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Sunday, 15 January 2012

My Shiny New Resin Bases...

So I've been waiting awhile but I finally picked up some resin bases for my Imperial Fist army to really finish off what I have painted.

The ones I picked up are reasonably cheap I think for resin bases and are great quality in my opinion.

Check 'em out





This is just what I had out at the time the rest are in the wash.

What I ended up buying was 30 25mm bases, 5 40mm and 3 60mm bases. This all came to around £20 which I think is really good for what I got.

Link to ebay store I purchased them from

If you want specific links just ask.

My only real problem now is how do I paint them? Generally I think I'm going for the grey mixes for the  rubble/ground and dirt/rusty metals but I want to try and spice it up a little. Any suggestions? Also if you have any tutorials for rusty/dirty metal please point them out.

One last thing I have added a chatbox to the sidebar so get chattin! Maybe give me some tips for my bases on there?

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Warflake Out

5 comments:

  1. Wow, that is a good price for that many bases. Congrats!

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  2. Nice bases, they should finish the army off nicely, you could paint them like I did my city ruins...base with a random pattern of black and two different browns, give them a random wash (I used different washes for different building) of a brown/orange/green colour. Then drybrush them boltgun metal and drybrush methril silver. Finally go over some areas with a drybrush of black and scorch brown. You can check out some of my buildings here if your interested:

    http://idicbeer.blogspot.com/2010/12/using-unused-units.html

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  3. That looks fantastic bud I'll give it a go thanks.

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  4. love your Blog its Great!

    Im following you now!

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  5. Christopher Hollowell18 January 2012 at 22:16

    Those bases look good and I just added your widget to my blog.
    http://sippinonpaintwater.blogspot.com/

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