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"
Wow! Posting for a third day in a row. I’m on fire here! Painting of the Daemon Prince is coming along nicely. I’ve made progress regarding all aspects of the model. The skin is done, the hair’s gotten its first layers of paint and I’ve shaded and picked the blue back up again. I got […]Read more "WIP: Daemon Prince of Tzeentch, part 3"
Just a quick snapshot from the paint table. I’ve done the burnished gold and the first layer of blue on the Daemon Prince. The Warp flames are getting a few thin coats of paint too. Burnished gold is Retributor Armour base, Drakenhof Nightshade shade and Liberator Gold drybrush. I will do some additional touch ups […]Read more "WIP: Daemon Prince of Tzeentch, part 2"
Greetings fellow adventurers and space farers! Life’s harsh here on the Eastern Fringe, far from the guiding light of the Emperor. Our realm sits on the edge of the Imperium, it always has but now more so than ever. Beset by the enemy without, within and beyond. A perfect setting for mischief and high adventure. […]Read more "Another year in the Warp"
Regular visitor to the blog might recognise this conversion. I began this project back in May 2016 and gave it a good run for a few months until I had to put it away for awhile. It was tucked away for just shy of a year. I made another push and almost finished it last […]Read more "Paint job: Thousand Sons Forgefiend Conversion"
Fellow adventurers, opportunists of great void and denizens of the Chapel. Here’s my last minute entry in Mark’s conversion/paint challenge – build your own Skulljacker. Mark and Alex, two good blogging buddies of mine, developed this mini game called Stylites. The game is set in the dark depths of the Chapel, Mark’s own piece of […]Read more "Paint job: The Vesker Brothers, Skulljackers"