First on deck is the first five Assault Marines for my Horus Heresy army. These cats have been a lot of work - mostly due to the fact that I think I'm hitting burn-out for painting yellow infantry. That said, I'm super happy with them. I need to get cracking on the next five. This will bring me to about 4,000 points/200 power levels for my Imperial Fists.These guys are a mix of MKIV and MKII armors, with shields and jump packs by Kromlech.After these cats were done, I needed a break so I turned my attention to a single model for my Death Guard army - a Foul Blightspawn. The current Death Guard are just such a treat to paint up. I've still got to work on a base for him, but he should be finished up pretty soon.This guy is literally dripping with detail.And I loved every nub and bolt.I'm pretty chuffed with the painted liquid in his tank. I've also been nattering away on more High Elves. I've still got paint up a command group for the spearmen, but the rest are finally based and ready to go. Pretty soon I'
It was the first week of September that I received my first few issues of Warhammer Conquest. We’re fast approaching five months and I’ve managed to keep up to date by painting every issue before my next delivery arrives. I’ve truly surprised myself. I thought I would have fallen behind a long time ago. After the jump I’m going to share my secrets on how I’ve managed to keep on top of this.More after the jump
Mortarion, Primarch of the Death Guard. But I call him Buttermoth. This was my second time painting this model, which is always and interesting experience on such a large figure, spending that much time again on the same model. What did I like from the last one and what would I have done differently? I forgot but here are some pictures.
Wow, this model was such a slog to paint! Those spines sprouting from his back are covered in tiny, intricate details. Be sure to check out the pictures after the jump where you can see close ups all the way round the model. More after the jump
Hey everyone, Silvernome here back with more Chaos Legion goodness!I’ve always been a fan of the Chaos Legions, but since I mostly play Death Guard and Thousand Sons I never really have had the chance to paint the other Legions without building out a force. I’ve always had a soft spot for dreadnoughts, they are just so iconic to Warhammer, so I decided to start collecting Contemptor Dreadnoughts from each legion to give me that chance to paint them all. When I’ve eventually collected and painted them, the grand plan is to make a small diorama to show them off.More after the jump
Just wanted to share my progress on the Biologis Putrifier. The main miniature is finished and I'm currently painting up the base so I can glue him to it. I'm procrastinating a little bit because I'm dreading painting those back pack spikes with all those vials on. So much intricate detail. It's definitely helping by painting it in sub assemblies. The Get a Grip painting handles are helping loads. You can get your own handle by clicking these links. UK sales, Global sales, alternatively just search eBay for Garfy's Get a Grips.
So far in this year's AHPC We've had a Crooked Dice Strawbear for 7TV, some buildings for Adeptus Titanicus, a Nurgle Blighthauler and the three chaos marines from Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress, for a total of 60 points.
The Foul Blightspawn from issue 12 of the Conquest publication is finished! He took a little longer than anticipated and I'll explain why after the jump as well as share close up pictures of other angles of the model.More after the jump
Here's my work so far on the Foul Blightspawn. A Grenadier with a penchant for concocting foul diseases and spraying them over his foes. He came with Issue 12. Wow, that's three months I've been working on the miniatures from the Conquest publication. If you're wondering why he's hovering in the air, I'll explain after the jump. More after the jump
I'm now 10 issues into my Warhammer 40,000 Conquest collection and I thought I'd use this post to review my experience so far. Check out my thoughts after the jump. More after the jump
The first vehicle to come with an issue of Warhammer 40,000: Conquest is the Myphitic Blight Hauler, it's also my first Daemon Engine joining the ranks of my Death Guard. After the jump, some more pics all around this monstrous parasite and some group shots.More after the jump
Issue 9 complete. I'm really enjoying painting Pox Walkers now, which is good because there are loads more still to come with future Conquest issues. After the jump you'll see a picture of all the Pox Walkers I've painted so far as well as a group shot of all my Death Guard models. It's quite a sight!More after the jump
Quick update today on my second batch of six Pox Walkers. This batch was so much faster to paint than the first batch. Does anyone else find that? You kinda get into a groove and flow? Come back soon when I share more progress on my models from Death Guard. Garfy's Get a Grips available to order with same day dispatch here or here for non UK buyers.
Fourth time lucky right? This will be my fourth game against Mark’s Death Guard. All previous games have been a loss. And the last two I lost by just one point. Maybe today is the day the Astra Militarum claw back a victory. This game was at Boards and Swords. Never miss an article? Subscribe! Astra Militarum List Firstly we have a Brigade Detachment – of course. Creed 2x Primaris Psykers Demolisher Tank Commander 5x Infantry Squads with Vox 1x regular Infantry Squad Platoon Commander with Relic of Lost Cadia Warlord – Platoon Commander with Old Grudges and Kurov’s Aquila […] The post Death Guard vs Astra Militarum 1,750 points appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
I found a few hours to finish the Plague Champion from Dark Imperium to add to my six Conquest Plague Marines. That finishes this unit off nicely. After the jump, check out more angles of the Plague Champion.More after the jump