I've been at the contrast paints again.
This time, I'm trying them out with some German grenadiers. I have a lot of these lying around the garage so figuring out a quick way to get through them would be very nice indeed.
Here you go - five grenadiers...
I painted these using the colour scheme from this post on Wargaming 3D. It was good to have a guide to work from, but these don't really match the uniform colour of the (few) grenadiers I've already painted. I know that there were dozens of possible shades of field grey, so I've no problem in keeping these and mixing them into my force, but I'd like something on the greener side to match what I have already. So I'm going to have another go with a different shade next time - I have a colour in mind so I'll try that out, and of course will thrill you with the results here.
I also found time to get started on the models from Terminator Genisys: Rise of the Resistance. Here's the first set...
I had a bit of a dilemma around how to base them - a lot of the scenarios from the game seem to be indoors, but I also have my Terminator Genisys Miniatures Game stuff to match with, so in the end I went for the tarmac effect I've used for those.
It's this kind of fascinating insight that keeps people coming back here, I'm sure.
Any, score time. I've been given some 3D printed barbed wire thingies this week so the acquired total has gone up, which leaves me...
... with a lead pile the same size as it was at the start of the year. Hurray!