I couldn't resist it. I had to buy a Ghost Ark as well. Its such an excellent model that my life felt empty and joyless without it. It was satisfyingly complex to build and paint too. I dutifully followed the instructions right up to the part where it said "we recommend painting this assembly before the next stage". Screw that. I just glued the bugger together and blu-tacced the warrior carcasses in place. I wanted to play
with it, dude. Its a toy, dammit!
Of course, I've broken the flight stand already and the bloody thing wobbles about all over the place. I'm thinking of nailing it on. I have also discovered that Vallejo Model Air metallic Steel is the most awesomest paint. This was entirely by accident since I ran out of Army Painter primer and was frantically casting around for something to replace it with. It actually works with an airbrush medium and doesn't clog the nozzle. Yes, I know its meant
to work with an airbrush but I was too dense to try it out.
|They see me skimmin'. They hatin'|
Thats it now. No more Necrons. I will resist the urge to buy anything
until Tyranids come out in January and I have a nerdgasm all over the keyboard. I had a minor tantrum when all the rumours about a December release turned out to be unfounded and I still can't find my dummy. Have your 'Hobbit' release, Emperor damn you! I refuse to buy homoerotic elves!
|I can't wait for it to get blasted off the table in Turn 1!|
OK, that's settled; I'm straight-up ganking this color scheme for my upcoming Necron army.ReplyDelete
Go for it. I'm still not sure about yellow tbh, so do a couple of tester models first!Delete