Saturday, 30 November 2013
It was quite a challenge to create a combi-plasma for this model. I wanted it based on a storm bolter and manages to cut and file and scrape together something that looks vaguely right using a storm bolter and a plasma pistol.
This is Tarl Many-Winters and here is his saga.
Saturday, 23 November 2013
The Space Wolf kits give you no shortage of bits to make fun Wolf Guard. However, I did borrow some standard marine parts for this model; a combi-plasma and a pointing power fist. On somewhat of a whim I painted only one pupil in his eyes and it turned out to work really nicely and has become a feature.
Hekkan Milkeye's tale follows.
Saturday, 16 November 2013
Here we have another Wolf Guard terminator, Aernid Death-Howl. Aernid is armed with a heavy flamer and power axe and although perhaps a bit of an odd set of wargear, I'm pleased with how this model turned out.
Aernid's tale follows.
Thursday, 14 November 2013
I know this isn't 40K related, but it's hobby related, so I've decided it counts and I can post it!
I picked this Han Solo model up a few years ago from Knight Models and only just recently painted it. I;m not sure why I left it so long, but I'm glad I did as I don't think I had the skills to do a half-decent job a few years ago.
Saturday, 9 November 2013
It is, of course, obligatory for at least one Terminator in your army to be equipped with a thunder hammer and storm shield. It's probably in the codex or something. So this is my big smashy-blocky dude; Halvr One-Eye.
Saturday, 2 November 2013
This guy is undoubtedly one of my favourite Space Wolf models. It was one of those models that just goes together great and I'm really pleased with the result. Good fun to paint too: a model you really like is always more fun to paint.
There's a WIP post about this guy here, although his name has changed a little bit now.
Saturday, 26 October 2013
Blood for the Blood God!
I was nervous when I was preparing to add blood and gore to Angron and his victims. If I messed it up, then it would be very difficult to remove. But once again, the materials used did most of the work.