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Since the completion of my Tau Devilfish, I have been asked a few times, how I did it. So for your those that are interested, check out my Tutorial below.
Recently I have been taking part in the War Gamer £5 Challenge (#wg5challenge). For this challenge I bought a metal Avatar of Khaine, and this is my progress so far. I aim to have this guy finished by this weekend to have the auction complete by next weekend.
A new challenge proposed by a #warmonger on Twitter @vidpui.
So what is it:
Just for fun, a challenge to buy a single mini for £5 (or equivalent in local currency, also not to inc postage) or under on Ebay, get it painted, and then sell it on again. Who ever makes the most profit wins!
No prizes on offer, just bragging rights to your peers!
If you want to participate post a picture of the receipt proving that it was bought for less than £5 on the Facebook page and tag progress on twitter using the hashtag #wg5challenge before finally selling it on eBay on a 7 day auction starting at £0.99 and then posting a picture of the final sale value.
My entry is this, a metal Avatar of Khaine, which I bought for £4.40
So far there are 82 people competing in this challenge and it should be great to see what people can do, especially I want to find out what I can achieve, and what money I can generate for charity.
For this #miniaturemonday I have been working on my Tau Devilfish.
In addition to the normal weathering I usually do, I have added a burnt metal effect to the engines which you can see in the top right.
I am quite pleased at how well the burnt metal effect has come out, so I may continue with in on the rest of my vehicles. As always, I am continually trying to learn new skills techniques, so any constructive comments to improve this would be very welcome.