Horray! My first 500 Points of Dark Age Outcasts are painted and sealed. Took me way longer than I've intended.
For the bases I used the style of most of my post-apocalyptic stuff. But this time I tried the weathering liquids from Model Mates. Pretty fast a nice effect. I'll make some experiments with them for now I just pulled it all over the bases without any clue what I'm doing. But turned out well for gaming miniatures.
|Mud and Sand|
I just love the miniatures and it is fun to paint them. Some parts are a little fragile but it's okay. It took me so long to paint them that I don't know if I will ever play with them. But minis want to play so it's better to give them their time of joy with all the terrain and dice stuff.
|The group shot sucks as allways. Some people are blurry every time. But hey, I have more pictures.|
|I guess the Brutes are one of main reasons why I like the Outcasts in Dark Age. Brutes and the fact that they are outcasts.|
|The Fixer is a little too clean but I like how he turned out and giant wrenches look badass.|
|Saint Floyd the Junklord. He's a giant.|
|Because of the black colour sheme, the Wasteland Warriors were relatively fast to paint. The conversions make them look less like the followers of Saint Luke.|