come tutte le migliori cose, anche le ferie sono purtroppo finite.. In preda ad un raptus modellistico, dopo aver ultimato la mia squadra di bloodbowl, ho cercato di ultimare una parte delle Guardie imperiali in lavorazione prima che gli impegni lavorativi mi costringessero ad una nuova "pausa creativa".
all the best things comes to an end and my holidays are unfortunately finished.... In a modelling raptus, after having completed my Bloodbowl team, I've tried to complete some of the WIP Imperial guards that were on my desk before my work forced me in an "artistic pause".
|A wounded Veteran demo trooper|
|1St Platoon Junior Officer|
First of all I've undercoated the models I've previously assembled. I then tried to paint them in a fairly "relaxed" way... Problem is that, if I want a detailled paintjob, I'll never be able to paint an entire Imperial Guard army, I must then find the right compromise between quality and speed...
|2 Sergeants, an Officer and a flamer guy.|
|Detail of the freehanded laurel on the rank insigna of the Officer|
|Vet Sgt and trooper, still need to paint the lasgun|
It took 2 days to paint 4 troopers... Way too much, I need to speed up! I think I will not glue the various equipments on the models before to paint the next ones, the touch up and the corrections needed are too much time consuming...
|An overview of my painted guardsmen... I must admit, I like them!|
That's all for now, as usual your comments/advices are really apreciated.. :)