With the Storm Wardens project drawing to a close (Sunday July 18th at 7pm PST, which means you can donate up until 10pm on Sunday here on FTW), I figured I would go through all my pics and post some that I left out before.
I've got enough to fill up a CD, but I thought I might show you guys a couple that just never made it to the blog.
These were the shields I was going to go with until I saw what the other guys were doing AND... the lightning bolt is backwards. Go figure, it can never be "easy" when you want to do it right.
One of the boys without the blue paint on him. They look silly like this and it was hard to imagine how they would look in the end when I was painting the test model.
A close up of the Sergeant. My favorite of the squad. I love the way his face came out with the shaved down mowhawk, facial stubble and face paint. I was really worried about adding the face paint since the face was completely done when I went to paint it on. One mistake and I would have had to paint his entire face all over.
I meant to catalog how I painted the bases and got started, but never finished (the tutorial that is).
And the back of the banner. See, I told you there was a scroll back there to break up the sea of blue.
That's about it, most of the good stuff has already been posted.
I want to thank everyone for following along and supporting the project. I thinks it great that the community can come together like this in support of a great cause like Doctors Without Borders. From the vendors who donated prize support to others who offered models and supplies for the project to everyone who simply contributed money. All of it counts and all of it matters.
So if you're looking to up your chances at winning the whole army one last time, you've got until 10pm EST here on FTW. Less than 24 hours by the clock on my computer as I type this.
Thank you everyone for your support.