I loved the look of the comverted Wraiths into scorpion type models, I had to dive on the bandwagon as anything is better than ring-tailed lemur necrons!!
After the detahmarks were complete I need a character to join them, so another dive in the bits box to give me this happy chappy
Nice quick job on my first unit to tick off 🙂
Always wanting to do some conversions and my word has the nighthaunt range really really allowed that.
So left over bits of immortals gives me some deathmarks 🙂
This is the first batch of my salty (masking) necron warriors.
What I have learnt is that i need to be more liberal with the salt going forward. Especially on infantry sized stuff, but it certainly gives them an interesting look
So having decided to give salt masking a go with my Necrons, it was suggested that perhaps doing it on infantry would not get me the best results.
Forever the optimist I decided to give it a go anyway, with no real plan other than using the internet suggested hairspray and different grades of salt (my case rock salt and finely ground).
Then deciding I wanted to try Red Necrons picked up some of the Halfords (UK car parts retailer) Red primer which I like the look off.
It was certainly interesting scrubbing models with a toothbrush after painting them! So my WIP Wednesday is at this point (no other work done on them yet).
As you can see the metal showing through is very haphazard which I like, however I think with the next round of this I need to be a bit more heavy with the salt, just to get the metal coming through more!
Next stage is add some depth to the red and make the guns black. Question is what about all the glowy bits! What colour should I go for?