastically. Beggared if I know what was going wrong before. Probably taking them out of the moulds too early to maintain high production numbers or some shit. Anyways, the set I got were absolutely fine. Sorry for the digression.
On this one, I had a go at using thinner coats, and it seems to have worked for me, as the fine textures on the model are quite visible. Job's a good 'un and that.
I really like this guy's head. A bit reminiscent of pushing a rusty gas mask through a load of soft wax or something. It reminded me of the last time I did that very same thing... er... Anyway, I need to eat me tea.
In a bit.