Dust Tactics Heavy Laser Grenadiers.
I’m sort of pushing the limits of what I can do with my cellphone. I’ll get a better photo when I get them in the studio.
I’ve spent a lot of time airbrushing over the past couple of years yet in all of that time (until recently) I’ve been thinning my own paints rather than buying airbrush paints.
Don’t get me wrong, I’ve used airbrush paints before, but since I know how to properly thin paints I haven’t bothered buying airbrush paints thinking it an unnecessary expense.
Then, last week I bought a Vallejo airbrush primer on a whim, then tried it out a few days later. Drop a few drops into the airbrush cup. Spray. perfection. My first reaction: WHY HAVE I BEEN AVOIDING THESE THINGS!
So this week I ordered about a dozen colors from the Vallejo Airbrush line. I’m going to keep ordering colors on and off until I have the entire range, then I’m going to look for colors from other ranges until I have ALL THE COLORS EVER!
Seriously though, airbrush paints are terribly convenient.
Work in progress for the ground forces portion of the PHR army for Dropzone Commander. I probably would have had these finished by now except for the fact that the tanks have a seam right down the center of the hull that has to be carefully filled and sanded so it doesn’t look like there’s this big seam in the middle.
An update on my recent projects and such
I really love painting individual fantasy minis! These obviously aren’t all done yet - well, the one on the left mostly is.