Marcus, Really Cool! Do you 'wash' your models when done or are you also one of the many now that use that Army Painter system and just 'dip' each when you finish?I think WSS would be great to build, but no darn body plays around here... and "if" they do play 28's, its generally nothing more than skirmish games like Saga.Im really eager to see what the forces of the 'other' nation are going to be like. Im assuing of course they are going to be of the same 'technological' level. One great thing about using black powder / musket era armies.. there is ALWAY's the chance they could 'run into' a less advanced, perhaps more OR less, savage culture. Someone did some Maori, (think I spelled that right) with Zulu conversions they really looked great.Eager to see more.. best of luck
Depends on the figure. For instance this infantryman is washed with ogyrn flesh on his face, hands, and hair, and has an Agrax earthshade wash on the brown pieces (the cuffs and lining of the coat, as well as the cravat.)
I also dip some models, as I have started doing with any additions to my undead army (excepting the stuff i use WGF skellies for, different aesthetic.) However I use polyurethane wood stain from Minwax instead of army painter (Does the same job IMO, for less money.
I have other conversions planned, including a pseudo roman force :P