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Postby Rob Lane » Fri Aug 09, 2019 7:09 pm

Everyone,

At some point over the next few months I am getting the second edition Darklands / Savage Hordes books ready for publication.

One of the cool things I'd like to do is get hosts that are already out there and painted nicely by you lot into the book, featuring the person that painted / uses that host (which will be professionally photographed of course) and allowing them a few words as well.

I spoke briefly about this to a couple of people at Coffa Tree but I'd like to formally extend my invitation here.

Now, ideally I'd like one person/host for each kindred, so here's who I'd like to feature.

Here's an important point: IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT YOUR PAINTING SKILL IS! I want to feature real people with real armies who have painted them themselves. Having said that, if you express interest and it is two coats of grey and a crap drybrush, you're not going to make the cut. Bear that in mind!


Albainn -
Anglecynn -
Atalantes - James Polmear (maybe)
Brythoniaid - Jon Chester (confirmed)
Byzantii - Dayle Archer (confirmed)
Érainn - Scott Atkinson (confirmed)
Fomoraic - Hugh Badham (confirmed)
Infernii -
Jutes - Christian Hacon [aka Bish]
Khthones - Rob Lane (confirmed)
Norse - Tim Fisher (confirmed)
Vras - Paul Bannon (confirmed)
Ysians - Andy Parkinson (confirmed)
Sell-Swords -


If you're listed here, please take the time to confirm your interest or not.

If you're not listed here, and you have a host that fits the bill, and you're halfway through it or intend to be halfway through it, then please let me know if you're interested. Ideally you need to have painted armies before and finished them; if you think you can't make it, then don't say - let someone else fit the bill.

FIRST COME FIRST SERVED!

Host pointers:
1 - We do need to have a viable 1,500 gold host, no more no less, so if you've painted more you have a choice to make as to what to feature; if you haven't and want to be featured, get painting!
2 - Small conversions are allowed, but you can only use Darklands components to make that conversion
3 - Miniatures from other companies are definitely not allowed
4 - Each miniature needs to be based on Darklands bases and nothing else; ridiculous basing on inches-high rocks will ensure a rejection and possibly a slap for committing a Base Crime
5 - If you live overseas and fancy joining in, that's fine, but you'll have to come over here for the photography

Now, we can photograph your army and yourself no later than March 2020, so you've time to finish it if you wish; definitely no later than that. If it can be done earlier that's fine, but ideally I want the photographer to do it in early 2020 as there's no need until then.

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Icchan » Fri Aug 09, 2019 8:12 pm

NVM, I can't read. :(
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Postby demyse » Fri Aug 09, 2019 9:28 pm

Will work out points over the weekend but put me down for a tentative demi centric byzantii force


Unless I can make a legal force of vras....
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Postby Rob Lane » Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:27 am

demyse wrote:Will work out points over the weekend but put me down for a tentative demi centric byzantii force

Unless I can make a legal force of vras....


Cool, okay... maybe both!?!?

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Jonathon Chester » Sat Aug 10, 2019 11:47 am

Thank you very much for the invitation for the Brythoniaid Rob, I will gladly accept :)
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Postby Rob Lane » Sat Aug 10, 2019 12:05 pm

Nice one Jon.

Something I forgot to add:

I'll need a few words from you as to why you love Darklands, why you chose your kindred and why you chose your colour scheme, plus anything else you might want to throw in there!

Not now, when the time comes.

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Jonathon Chester » Sat Aug 10, 2019 12:23 pm

If Paul decides to go for Vras and you need a Byzantii force Rob I can provide that for you. Of course first refusal to people not already putting their hat in the ring
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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Brightblade » Sat Aug 10, 2019 4:48 pm

I'm happy to do Erainn or Fomoraic, or both, I already have them all painted and ready to be photographed, and you know me I'm not short on a few words...lol
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Postby Rob Lane » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:29 am

Tim's changed to Norse, so the Albainn are open...

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Postby Rob Lane » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:30 am

Brightblade wrote:I'm happy to do Erainn or Fomoraic, or both, I already have them all painted and ready to be photographed, and you know me I'm not short on a few words...lol


Let's go with your Érainn dude, as long as you put some infantry in there!

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Brightblade » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:38 am

Rob Lane wrote:
Brightblade wrote:I'm happy to do Erainn or Fomoraic, or both, I already have them all painted and ready to be photographed, and you know me I'm not short on a few words...lol


Let's go with your Érainn dude, as long as you put some infantry in there!

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Ive got 15 painted Sling throwers and 10 unpainted Tunagh Axemen..
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Postby Rob Lane » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:54 am

Brightblade wrote:Ive got 15 painted Sling throwers and 10 unpainted Tunagh Axemen..


Get some more Tuanagh mate, then you can have a proper unit...

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Jonathon Chester » Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:02 am

Rob Lane wrote:
Brightblade wrote:Ive got 15 painted Sling throwers and 10 unpainted Tunagh Axemen..


Get some more Tuanagh mate, then you can have a proper unit...

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Brightblade » Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:42 am

Jonathon Chester wrote:
Rob Lane wrote:
Brightblade wrote:Ive got 15 painted Sling throwers and 10 unpainted Tunagh Axemen..


Get some more Tuanagh mate, then you can have a proper unit...

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You'd better send me another 10 Tuanagh then so I can get them painted... ;)
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Postby Rob Lane » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:41 am

Brightblade wrote:You'd better send me another 10 Tuanagh then so I can get them painted... ;)


I will if you order and pay for them!

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Postby demyse » Thu Aug 15, 2019 12:01 pm

ok, put me down as a definite for Vras, that frees up a slot for Byzantii/swaps
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Postby Dayle12 » Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:41 pm

I can do byzantii then rob, thats if paul doesnt want to do it, as norse is already taken
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Postby Rob Lane » Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:06 pm

Will do mates

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Postby Ranaglan » Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:06 pm

Happy to put my hand up for the Albainn, although being in the colonies (Australia specifically) physically getting to other side of the world for a photo shoot may be problematic.
(Rob, i believe you may have discussed this with my fellow aussie, Scott, already.)
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Re: Painted Armies

Postby ministry_of_fear » Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:56 am

Milord, umm, well you see ever since they closed down the resin mines i haven't had much work and times have been tough.
So, i would be ever so grateful if i could paint some of them infernii up right nice for you.
I will work ever so hard and make sure they look good enough for your magic picture box.
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Postby Tim Fisher » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:14 am

HI guys,

for all of us that have signed up to this project, i have set up a Whatsapp group where we can keep in touch, share our WiP pics and generally give each other some inspiration and motivation.

I added you all up real good so have a gander.
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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Ranaglan » Fri Nov 08, 2019 11:12 am

Tim Fisher wrote:HI guys,

for all of us that have signed up to this project, i have set up a Whatsapp group where we can keep in touch, share our WiP pics and generally give each other some inspiration and motivation.

I added you all up real good so have a gander.


Great idea (although i dread to think how quickly my phone will fill with more hobby photos :P )

I will PM you sir as i have a question or two.
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Postby Rob Lane » Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:23 pm

Scott / Ranaglan - forgive me, I've not replied to your requests: I do not mind at all, but the photography of your armies will be an issue.

Basically, if you can't make it over here you need to find a photographer willing to take a photo of you behind a tabletop with your army on it. Preferably with a totally blank background so I can photoshop you into a pub with a cast iron radiator behind it ;o)

If you're happy with that, I'll be happy to add you in...

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Postby ministry_of_fear » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:19 pm

To quote Tim
Add me up real good.
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Postby Ranaglan » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:23 pm

The photography will be the easy part. Finishing off so many miniatures (to a level i'm happy with) is the bigger challenge.
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Postby Rob Lane » Mon Nov 11, 2019 11:27 am

What's your names again ministry / ranaglan? I have too much unimportant stuff in my brain to remember the name behind the nickname...!

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Postby ministry_of_fear » Mon Nov 11, 2019 8:11 pm

I usually respond to any four letter word that should be bleeped.
But it says on my parole papers that you can call me Scott.
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Postby Brightblade » Tue Nov 12, 2019 12:02 am

There's gonna have to be Ozzie Scott and English Scott then.. ;)
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Postby ministry_of_fear » Tue Nov 12, 2019 6:55 am

Ah i think i remember you from the great scott convention of '07.
If it helps you can address me by my native american name "only rolls 1's"
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Postby Ranaglan » Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:47 pm

Rob Lane wrote:What's your names again ministry / ranaglan? I have too much unimportant stuff in my brain to remember the name behind the nickname...


Acceptable reasoning.

I will answer to Derek or Dirk (only one of which is actually my legal name ;) ) not too fussed which.

(I'll also answer to Hey You, Pirate Guy, Viking Dude, Baldy, and Daaaaaaaad.)
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Postby Ranaglan » Thu Nov 21, 2019 12:22 am

Stick with Derek. It may end up less confusing in the long run.
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Postby demyse » Wed Dec 04, 2019 1:26 pm

any hints on when would be a good time for getting the photographs taken? just so I would know
A - a deadline
and
B - take time off work to travel down
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Postby Rob Lane » Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:01 am

You're looking at March 2020 for the photography mate.

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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Bishmeister » Thu Jan 09, 2020 8:33 am

Hi Rob, I've just stumbled across this thread.
Thank you for the invite.
I'll happily submit my Jutes but there's one snag, they're all on clear acrylic bases.
I doubt I'll have the time to rebase in time due to Salute commitments.
Also I have an Albainn army as a back up if required but also on clear bases.
Sorry to be a pain.
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Postby Rob Lane » Fri Jan 31, 2020 2:02 pm

Bishmeister wrote:Hi Rob, I've just stumbled across this thread.
Thank you for the invite.
I'll happily submit my Jutes but there's one snag, they're all on clear acrylic bases.
I doubt I'll have the time to rebase in time due to Salute commitments.
Also I have an Albainn army as a back up if required but also on clear bases.
Sorry to be a pain.


Not a problem mate, it's how you paint them that matters.

They'll be fine!

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Postby Bishmeister » Fri Jan 31, 2020 9:05 pm

Mega. Cheers.
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photography requirements.

Postby Ranaglan » Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:27 am

Ok, so as per Rob's whatsapp instruction, what follows below is my list of questions related to the photography.
Most of the queries are predominantly for myself and Scott (Ministry_of_fear) because physically being on the same landmass as the rest of you is likely to be hurdle.

Let me preface by saying i managed to run a small photography business in mediocre fashion (it was essentially a hobby that paid for itself & little more) so some of these may seem a little pedantic or technical.

In what i hope is some sort of semi-organized order, the questions:

What is your latest date you need to receive photos/files by?
(I'd like to have them to you at least one, preferably two, weeks prior to allow time for re-shoots if need be.)

What lighting conditions? Sunlight, fluorescent lighting, cool white, warm white, etc.
(I know you've said white background for photoshopping purposes, but actual lighting can affect how well that'll work.)

What format do you, your publisher, and your photographer need the photos in?
(I would suggest JPG or PNG for the publisher and RAW for the photographer. Depends on who's handling final image processing/manipulation really.)

Do you have a specific list of shots you have in mind?
(wide shot of full muster, close shot of characters, close-ish shot of units, top down, battlescape/scene, etc.)

Any particular layouts of minis? (General's front and centre, big guys at the back or fore?)

Any terrain or props?
(something thematic like standing stones, hills, trees, etc? Paints & brushes, a hobby space setup? Hills/platforms for rear ranks of large units?)

Any clothing suggestions or requirements for ourselves?
(My understanding is that you're considering have the painters/hobbyist in some shots despite how unphotogenic I am.)

Any written information?
(Muster list & costs? Backstory for said muster? Bio/backstory for the painters?)

Any other additional things we should know, or that you may require that i haven't thought of?

There's a reasonable chance i'll think of more questions yet. Or at least ask for further clarifications. Some of it is just for my peace-of-mind, but plenty of it will be needed for our photographer too.
As you've said March is your date i'm assuming the 1st thereof to be safe, and trying to ensure it goes smoothly for you from our end (i've been a project manager before too).

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Re: photography requirements.

Postby Rob Lane » Mon Feb 03, 2020 11:53 am

Ranaglan wrote:Ok, so as per Rob's whatsapp instruction, what follows below is my list of questions related to the photography.
Most of the queries are predominantly for myself and Scott (Ministry_of_fear) because physically being on the same landmass as the rest of you is likely to be hurdle.

Let me preface by saying i managed to run a small photography business in mediocre fashion (it was essentially a hobby that paid for itself & little more) so some of these may seem a little pedantic or technical.

In what i hope is some sort of semi-organized order, the questions:

What is your latest date you need to receive photos/files by?
(I'd like to have them to you at least one, preferably two, weeks prior to allow time for re-shoots if need be.)


To be honest, I'm not sure right now, because I doubt the rules will be ready for Salute now. There's just too much not right and I've too much work to do before Salute. I would say, for now, mid-August.

Ranaglan wrote:What lighting conditions? Sunlight, fluorescent lighting, cool white, warm white, etc.
(I know you've said white background for photoshopping purposes, but actual lighting can affect how well that'll work.)


Cool white. Hate yellow white!

Ranaglan wrote:What format do you, your publisher, and your photographer need the photos in?
(I would suggest JPG or PNG for the publisher and RAW for the photographer. Depends on who's handling final image processing/manipulation really.)


TIF. Never JPG, you lose too much.

Ranaglan wrote:Do you have a specific list of shots you have in mind?
(wide shot of full muster, close shot of characters, close-ish shot of units, top down, battlescape/scene, etc.)


This:
Image

Ranaglan wrote:Any particular layouts of minis? (General's front and centre, big guys at the back or fore?)


However you set it up as an army, really... it's your army!

Ranaglan wrote:Any terrain or props?
(something thematic like standing stones, hills, trees, etc? Paints & brushes, a hobby space setup? Hills/platforms for rear ranks of large units?)


See the Bryan Ansell image above...

Ranaglan wrote:Any clothing suggestions or requirements for ourselves?
(My understanding is that you're considering have the painters/hobbyist in some shots despite how unphotogenic I am.)


Whatever you fancy... but not naked.

Ranaglan wrote:Any written information?
(Muster list & costs? Backstory for said muster? Bio/backstory for the painters?)


Not worried about muster list and costs, but a backstory is cool and a bio is too!

Ranaglan wrote:Any other additional things we should know, or that you may require that i haven't thought of?


Not right now...

Ranaglan wrote:There's a reasonable chance i'll think of more questions yet. Or at least ask for further clarifications. Some of it is just for my peace-of-mind, but plenty of it will be needed for our photographer too.
As you've said March is your date i'm assuming the 1st thereof to be safe, and trying to ensure it goes smoothly for you from our end (i've been a project manager before too).

Cheers.


I'll be honest, you're probably a little more on the ball than I am - I was planning to do an update soon to tell everybody where I am at, but I am utterly snowed under right now and there's no chance I'll get the rules done for Salute. It's just impossible with all the other things I have to do...

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Postby demyse » Mon Feb 03, 2020 12:51 pm

So a slight delay to the pics by a few months aint a biggie, guess I can now use up the last of my annual leave (was holding onto 2 days)
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Re: photography requirements.

Postby Ranaglan » Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:12 pm

Thanks for the prompt reply.

Rob Lane wrote:I'll be honest, you're probably a little more on the ball than I am - I was planning to do an update soon to tell everybody where I am at, but I am utterly snowed under right now and there's no chance I'll get the rules done for Salute. It's just impossible with all the other things I have to do...


Shame to hear that not all is going to plan (although it does give me some more time to polish my painting and get the last few pieces to a better standard).
I can be more on the ball, because there's a pretty good chance i have less to focus on (in fact, this painting project has been my only hobby for the last 6 months).

Rob Lane wrote:This:
Image


I no longer have hair capable of sustaining that amount of awesomness, but something similar to this classic pic shouldn't be too difficult. :D

Rob Lane wrote:
Ranaglan wrote:Any clothing suggestions or requirements for ourselves?
(My understanding is that you're considering have the painters/hobbyist in some shots despite how unphotogenic I am.)


Whatever you fancy... but not naked.


Right, obnoxious Hawaiian shirt it shall be. ;)



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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Bishmeister » Mon Feb 03, 2020 2:32 pm

I need to grow my hair and buy a muscle shirt.
Other than that I'm good to go.
The delay is good for me as it means we could maybe get some pics of the extra long Salute table in there.
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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Ranaglan » Tue Feb 04, 2020 3:45 am

In the meantime, feel free to release some more Albainn in the coming months (Amune Boa, hint hint) and i'll happily rework my list to include them.
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Re: Painted Armies

Postby Tim Fisher » Wed Feb 05, 2020 1:17 pm

Whatever you fancy... but not naked.


I'm oot.

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