11 September 2011 07:00
Greetings to all who bow before Hashut!
Okay, this is my first post on CDO, although I have been scrutinizing its contents for about a week, and have become inspired by all of the fantastic work here. So, I couldn’t hold back and immediately started hacking up an old (badly) painted BFSP dwarf. http://i1130.photobucket.com/albums/m528/Pagarus/th_018.jpg?t=1315769058 http://s1130.photobucket.com/albums/m528/Pagarus/?action=view¤t=016.jpg I found the scale mail pretty easy,although I did use the easy square plate technique, however the hair didn’t turn out so well, I think because I flattened the tubes to much in detailing them. So I have a question, which is better, this method, or the other one I’ve seen, for example on GRNDL’s models, which looks more advanced?
2017 Image Salvage
11 September 2011 07:05
Sorry, I don’t seem to be able to post my pictures, can someone help me? I am a frequent user of Dakka, where I would add the photo as an attachment at the bottom, and I am doing the same here, but it is not working.
11 September 2011 07:18
Welcome to the site! Looking forward to seeing your first chaos dwarf! Try uploading your photos to photobucket then pasting it onto your post. I’m sure there’s a guide on here somewhere how to do it. Good luck!
11 September 2011 07:23
Thanks, I’ve just made a photobucket account, and they’re uploading now.
And after all that, I didn’t show a pic of the reverse.
11 September 2011 07:32
welcome. but you only took a week to go through the site, it took me months to do that and get game enough to join in.
11 September 2011 11:06
Here you go Pagarus
To do this look at the “share this photo” box next to your picture. Click on the IMG code in the list and the text will disappear and be replaced with the word copied.
the code you copy should look like the above code. Just past it where you want it (ctrl v).
Good luck with your CD’s
12 September 2011 05:33
Thanks that really helps!
Okay, I have one urgent question, is the helmet too small? One thing I’ve noticed is that de-helmeted CD heads tend to be wide.
What is that head from? Its pretty cool. Reminds me of the singer from Ghost.
12 September 2011 05:42
It is a redemptionist head, from Necromunda, this is one designed for the gang leader/priest, but the heads on redemptionists seem less heroic scale than other minis…