Sorry for the lapse in post as of late, but its certainly not from a lack of hobbying! I usually tone done the updates around the holidays as other priorities certain take focus this time of year. With that said, here is a Lord of Change I'll be using as Fateweaver which I painted up this weekend. He (She) is going to take a lot more work, but its off to a good start.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
I decided to try to run a deathstar in my CSM/Daemons army which is composed of Abaddon and Typhus in either a squad of 30 zombies or with 3 obilts (depends on the matchup). As I didn't like the idea of shelling out 25$ for what is currently an awful mold, I turned to the bit box. With some limited lord bits (only front torso, one shoulder pad, left claw, axe, and spike racks), a csm head, a ork nob should pad, and a black reach terminator I went at it and craft this baddddd dude. I really like how he looks. I decided to also for the first time try a non-metallic metallic paint job on the axe blade.
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Just got to finishing up this GUO today. He didnt take as long as I expected, though I did leverage the airbrush to do most everything outside some of the detailing and armor. Im happy with how he turned out, though mid way thru I really felt something was missing (he had a dark purple tongue at the time). I went in added a little more detailing and went with the pink tongue to bring about some contrast to the model. This guy is going to be hitting a table top near you!
Monday, September 16, 2013
All, by using the Magic Set Creator program, you too can create a nifty little playing card which you can use to quickly track everything going on with your complex characters. Simply laminate, get a dry erase marker, and your good to go! Here is one I just made for my GUO.
Labels: chaos daemons
Monday, September 9, 2013
Its been a very busy past month... Gotten in another game with the CSM, but this time its hand in hand with Daemons (in particular, the Great Unclean One and some Screamers (3++ with re-rolling 1's, so a light screamerstar :-) ). As far a the oblits go, 5 down, 1 to go. Those little bastards are tough to paint. The flesh is rather time consuming, but i like how they are turning out.