Thanks D I didn’t think it would grow in the beginning, but I’m glad it did. Thanks to your comment earlier I decided to link them so to make it easier to find what you are looking for. But those LOTR miniatures look amazing; absolutely love the shading on them you are like a new age Michael Angelo.
@ Dogmar: Those Spirit Hosts look AWESOME! Makes me want to see the LotR movie once again. I don't have Spirit Hosts yet but I've thought of buying those LotR ghosts when I'm not too busy. Top notch work.
@ Merenwen: Those scratch-built Hosts look great, and the cotton wool works well with them IMO. Goog job.
Merenwen: Thank you! Still like yours better than mine though
Valdiroth: Hehe, thanks man, army shot when I'm finished.. Only 60 ghouls and 20 grave guards and 5 blood knights to go Although, that's just what's remaining in terms of unpainted miniatures, I have an army fully painted, but that was my 7th ed army. Now working on completing all my VC miniatures since I tend to use many different lists now to find out what works and what don't.
count kill a lot: Actually its shadow grey drybrushed with space wolves and skull white, simple but effective. Thanks!
good idea to keep the eyes darker,Skarsnik, did you go for a white undercoat with several black washes before doing the green or did you do it like Seth described and then added a black wash in the recesses before doing the green?
Thanks! I painted these like Seth, so I started from black and highlighted it into white. The heads and the shoulders of the Spirits were painted with pure white, but I left the eyes, mouths and the rims of the chainmals black.
Hi woody I’m not familiar with seths painting log but I do know the invocation 6 has a guide that you can use, here is a link. https://www.vampirecounts.net/mydownloads.php?action=browse_cat&cid=1 Hope it helps.