Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

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Jonathon Chester
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Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Jonathon Chester » Mon Feb 29, 2016 1:56 pm

Hi guys thought I'd finally get backside in gear and put up my models on the forum. Hope you enjoy:

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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby zedmeister » Mon Feb 29, 2016 3:00 pm

Most impressive host. Love the Rhyfelwr all lined up. Nice work on the purple Parawn too.

Right, excuse me while I get my finger out and continue painting!
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Jonathon Chester » Mon Feb 29, 2016 3:27 pm

Cheers Zed. Yeah many of the models need the odd little tidy up but I tend to feast of famine when it comes to painting an got those twenty rhyfwelr done in five days so shows what I can do when by backside is in the appropriate gear!
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby JLLongshore » Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:27 pm

exceptional metal effects..
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby CountCrushmore » Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:09 pm

Very nice Host - the big amount of Infantry looks impressive, all lined up and ready for battle. I like the variation you´ve done at the different Dragons, very nice. And as JL already said, your Metalics are awesome!

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I don´t know how it happened but I totaly forgot to mention your freehands - stunning work, especially on the shields, very well done!
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Jonathon Chester » Sun Mar 06, 2016 6:42 pm

CountCrushmore wrote:Very nice Host - the big amount of Infantry looks impressive, all lined up and ready for battle. I like the variation you´ve done at the different Dragons, very nice. And as JL already said, your Metalics are awesome!

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I don´t know how it happened but I totaly forgot to mention your freehands - stunning work, especially on the shields, very well done!


I wish I could claim the freehand on the shields but it's molded on :P you're not the first person to think it was. Thanks though the Dyndraig banner was my first attempt at it an one of the crawdraig.

JLLongshore wrote:exceptional metal effects..


The metallics are a simple leadbelcher base with a nuln oil wash and then reapply leadbelcher and iron breaker on raised areas to bring them up to a shine
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby CountCrushmore » Sun Mar 06, 2016 7:06 pm

Realy? Wow, wouldn´t have thought that. The metalic shield bosses, yes - but the red ones don´t look like raised areas to me, but nonetheless - great work! The banner is great, especially for the first atempt, I just mentioned the shields because the small size and consistent quality caught my eye and i was awestruck.

Your Metal Recipe sounds simple, but the results speak for themselves, thank you for sharing your workflow!
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Jonathon Chester » Sun Mar 06, 2016 7:19 pm

Yeah it is only noticeable when you look close or at certain angles that they are raised designs. Yeah I know my painting limits so stick to simpler techniques and it to me works the best as I would hate trying to go over complicated lol.
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Jonathon Chester » Wed Mar 23, 2016 7:57 pm

Did some more hobby progress yesterday so here is my prifdynwocor:

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Still in early stages but got high hopes for it.
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Stu » Thu Mar 24, 2016 12:11 am

This is a really, really impressive host.
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Re: Jonathon's Host of Gwynedd

Postby Jonathon Chester » Thu Mar 24, 2016 7:58 am

Thanks Ste there's plenty more on the way from kickstarter and with planned conversions/purchases I'll be expanding it further. Though priorities are the prifdynwocor and the wocor I've started
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