Hello! More waves of yellow and blue Waagh are advancing. In this Orktober-post I would like to present you a large unit of Ork Lootas, which was prepared by our fantastic team. The models are a mix of parts from different manufacturers – Wargame Exclusive, Maxmini, Kromlech. The bases are made of spare bits from GW sets, which gathered over the years in our studio. Squads like these require a lot of time to prepare and paint, but the final result is worth it I invite you to see the full gallery below. See you in the next post! Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! Today as part of the orc month I would like to show you a large unit of Orc Commandos made by our studio. As you’ve probably noticed, all models are handmade from Wargame Exclusive, Kromlech and various Games Workshop kits. There’s a lot of work to be done with it, but the effect is definitely worth the time! The barrels and boxes come from the Armoured Munitorum Containers set. Bases made by hand from bits, which we just had in our bitsbox. Commission painting – email@example.com
Hello! Orktober 2019 – today on the blog a quick shot and two converted models of Luther Pattern Ambot. Some orc junk and new heads have been added to the models. Minis are complemented by junkyard bases, which will remain with us until the end of this project. The models will serve as Warbosses in heavy armour. I hope you enjoyed the conversions. I invite you to see the full gallery below. Waagh! Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! It’s time for another Orktober 2019 entry. Today it’s a Warboss model on a bike produced by one of GW’s divisions – Forgeworld. The miniature itself is interesting, dynamic and well designed. However, the quality of the parts is terrible. The set that came to our workshop straight from the UK was a nightmare – giant flashes, holes, bubbles…. A real horror! It is absolutely unacceptable for such an expensive kit to have such a low casting quality. A lot of dirt and rust was applied to the model to reflect the atmosphere of the junkyard and ork mech-horde. Waagh! Commission painting – email@example.com
Hey! As promised – time to start Orktober 2019! Painboyz are the first (ok, warboss from yesterday was first ) miniatures we want to show you this month. They are quite hard to convert so we decided to swap heads and make custom bases. We also used some blood effect from Vallejo – subtle but really good! See you tomorrow! Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! Autumn has already started for good, outside the window rain and grey. It is an obvious sign that our hobby is entering a fantastic period – long evenings with our favourite games, weekends full of models, rules and books. In September we managed to achieve our goal and published so many posts. We don’t slow down at all, as Orktober begins! We are preparing a really powerful and unique Orc army for 40K, which we would like to present to you during the coming month. Lots of conversions, interesting figures and epic size! As a foretaste and illustration to today’s entry you can see the first orc leader, made on the basis of the Wargame Exclusive model – Ork Boss of War. We exchanged hands, head, added a hand-made stand and decorated the flag with orc decals. I hope you like it Expect tons of green content – waaagh! ETSY – ONLINE SHOP We also decided to open a small shop with painted models on the Etsy platform. You can find there a lot of interesting kits for Warhamm
Hello! Monsters attack the city! At the beginning of the week, our blog featured Protectors Starter Set for Monsterpocalypse. Today I would like to present you the figurines from the Destroyers Starter Set. Monsterpocalypse is a system about powerful beasts, set in a cinematic, overdrawn atmosphere. The game is published by Privateer Press and has a few really nice models. If you are interested, I encourage you to visit the producer’s website and see the gallery In a small box, in addition to the rules and accessories, we get six figures made of resin. The quality of the copies we had the pleasure to paint was average – large and hard to remove mould lines. In the next entry we will move to the Old World – BloodBowl! Commission painting services – email@example.com OR Messenger
Hello! Welcome back after the weekend In today’s entry I would like to present you the models from the starter set for the Monsterpocalypse. The game is about fighting gigantic monsters in urban metropolises – comics, superheroes and Godzilla. The figures we get in the starter set are well made, although the material (resin?) is quite difficult to process. Painting process is really nice and enjoyable. I just wonder if this multitude of systems from Privateer Press is a sign of their strength, or rather a desperate search for a way out of the dying WM/H… I hope you like the Protectors set presented here. I invite you to visit our blog regularly – every two days you can expect more publications Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org OR Messenger.
Hello! It’s time to reveal the first card in the Star Wars: Legion series on our blog. For the uninitiated, this is a system from Fantasy Flight Games. It focuses on playing medium sized battles in the Star Wars universe. Currently, the game covers the period of the so-called “old trilogy”, i.e. film episodes IV-VI. Soon there will be a big expansion, which will take us to the time of Clone Wars (episodes I-III). The set that I present to you today is one of the officially released elements of the scenery. The figurine is really big, with quite a lot of details. It can only scare away with the price, because it costs exactly as much as the normal AT-ST. In the set we also get a few cards useful in the game. We decided to enrich the original set with a bit of vegetation – a tufts, bushes, grass and lichens. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Soon you can expect a lot of Legion on our blog. Be alert! Commission painting services- email@example.com / Messenger
Hello! We stay in the Age of Sigmar – Ironjawz army. In the pictures you will find Brutes, Megaboss and Weirdnob Shaman. It was an interesting project because the Brutes are fully magnetized – they can be equipped with all the weapons available in the box. It required some extra work, but it was definitely worth it! The colors also differ from the official, green-yellow scheme. A lot of damage, bruises, rust and white skin of orcs contrasts with bricks on bases. I hope you like the models – I invite you to see the photo gallery below. Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org and Messenger
Hello! As the first entry in the new week I would like to show you the warband for Warcry skirmish system. Below you can see a full gallery of individual units. Miniatures painted by artists from our Studio. Warcry is the latest release from Games Workshop and all signs indicate that the game has already had a success. Local shops got rid of their stocks of starter sets very quickly, and the wave of new bands flooding us shows that the system will be supported. In addition to the new factions, the game also features card sets with statistics for the “old” units. The game supports fast, brutal battles lasting about 1 hour, which perfectly fits the current skirmish trend. Additionally, the option of developing units and creating a campaign is strongly marked. Soon we will be able to present you with new branches and areas…. Meanwhile – goodbye! Commission painting services – email@example.com and Messenger
Hello! This week you have definitely seen some interesting models (check out the previous posts!). Today I would like to show you another older project – two super-heavy Crassus transporters. Heavily armoured, powerful machines are used to transport imperial soldiers into the middle of a raging battle. Wide caterpillars allow them to overcome terrain obstacles, and two heavy bolters mounted on the front provide additional firepower for the attacking infantry. On the models I used a lot of pigments and damage effects. Crassus Assault Transports have a really amazing atmosphere and I would like to paint them again one day Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org / Messenger.
Hello! The last posts with Warmaster were very warmly welcomed. I decided to prepare a compilation of cavalry and various auxiliary units to the army of the Empire / Kislev / Dogs of War. Miniatures painted by artists from our Studio. On the pictures you can see: Heavy Imperial Cavalry Light imperial Cavalry Flagellants Heavy Kislev Cavalry Light Kislev Cavalry The scale of the models – 10mm. Next project – Ogre Kingdoms. Commission painting services – email@example.com / Messenger.
Hello! As promised – it’s time for big toys! I would like to present you two colossal Kharybdis Assault Claws. On the picture above I placed a model of a soldier for Infinity system in 28mm scale. These powerful drop-pods were used by the Legions as a ship-to-ship vehicle to attack enemy spaceships. They also served as a transport unit that carried soldiers from orbit to battlefield. Both vehicles were painted in the colours of the White Scars Legion. Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org / Messenger.
Hello! This is one of those projects that I’ve always wanted to put on the blog, but there was never time for it I would like to present you two powerful Earthshaker guns for the army of Death Korps of Krieg. For both models I’ve prepared small dioramas, which make it easy to move and place on the table. DKoK is an iconic army of the Warhammer 40,000 universe and I faced this project with great pleasure. Despite the passage of time, I am still satisfied with the effect I was able to achieve, especially in terms of colour and dirt on the guns. Below you will find a really extensive and quite detailed photo gallery. I hope you will enjoy it. Commission painting services – email@example.com or Messenger.