Latest update. It’s been a month since I posted, but I’ve been keeping at it. One thing I have decided to do differently is base the models as I go instead of basing large batches after the fact. I’ve gone back and based every model that I’ve posted to date and going forward the pics will show completed and based models (I might add some base flavor like foliage later). I also decided that rather than wait on being finished to work on heroes I will be adding a batch of them into each batch so they’re getting completed along the way. So here’s the next group:
9x Wasteland Scavengers
6x Ghost Warriors
3x Swamp Slugs
7x Heroes: Cowboy (both), Priest (& Nun), Frontier Doc (female), Saloon Girl (Piano Player & alt)
1x Dark Altar
Latest batch completed. I wasn’t able to spend as much time at the painting table, so my output dropped a bit. But pretty happy with this group. The Gateways are something we use every game to indicate unexplored exits, so having them painted will be a nice treat. The Belly of the Beast Gateways were an interesting experiment for me. I don’t work with pinks much, so I learned a few things. Going to seal these in gloss so they can keep that ‘moist’ look going. I also tried some blood effects on the Flesh Drones. Figured they get messy working with the raw materials the Stalker uses…mixed results but they’re fine at a distance. Likewise the freehand flowers on the Harionago were a newish challenge and mixed results. I’ll probably go back and clean them up after I’m done with everything else. She looks nice at 3′ though, the purple tint to the skin is very subtle.
- 4 Mine Gateways
- 4 Arcane Gateways
- 4 Fortress Gateways
- 4 Belly Gateways
- Flesh Stalker
- 6 Flesh Drones
- 3 Spectral Hosts
This batch took longer, but happy with the results. Keeping the momentum up.
(edit, woops. I forgot the Shadow Wraiths I’d finished. Should be Next 41!! added their pic at the top)
- 3 Shadow Wraiths
- 12 Crimson Hand
- 6 Necronauts
- 6 Succubi
- 3 Void Hounds
- 6 Werewolves (should probably highlight more)
- 3 Turrets – Also, these and the Necronauts were the last models from the Derelict Ship box. All finished (until I get the resin hatches upgrade…anyway)
- 1 Living Statue (another I might revisit with more work later)
- 1 Sand Kraken
Created Wasteland randomizers for the Showdown at Synthtown and Caught in the Crossfire campaigns. There is a separate randomizer for the Stream scenarios located in the Caught in the Crossfire booklet. As always if you find any errors, please let me know.
Fallout Wasteland Warfare Resources
Last night’s progress wasn’t that exciting visually. I cleaned up overslop with the metallics then washed all the Balthasar Gold with Agrax Earthshade to give it a darker tone. Then I took a batch of ten and drybrushed them with Runefang Steel. After that I started up the rest of the areas, like the flesh tones and bone (so far). Not sure I’ll have all 35 finished by this weekend, but I’m chugging along.
Since the new book is coming I thought I’d use that as an excuse/prod/whatever to maybe get my Ironjaws and Bonesplitters finished…finally. Wanted to blow through the ‘ard Boys since although I love me the Black Orcs, painting them is kind of a monotonous drudge. Here’s where I am as of Sunday night, about 30 of them in progress. Next up, cleaning up the steel where I’ve slopped the gold onto it.
They’re supposed to be rusty/corroded looking, and I think I’m getting there. They match the work I’ve completed on some of my Brutes and Gore Gruntas (pix later) as well as my Underworlds ‘ard Boys.
Loving on the FWW game, and although I looove the amount of options and cards the game comes with there’s some heavy bookkeeping when it comes to some of the game modes and options available to the players. Usually it involves drawing types of cards but also needing to be able to find specific cards for models. Long story short, I found a randomizer website and built randomizers for the Settlement Mode buildings players can use as well as a Wasteland Decks randomizer. I’ve added them to a new page here, Fallout Wasteland Warfare. Check it out!