Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Dreadball judwan - quickshade dipping method
I recently picked up a judwan team from ebay and played them for the first time last week. I managed pretty well until the last turn of the game where it will not die scored a 4 pointer with the last throw of the game, typical! I decided my ill luck was due to my team being bare plastic (or restic)as we all know unpainted models perform worse than fully painted ones.
A friend recently gifted me with a tub of army painted quickshade so I decided to try it out with the judwan. The models themselves are pretty poor and have horrendous mould lines (like all mantic figures I have encountered so far) so a top notch paint job was out of the question. I wanted to try a quick scheme that would require minimal effort but with tabletop quality results so the quickshade would be perfect.
Please forgive the quality of the photos, they were taken on my phone adhoc. I started with a basecoat of white and then gave the whole model a green wash then a glaze over the top.
Finally a spray over with testors dullcoat and some static grass on the bases and they were done