Hello! In today’s post I would like to present to you one of my older works. These are the different heroes painted in the colours of the White Scars. As you have probably noticed, some of them contain minor conversions (especially weapons). I hope you will like them! I think that newly published Space Marines codex and White Scars supplement are moving these armies on battle tables again. I keep my fingers crossed! Painting orders – firstname.lastname@example.org or Messenger.
The Disciples of Change again take the form of Legio Fortidus to battle the Warp Runners in a 1750pt Meeting Engagement!
Jason returns with his Venator Light Maniple to take on Top Dog and the Warp Runners Axiom Maniple in this Mid-Tier Matched Play game!
Jason has finished painting his Venator Maniple and comes to face my Warp Runners Corsairs in this mid-tier Matched Play game!
Derek returns with his Legio Fureans running a Myrmidon maniple against the Dominus pattern Maniple from February 2019’s White Dwarf!
It’s time for another mid-tier Meeting Engagement. This time my Warp Runners deploy a Corsair maniple to take on Derek’s Tiger Eyes Regia Maniple as the underdogs!
Hello! As announced in the previous post, I would like to present you with the White Scars Legion army. This is one of my older works, I finished it a few years ago. Somehow it happened that only now I managed to sort all of the more than 2200 unpublished photos. I will successively add them to this blog, with a short description. As you can see, the vast majority of the models shown are units dedicated to the Horus Heresy system, embedded ten thousand years before the 40k events. In the pictures you will find such units as: Outrider Bikes MKIC Deimos Pattern Rhino Legion Scimitar Pattern Jetbike Legion Javelin Attack Speeder Additionally, a handful of ordinary legionnaires. The army is characterized by a considerable use of battle damages, pigments and weathering effects. Thanks to them the monotony of white is broken. I invite you to see a modest gallery of photographs and see you in the following entries! Commission painting – email@example.com
Hey! In today’s entry we return to my old works. On the photo you can see two Rhino transporters. As you probably noticed, their construction is slightly different from the “40k” versions of this model – the front and sides are different. The upper manholes, equipped with two bolters, are also slightly different. The presented vehicles are marked as MKIC Deimos Pattern and are one of the oldest development versions of this carrier. The models are painted in the colours of the Withe Scars Legion. In the next post you will find quite a large heresy army…. But that’s about it soon! Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org
I know I know I promised not to do the Warlord till the end of this slow grow…..Oops!! As we have come to expect from GW the delivery of such things is spot on. The box is really nice and … Continue reading →
Following on the heels of my previous Adeptus Titanicus post, I've managed to complete the second Warlord titan from my boxed set. This fella is in the colours of Legio Mortis. In 30/40K lore, Legio Mortis is one of the oldest titan legions in existence, renown for being insufferably haughty and elitist. With this being the case I thought I've give their classic baroque black-red-and-gold armour the high gloss treatment, with very little weathering. In my mind's eye I see these alpha-level god engines having flights of cherubim servitors flitting around, continually buffing and waxing the armour to a blinding sheen. :)Nonetheless, I still wanted to make sure the model conveyed that it was a brutal war machine. With this in mind I chopped up some extra bits from a Civitas terrain sprue to create the wreckage of a administratum building that's in the midst of being pounded into dust by the Warlord. Also, to help place the scene within some sort of scale, I placed a small group of tech-thralls and
As is only right I started with shiny things in the Knights review. But now for some serious bits. Today I am going to be looking at the rules box that GW have made up for AT. Boy is it … Continue reading →
As promised this is the start of my slow grow / baby steps / not going to go crazy move onto AT. So it would be mad to start with Warlord although I really really wanted to do.. Instead we … Continue reading →
This is a custom made Warhammer 40k Imperial Knight Pilot/envoy which was made for a Warhammer 30k campaign. This was painted to a level 5 quality with NMM techniques and marble flooring.