It's good to see my comment has inspired a drawing!The Celts look great by the way.
You were right!...tell your sister... you were right about the dip side...sigh...dead
Secundus!I saw these figures and thought of you.http://www.copplestonecastings.co.uk/range.php?range=HAC47 (Caveman Characters) would look great as characters in a barbarian army don't you think?
The nice thing about army painter other then finishing armies quicker is it gives you a break from more exact painting.This way when you go back and paint other armies the normal methodical way you still know things are getting done and not just piling up.:-)CheersChristopher
You have failed your dipness. I'll never join you. I am a painter like my father before me.
Hahaha - love your cartoons, great use of colour with the ink. I have not dipped and I shall not dip - at $20+ a bleedin' tin I think I'll continue to make my own washes. As an artist yourself you may have heard/used Rotring Artist Colour pure pigment. (those Germans know a thing or two about colour). A drop or two in distilled water goes a long way! You can make literally any shade you like at any strength. Army Painter-shmainter - I'll have the trad wash technique any time.V nice job on the Celts BTW, dipped or not.Cheers, Dochttp://docsartofwar.blogspot.com/
Beccas...then If you won't be turned...you will be destroyed... evil cackle...lightning. Surprise at be lifted...falling...falling...dead.
Nice cartoon!I've got a bottle of Future Floor Wax, which I've been meaning to try with inks mixed in. Allen Curtis swears by it...
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