Samstag, 17. Januar 2015


Hello Friends

First of all a very warm welcome to the "New Jay's Wargame Painting Blog" and a happy 2015 :) As you can see a few things have changed but for that check the Newsflash Post comming soon.

So here we are with the first finished Project of the Year. Just 4 Charakters left that will be finished in 2 days and get an extra post in few days.

So this is the first Necron Army i have painted and i loved it. The former Plan for that army was a black blue colorsheme with lightning effekts but this changed during the work in progress. Why it changed is easy. Wehad some older miniatures that have been "painted" with Revell Oil colors and that very thick. So it was impossible to strip them from that paint as it were plastic miniatures. Another plan for the painting took part and i decided together with my customer, that we do a very used and rusty rotten look for these guys and then for the whole army.

All was primered softly black with the Airbrush and after drying it got a second primer with MIG Rust Primer. After drying some different rust colors were added particulary with the airbrush. Over that all became a layer of Scratching medium from MIG AMMO.
The next step was a dark metallic blue completely over all miniatures followed by a soft OSL highlight with a bluemetallic from SCALE 75.
The all was scratched with different harder brushes to get scratches and completely rusted areas. The all was sealed with satin varnish.
Several washes from MIG AMMO were used and all models were washed with light rust wash, track rust wash and a bit black wash to darken the whole thing, the griming with different MIG AMMO, followed by another seal with satin varnish. A few Rust pigments were added followed again by a sealing.

Detailwork with different Gold and other metal colors were added.

Finally the Glowing Effects were made with Blue Pigments from FORGED MONKEY followed by White Pigments from PK-PRO both done only with Airbrush.

Last Step was the basing with Wallstones and Rubble from JUWEELA and other Basing Sands. Stones and Gravel were panted with MIG AMMO products, rest was drybrushed. The final step was the Snow. A very tricky thing as i wanted the snow not UPSIDE the stones but BETWEEN for the effect of lighly blowen snow. For that you will see atutorial soon her on JWP :)

So here are a few pics, sadly not in the quality i wanted as my camera is going to die :/ but i hope you like them.