Hi all! As promised in my last post, here comes Haarken Worldclaimer, the very first Black Legionnaire I painted. I didn't like the trophies on this model, so I assembled it without them. Nice model with a decent amount of details. Next up: Abbadon the Despoiler. Leave a comment or reaction if you please...
Issue 29 of Conquest includes four Primaris models, one of which is the Captain in Gravis armour from the Dark Imperium boxed game. More images and my thoughts after the jump.More after the jump
These models have been finished for a week or so, but I haven't got around taking some pictures. But here they are: The Scurvy Scurriers, a Skaven team for Blitz Bowl. Blitz Bowl is the board game version of Blood Bowl, it has a dungeon theme and thankfully you only need to paint six models for a team. I had five Skaven already painted, so I just needed to paint a sixth model and some markers, and there you go. More pictures after the jump.More after the jump
It was all the way back in February that I picked this model up when I went to Warhammer World. Finally, this Son of a Lion is finished. After the jump I want to talk about some of the techniques I used to paint this hooded hero.More after the jump
Hi all! So here is my very first model of the Shadowspear box set: The Master of Possession, painted in the livery of the Black Legion. I shared the box set with a mate because I was only interested in the new Chaos Space Marine models. For the time being, I will try to do as many models I can (don't know for how long I can stay motivated for Chaos :). Actually, I also have the new Abbadon model on my painting desk. But my next post will be for Haarken Worldclaimer instead, which was the first Black Legionnaire I painted. So stay tuned for some more Chaos and leave a comment or reaction below…
Creaking onto the blog today is this crusty old Rhino, sorry I mean trusty old Rhino. This kit has been on Games Workshop's shelves for what must be coming up to two decades. In fact, the Chaos accessory sprue that comes with the tank is even older! That's because the accessories were designed for the original MK1 Rhino kit. Rumble on over the jump and we'll chat some more about this OAP (Old Armoured Pensioner)More after the jump
In this post, we take a look at some Stark Miniatures as painted by Ullr’s Table for a Song of The post Stark Miniatures Showcase – Part One – A Song of Ice and Fire appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
It has not been long since Shadowspear dropped, so I left the Precipice to venture to Vigilis and see what all the fuss was about, and look what I came back with! My first finished Shadowspear model.More after the jump
I'm in a weird place at the moment with my Conquest project. I'm actually keeping up with the releases really well, but I'm getting behind with the blogging side of things. To get things back on track I'm sharing the Redemptor Dreadnought today, which I finished a couple of weeks ago. More pics after the jump.More after the jump
This is a very special occasion: I'm selling my treasured, White Dwarf featured Blood Angels collection I lovingly painted over the course of two years. The models above can be yours. Read on to find out more.More after the jump
Finally, my Silver Skulls Kill Team is complete (for now). This took longer than expected. I really need to find more efficient ways of painting... anyways, learn more about Sergeant Garev and his team, assembled by decree by Captain Krystofer of the 3rd Company himself.More after the jump
Warlord Titan & Armigers With the final details done on the Warlord I am going to consider these guys done for now, the bases of the Armigers are going to be matched to part of my diorama project while the Warlord will have his base painted to match a pair of titanicus warhounds that I am planning to paint up in the future to act as his hounds. Both armigers and the warlord next to brother Nixios who shares there colour schemeRex Monte with the jackal symbol on his left shoulder. On the right shoulder sits the heraldry of the...continue reading
Surprise! Did you see that coming? Of course not, because they are Raven Guard, covert warfare specialists... I don’t usually share my Raven Guard on the blog because they are my 'gaming army’ I paint them cleanly but simply. I do however love the Dark Fury assault squad from Forge World which I use as Vanguard Veterans in games. I was pleased with how they came out when I painted them so I thought I would share them with you.More after the jump
Hey everyone. Precipice news bringing you tales of a Xeno with more nose-holes than limbs – the ever creepy Urghul. More after the Mag- lift.More after the jump
Hi all! Today I present you a painted Mollog from Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire. These small warbands are really great fun to paint. I recommend this model to all AoS painters…If you like, please leave a comment or reaction below…