You’d imagine it would be hard to get excited about simple molded plastic walls. Totally wrong.
Here’s a side-by-side shot of the RYZA ruins before and after applying Nihilakh Oxide. Worth the trouble, I think.
Big terrain pieces give you a good opportunity to try out different ways of using stuff, figure out what works best, and not worry too much if it doesn’t all look absolutely perfect. I certainly got better at using the patina technical paint working with it for an hour.
Finished! Can’t wait to get a game in with these on the table.
Hope you’re getting your game on this weekend, too!
Finished these today. Might add a touch of patina to the bronze, but otherwise I am happy to be done. Process was swift enough that I didn’t get bored with the project and I’m stoked by the results I got in two days (after the basecoat with the airbrush).
Every rivet & nut got highlighted, then the silver metals got pinwashed with a rusty brown.
Very slight retouch of the red base color on the outer edges of the rims, plus an orange highlight.
The crazy maker… but it does start looking cool!
Every decent sized bit of dark rust on the grey walls got a red-brown center, and every bit of surrounding paint got a highlight with the pale grey base color. It takes a while.