There is a couple of rules that you need to follow when it comes to painting miniatures and toy soldiers. 1. Thin you paints. Seriously, you need to thin them. 2. When applying a wash, understand that you are now dealing with bottled magic and not paint. 3. In February you drop what you are […]Read more "Paint job: Excrucia Wysp, Drukhari Reaver"
Daisan Flickerblade sat at the edge of the ruined building following the ebb and flow of the combat on the streets below her. She smiled at the monkeys fighting each other. Their clumsy moves and crude actions. How they’d survived for this long was a mystery onto itself. Blood had started to flow on the […]Read more "The Poisoned Flower"
This is the story of how Trung Gozen got a much needed facelift. I painted the Drukhari Archon as my entry in the Fembruary challenge. The paint job was quick and dirty. Overall I think she came out ok but the face was a horrible mess. Her face looked like … well, like that infamous […]Read more "A facelift for Trung Gozen"
When my fellow blogger Alex from the most excellent and awesome blog – Leadballony launched his own February paint challenge I knew I had to participate. I do this from time to time. It’s fun and it helps you get motivated with your painting. And you get things done. Last part in theory anyway. I’m […]Read more "Paint job: Trung Gozen, Drukhari Archon"
The Medusa is a symbiotic entity, an otherworldly parasite that latches on to a Drukhari host. Its terrible gaze is then weaponised (of course) and the Medusa often take place in one of the many courts of the Archons. I picked up a host of Drukhari Warriors on the cheap a while ago as I […]Read more "The Medusa Twins"