The smell of drying paint is a fine substitute to the reek of vehicle fumes, I can tell you. Well, I have managed to get working on my prototype Dark Future mean machine today. Really, I should be using an airbrush for that 'just out of the spray booth' car look but its somewhere lost in the garage, and to be honest, the WIFE would go ballistic if I started spraying around the kids.
Old fashioned paint it is then...
Before continuing onwards I would like to talk about an email I received from the mysterious, Twisted Moon.
wotcha, just spotted your new dark future blog. it looks good, and dark future is a great game. however, you might like to check out the vehicle design rules before doing too much modelling, especially if you are gluing weapons in place. laters, the dark knight of the twisted moon
|Do you like the grime? Plenty of dust and road filth over this baby. Next step will be drybrushing up the details and the freehand painting.|
Additionally, big, big thanks to Kevin Green who has gone a found the link to the old Specialist Games Rule kit that GW put out some years ago. I've linked to it permanently at the top of the page but for those of you who want a copy NOW NOW NOW, here's a direct link!
Dark Future Rules
Now, where's that white undercoat?