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40k – Genestealer Cult / Hybrids Pack

Hello! In today’s entry I decided to throw a few Hybrid troops units at once. Your skilful eye will also notice two Acolyte Iconward models – for the sake of photography I decided to mix them with other creatures. The models have a full range of armament. In my opinion Genestealer Cult is currently one of the most interesting armies produced by Games Workshop. I invite you to see a few additional photos Commission painting: minisforwar@gmail.com

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40k – Genestealer Cult / Broodlord

Hey! Today I would like to show you one of the biggest beasts fighting in the Genocult army. It is Broodlord, which I had the opportunity to paint some time ago. The model very much reminds me of a figure from Space Hulk game – similar sculpt, similar position of limbs. I like the model itself very much. It is very dynamic, full of details and completely “alien”. It’s a pity that the Genestealers themselves have such old and bad models…. But you can’t have everything – maybe they will get some refreshment on the occasion of the new Tyranid codex? Meanwhile, I invite you to see a few photos and visit the blog regularly Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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40k – Genestealer Cult / Hybrids

Hello! On the occasion of publishing of a new Genestealer Cult Codex, I decided to find and start posting photos of a large army, which I had the pleasure to paint some time ago. There will be a lot of posts and figures! Hybrid Metamorphs / Acolytes box goes first! Games Workshop has put into one box two options and a TOTAL MASS of bits. I firmly believe that this army is a real paradise for collectors and those who like conversions. The possibilities are huge! I decided to combine two intense colours – yellow and orange. The models are packed with details – clips, buckles, sachets and bags. GW did amazing work here! Bases made of cork, old frames and weathered with pigments. I invite you to follow us on social channels! Commission painting services- minisforwar@gmail.com

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40k – Deathwatch / Kill Team Cassius

An elite unit of the Empire! Deathwatch is a selection of Space Marines units – the best of the best, chosen from among all the Chapters. They are precision blades that are used for the most important and dangerous missions throughout the Galaxy. The Kill Team Cassius was sent to discover and explore the dark secrets of the planet Ghosar Quintus. There he fought against the monstrous Genestealer Cult – for those interested I refer to 40k Wikipedia. You will find there a lot of interesting information. The models themselves are absolutely exquisite – full of details, perfectly sculpted. One of my favourite sets from Games Workshop! I could paint it all round With little modelling skills, these models could be adapted as heroes/lieutenants to any army of Space Marines. Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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30k – White Scars Army

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 – minisforwar@gmail.com

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30k – White Scars / Deimos Pattern Rhino

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 – minisforwar@gmail.com

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