Thursday, May 13, 2010

Finished Ulthwe





Ive finished off my Ulthwe to 1500pts. Here are some pics for you to enjoy :)

13 comments:

eldaraddict said...

Great looking models. There is a good coherent look to your army.

Your photos are amazing. How do you get so much light on them without washing out the details? They look great.

Frazer said...

Im a photographer, I own a studio so that helps :) Thanks for the comments!

Musings of a Smurf said...

cool, love the white. its come out really well

Warhammer39999 said...

Very pretty.

Any chance to get some close-ups on the models? The bone work looks fantastic!

CJ said...

One of the nicer Eldar armies I've seen in a long time :)!

I both like the scheme and army composition it really has a nice feel to it.

the great photographs help a lot to convey they great work you have done on the models.

Great job overall!

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Elowyn said...

Great looking army! Really quite effective and simply stylish.

How did you do it? Black primer, bleached bone on white parts, codex grey edges?

Elowyn said...

Oh, and if I may ask, what types of red did you use for the wraithguard loin cloths and the "hair" of the storm guard? The black, white, red combo is amazing!

Frazer said...

The red is the foundation red, defvlin mud wash, the foundation again and a blood red highlight,

The bone is bleached bone over black ( 2-3 thin coats) the gyphone sepia the bleached bone again.

Thanks for the kind words

Vaden said...

Man I love your paint scheme here and am totally going to try and emulate it for my Ulthwe allies. What would you recommend for Fire Dragons with an Ulthwe feel?

Frazer said...

Thanks for the comment. I would keep an orange theme but keep it very muted and more burnt orange and dark reds to keep the theme of the army!

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