Double posting! Triple Mansions of Madness feature. I really enjoyed painting these board game miniatures. While they lack the detail and crispness of Games Workshop models they do have a lot of charm and character. I picked Father Mateo, the priest, as my investigator. He is a troubled man of God at the brink of […]Read more "Mansions of Madness: Father Mateo"
After wrapping up Rita Young, I plunged headlong to the next model in our crew of investigators. Next up was my son’s chosen investigator – Preston Fairbanks, the millionaire. Fairbanks had, like most rich kids I guess, a fairly nonchalant relation to his family’s wealth. He was rich, and he liked it. It was only […]Read more "Mansions of Madness: Preston Fairbanks"
When Alex from Leadballony announced Fembruary this year I immediately knew that I was in. Of all the community challenges and events this is the one I like the best. it is as simple as it is important – drop what you are doing a push a model representing a woman (or female entity of […]Read more "Fembruary: Rita Young from Mansions of Madness"
A name. Flickering glimpses of light and places. ++Az’mekh Rhan++ The name is true. Lost yet remembered. It is a beacon in an ocean whirling darkness. The name commands. Reforging fragments of a lost life. Memories that lingers like haunting spectres. A dreamless sleep. Plains rolling under a burning sun. Cities of white and marvel. […]Read more "Paint job: Thousand Sons Osiron Pattern Contemptor"
The RPG style dungeon crawler board game Gloomhave has been the bee’s knees doing the rounds in the greater community. I haven’t played a game yet but it looks fun and engaging. You get a character that you play, level up and after reaching some campaign goal finally abandon for a new one. The mechanic […]Read more "Gloomhaven: Mindthief"
Wait, what? Two posts in a single day? I’ve had some spare time and got my groove back. Painting have been fun lately and not just a chore. But finishing both the Contemptor and this Rhino on the same day, that’s just a fluke. I really enjoyed painting this Rhino. It’s a bit rough on […]Read more "Paint job: Thousand Sons Rhino"
Greetings, fellow adventurers! It has been a long journey but I have finally finished my Contemptor conversion. The project started back in September 2016 and fell out of favour a few months later. I resurrected the neglected model a couple of weeks ago and made some extensive reconversion work – taking the model from Khorne […]Read more "Paint job: Thousand Sons Contemptor"
I’ve been spending a few late night hours doing hobby and have some stuff to show off. My Thousand Sons are coming along very nicely at the moment. Here’s a few shots of my work in progress. Tzaangor Shaman conversion. Skin nearly done. Chaos Rhino. First layer of blue. 20 more Tzaangors. Skin nearly done. […]Read more "Snapshots from the workbench"
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"
– Mortal fools! Bow down before the might of the XVth Legion and the master of all Fate, ominous Tzeentch. Long before the strings of Fate had been laid out, drawing reality to this junction of time, Thonarash of the Thousand Sons controlled unthinkable power. Driven by a thirst for knowledge and more power, Thonarash […]Read more "Paint job: Daemon Prince of Tzeentch"