INFINITY HVT High Value Target…

In Infinity, you are required to have a HVT. It brings another element of scoring in the game which helps a lot since some scenarios are designed poorly or had minimal outside play testing. I wasn’t feeling the “Official Infinity Civilians” so I decided to go through some Reaper Chronoscope miniature bins at my LGS (Local Gaming Store) and pick something more appropriate. And so…Doctor Dave was born.

infinity_hvt_high_value_targetDoctor..

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

Warmachine Cryx Machine Wraith & Pistol Wraith…

These were a welcome break since they were different from what I usually painted. I also got to try out some new techniques such as glazing. I have been having a lot of fun with them in the Mercenaries Cephalyx Puppet Master contract!

cryx_machine_wraith cryx_pistol_wraith_01 cryx_pistol_wraith_02and then there was three…

  1. White P3 Primer
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Faux Zenithal Drybrushing – I drybrush at a downward angle pretending the light source is coming from above the models
  4. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature with a big flat brush
  5. I then used a purple glaze all over the miniature
  6. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Forest Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  7. Rust-Oleum Clear Gloss then Testor’s Dullcote

Privateer Press Lock & Load 2015 photo dump…

Relive the experience OR live vicariously through these pics!

Hordes Minions Gatormen Jaga-Jaga Warlock…

Hello all! It’s been some time since I’ve done any work on my Gatormen, but alas I was fully painted with no new models I wanted until I saw Jaga-Jaga. She is definitely one of my favorite models from the Gatormen side of Minions. Unfortunately since we also got the amazing Sacral Vault Battle Engine she isn’t needed as much anymore. Regardless she was a pleasure to paint and I might even go back and use my recently bough UHU glue to do some blood strands from the undead snakes open wounds. Fun fact, I was looking for cool snake patterns and the striped one on her chest is actually not poisonous at all and is based off a Scarlet King snake. The other snakes are based off of Florida swamp snake. Next up on menu for my Gatormen are the new plastic posses and Sacral Vault!

minions_jaga_jagaI think she likes snakes. Maybe.

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors & Vallejo Model Air Metallics
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Minimal highlights (eyes only)
  5. Bases consist of mixed grit sizes, Army Painter Swamp Tufts & Flame/Red Mix Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Terracotta Soldier…

Big bad Terracotta heavy infantry. What is there to be said? They are pretty legit for their points value and I am considering running them at max allowed. I spent some time feathering and blending the model with the light source being directly overhead. I’m still playing around with different techniques on all the models though. Why not right!?

yu_jing_zuyong_terra-cotta_hmgBig guns equal more fun?

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

WARMACHINE Mercenaries Gorman Di Sea Wulfe…

This is a special version of Gorman Di Wulfe that was given exclusively to Press Gangers. I forget this and sometimes get called out during a game with a “Who the hell is that?!” or “So uhhh where’s Gorman?”. He was fairly simple to paint with my usual method, but I really should’ve spent more time on him since he’s a special piece. But I just wanted to keep playing fully painted! PLAY IT PAINTED KIDS!

mercenaries_gorma_di_seawulfe

His song when he’s placed on the battlefield…in slow motion of course.

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors & Vallejo Model Air Metallics
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Minimal highlights (grenades & rivets)
  5. Bases are comprised of Woodland Scenic flock & Basecrafts Autumn Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Domaru Butai with Chain Rifle…

This was my first Infinity miniature I ever owned. I didn’t end up keeping the sword on him for practical reasons during gaming and for traveling. I used him to decide a basic color scheme and where my points of separation should be to break up the monotony of the main color. If you’ve seen any of my stuff before or follow me, you can see how I basically copied my Warmachine Khador scheme but threw in more greys now. Also I’m trying to keep the dirtywashing minimal for Infinity.

yu_jing_domaru_butai_chain_rifleMy first Infinity miniature…

  1. Touch Tone Automotive Flat Grey Primer
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors & Vallejo Model Air Metallics
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine