It seems an age since I set up a playing surface in the shed and, while I was out there doing just that for an hour or two last week, I decided that I should really try to finish a small job that had been bugging me for a a little while now.
My last GREEN miniature has a glass sided tank on his back. I have seen some very nicely painted tanks, throughout the Internet, and all glazed with gloss varnish to give that glass like finish.
Mine is not the most realistic of fluid filled efforts but a gloss coat over the top can’t make it worse… Can it…
Not to bad…
Catches the light nicely and distracts the eye away from some of the terrible painting on the remainder of the model. So, please remember… Just keep looking at the shiny bit…
2 thoughts on “Warhammer 40,000 – Finishing Touches”
Looks fine to me! It’s a nice mini! And is that an old AT-43 cargo container he’s standing on? Takes me back!
AT-43 it is. I have a large UNA force that has not seen the light of day for far too long. Oh, and don’t ask about the hordes of cheap Karmans that I bought up as Rackham folded and have never used.