I went for a bright colour scheme as I was a little sick of painting earthy browns, greens and human flesh so I tried to keep it bright and simple but still give the suits of armour a lived in worn feel without compromising on the brightness.
Here's some detail shots (as always click for larger)
This week I've also finished off an old Space Hulk genestealer as a test run for a possible colour scheme for the others that I've nabbed off ebay. To be honest though I'm not sure if I'll be able to recreate the finish as I just kept slapping on washes and glazes until it looked right.
Topping up on futuristic mini's has meant that I've broken my self imposed ebay ban and started adding a few more mini's to my sci-fi pile that'll post about separately later in the week.
Also this week Aggro84 on the lead Adventure forums posted up a series of amazing pics taken from the Tears of Isstvan blog http://isstvan.blogspot.fi/2012/10/yggdrassiliumme-pilgrimage-part-1.html
that are seriously making me want to put together a John Blanche inspired 28mm Inquisition warband, and and some filthy rusting terrain something with slime, skulls and pipes all over the place.
Some other amazing inquisition/Necromunda (I-munda to those in the know) stuff I've been eye-drooling over are the amazing mini's over on the Spiky Rat Pack Blog: http://spikyratpack.blogspot.com.au/ honestly if you're not already familiar with these sites go and check them out as some of the things these guys are coming up with are amazing.
Must. resist. starting. a new project.... too late I've just bought some 28mm scale mesh. Bugger