In the last couple of days I've worked on my Daemon Fulgrim for Golden Daemon next month. It's only two weeks left, but I hope I will be finished painting him in a standard that I'm happy with before then. the conversion is finished, and I think he looks really cool. His torso, head and main arms, are from the original Forge World Fulgrim. I picked the second set go arms from Forge Worlds Emperors Children Paladin Blades Squad to give him an extra set of swords, matching his main two handed weapon. The feathered wings are from the Dark Eldar Scourges. And the serpents tale is from a Sepulchral Stalker.
Saturday, 27 September 2014
Monday, 15 September 2014
I'm finished with my display-board for my Tyranid army. It was entered in the Norwegian Armies on Parade and took 1st place this saturday. I'm very happy with both the army and the display-board. Sadly the pictures look a bit fake. When the pictures was taken the sun was down, so they're ether a bit too bright because of the flash, or too dark.
The last two pictures of the Carnifex storming through a wall, is taken in a different light, so the Tyranid's skin-tone looks a bit green.
More pictures of individual models and more details will be posted when I collect the display board from the Store.
Tuesday, 9 September 2014
More Nurgle goodness. I'm quite happy with the skin tone on these models. It started out as an experiment, based on the same skin-colour I used on my Inquisitorial Henchmen, with some green and purple glazes added later to give them a more Nurgleish feel.
My deadline on the Tyranid army for Armies on Parade is this saturday, so I will hopefully finish the pice, and post some pictures of the finished project here before bringing it down to Games Workshop Oslo.
My eBay purchase of bits for my Daemon Fulgrim model, have also arrived. After Armies on Parade, he will be my main project before Golden Daemon.
Saturday, 6 September 2014
I'm working on a small Inquisitor Warband. The first model I want to show you, is my first Henchman. He's based on the Warhammer Fantasy Nurgel Lord, with a lot of parts from other kits. I'm a fan of John Blanche's work. I really like his Inquisitor models, and other models made in the same style. So I want my warband to have the same feel to it. This is a very fun project, and the model was a lot of fun both to convert and paint. I've purchased another Nurgle Lord, to make a similar model.
Lastly I have converted a Gollum-like creature, to represent a servitor of some kind. Stalking his master on the battlefield.
Wednesday, 3 September 2014
In this post I wanted to show you this old metal Nurgle Beastman I painted a long time ago. This miniature, futures my first attempt at NMM (no metal metallics). The axe is not too great, but I actually like its chain mail. The skin tone is what I like best. Sadly I can't remember which colours I used.
The model has been laying in a box for many years, until I found it a couple of weeks ago. The first thing I noticed, was how poor the models base looked. It was just a flat base with a thin layer of sand. I decided that the model was too good for it's base, and gave it a display-plinth that I'm quite happy with. The base was done in the same style as the Great Unclean One's that I have showed you earlier in the blog.