Touching up highlights by hand. There’s upsides and downsides to scratchbuilding your own body, mainly that you know what you were going for when laying out things. In my case, since the details weren’t as evenly laid out, my normal drybrushing technique isn’t quite catching everything I wanted so I have to take my time with painting to get things to pop.
I’ve been a busy bird. I have to green stuff a couple areas since it either chunked off or my initial sculpting wasn’t detailed enough. Particularly, it’s tough to get the arms right the first run though since I had to fill in the gap when I went to attach it. Clay is fun to use but because I wasn’t working on just a bust or a simple form, I kept finding myself accidentally touching and messing up details. I’ll be slowly working on it before and after work during the upcoming week but probably won’t get to priming until I’m 85% satisfied (because who ever gets to 100% satisfaction?) #sculpting#supersculpey#warhammer40k#greatuncleanone#nurgle
Played a chapter approved mission tonight. It was super mean since I plopped nurglings straight on the point but I’ll take it. Rotigus got wiped off the board from deep striking scions and I wasn’t able to get an epidemius tally going. In retrospect that helped me snowball the ascension points but it still stings.
Sculpting a beach bod. First of two more Great Unclean Ones. It’s fun working with clay! It’s especially not too bad when you don’t have to sculpt fingers though I’d love a crack and sculpting up a face. In the first picture is a drawing I did at work planning out the body.