Tuesday, 17 November 2015
Tuesday, 10 November 2015
You can see a GW paint pot in the background for scale (about the same size) and it is curved slightly along the Y (vertical) axis. I'd like to put a hammer probably from a dreadknight in the other hand. I think it would be very siege/imperial fist like and fit in well with my Emerald Fists.
Thursday, 5 November 2015
Here's a group photo (sorry I took about 10 pictures and none were in great focus) showing all of my daemons. This really shows the variation in colours I was going for when painting these. Since the rest of my marines all need to follow a uniform scheme, this was the experimenting with colours that I wanted. Being all the same drab shades though ties them together. Obviously better pictures are featured on the blog if you're interested in seeing something up close, this was just a nice chaosy group shot. I also put my nurgle stuff up for sale locally to make room for more projects.
Tuesday, 3 November 2015
Thursday, 29 October 2015
I'm no expert, but I wanted to show how I did the rust on my plague hulk (also write it down so I'd remember). I've posted some photos for the major steps (sorry not all there since I got excited). At the bottom you can see the final photos for my Plague Hulk of Nurgle. Probably one of my favourite models now.
Tuesday, 27 October 2015
Thursday, 22 October 2015
Tuesday, 20 October 2015
here. The shoulders come from puppetswar (I got them years ago). I like this guy more than my other 'basic' contemptor since he has more regal bits and seems more deserving of gold trim haha. I think eventually I want a 3rd one (probably with the forge world Imperial Fists model) holding a shield. I've got something in the back of my mind for that. #Dreadtober,
Tuesday, 13 October 2015
#Dreadtober update. Speeding along with the details now. Some green and gold to really bring out the relic nature and the battle damage is done. I have to do finishing touches, and finish the base and weapons but I'm narrowing in. I really enjoy vehicle painting. They're super fast (see image haha) so you get a product much faster than painting hordes of infantry.