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Everchosen / Re: Everchosen – The Global Warhammer Painting Competition 2019
« Last post by ilraenor on July 03, 2019, 05:22:06 pm »
I so want to enter but it's too hot to paint at home (or to get motivated to pain)... Anyone got tips ?
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I'll probably enter one of my previous GD entries. Being a bit lazy painting wise since fest.
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I am entering, had a hard time choosing a model for it though.
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Work in progress / Re: Mamikon's WIP's
« Last post by Mamikon on June 18, 2019, 08:35:41 am »
Something is coming!

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Everchosen / Everchosen – The Global Warhammer Painting Competition 2019
« Last post by Mamikon on June 17, 2019, 09:02:15 am »
Hello everyone!

This is the place to talk about the Everchosen – The Global Warhammer Painting Competition.

Heres the info:

https://www.warhammer-community.com/2019/05/26/everchosen-the-global-warhammer-painting-competition/



To celebrate the new range of Citadel Colour paints, we’re marking the occasion in style with a new type of painting competition – a global event that you can enter locally in stores across the world, and with a prize worthy of a king…

https://youtu.be/bfJ1vQcd4HQ

On Saturday the 27th of July, Warhammer and Games Workshop stores, as well as participating independent retailers, will be holding a local painting competition. The winner of the Everchosen category (see below) from each store will have photos of their models uploaded to a huge gallery online, where everyone can vote for their favorite entries. The results of the public vote will then be combined with the votes from our own studio painting teams, with the top three entries being entered into the Everchosen Grand Final. These finalists will be invited to bring their miniatures to Warhammer World from wherever they are in the world – we’ll even cover their travel and accommodation. One of these mighty painting heroes will be crowned Everchosen, and win a replica of Archaon’s legendary sword, the Slayer of Kings.



Painting Categories

There are actually two other categories of the painting competition that will be taking place in stores on the day, in addition to the gala Everchosen category:

Open – Entries can be any miniature currently available from Games-Workshop.com, unit or collection than will fit into a 30cmx30cm (12”x12”) display area. This category is also open to Games Workshop staff!



Young Bloods – Entries can be any single Citadel miniature (of any size) that is available from Games-Workshop.com. This category is only open to painters aged 15 and below.



Everchosen – Entries can be any single Citadel miniature (that fits on a Citadel 60mm base or smaller) that is currently available from Games-Workshop.com. The winner of the Everchosen category will go on to represent their store in the global online vote!



We’ll be bringing you more news on this exciting competition (including the obligatory terms and conditions) soon, so keep an eye here on the Warhammer Community website for more details. Of course, even if you don’t consider yourself a world-class painter (yet!), there is still an opportunity to win local glory in the opening stage of the Everchosen competition, so head over to Games-Workshop.com now and start picking your entry – Saturday the 27th of July will be here before you know it!



Sooooo, who is entering?
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Everchosen / Rules
« Last post by Mamikon on June 17, 2019, 08:57:51 am »
Hello!

This is the place where we talk about the upcoming Golden Demon events.

NOTE: You can't use swear words here, let's be kind to each other and keep it family friendly. This doesn't mean no fun - just keep it civil!

We hope that here you will be able find answers, get all the advice needed or just have fun!
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Work in progress / Re: Ilraenor's WIPs
« Last post by Mamikon on June 11, 2019, 08:42:36 am »
Ah nicely done mate!

If I can suggest something (not being any good in NMM tho xD) - add a bit more contrast to it :)
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Work in progress / Re: Ilraenor's WIPs
« Last post by ilraenor on May 31, 2019, 09:53:03 am »
Hey guys,

I have absolutely no conviction of winning anything for the everchosen plus, I'll be away at the time but my local warhammer store manager was kind enough to accept to keep it around before the actual day so I might as well participate.
The competition seems to be focused on currently sold miniatures so I chose the cheap knight incantor, I like the pose and I'm sure I can do something with the base. Anywho, I decided to opt out of my comfort zone and try my hand with lots of new stuff.
First of all, NMM:



This is really just the beginning. I'm not liking it too much for now, it looks not reflective enough. But I don't know how to do that and have a "general light" on the mini at the same time. So, I'm thinking I'll paint it as is and then do touch ups afterwards.
You can also see that the primer **** it up really bad and I have no idea why :'( Strangely enough, it is a lot less visible when painted over, as if the paint somehow smoothed it Oo
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Offtopic / Re: Golden Demon Classic 2019
« Last post by Rick_1138 on May 14, 2019, 05:35:52 pm »
Well it was a great event this year, very strong entries and lots of entries, met lots of people and had a really good weekend.

Out of the 4 entries, i got 2 finalists, with the small scale Knights being down to the last five on the judging table, but sadly missed out, the three winners were very good and i think the base on the bronze was what pipped it and some details\ contrast just that bit better, but great to be so close.

I thought I may get commended with the red sticker on both the AoS single and Small scale, But with the small scale getting down to last 5 (i saw them judging the category through the cabinets randomly as i went to see how i had got on). So a bit of a shame.


Have to pick some models to get starting on 2020.

AoS Single by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Knights by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Primus by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Goliath 1 by Richard Rose, on Flickr

Goliath 2 by Richard Rose, on Flickr
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Upcoming Golden Demons / Re: Fest Europe and GD
« Last post by Rick_1138 on May 14, 2019, 05:33:27 pm »
I was beside max Faleij when he was speaking to someone asking about one and October as a "maybe".

I would let hope for it die as its a popular event and having 1 in UK, EU and USA would make sense going forward.
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