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Thorns of the Briar Queen Painted for Warhammer Underworlds

After taking forever painting Magore's Fiends, I managed to knock out my Thorns of the Briar Queen warband in short order. A major reason for the speed on this warband was the simplicity of the models, though very cool models, and I painted them more to tabletop quality. When I worked on Magore's Fiends, and especially my Ironskull's Boyz, I spent a great deal of time blending their armor. There's only 4 models in each of those warbands, so it's time I didn't mind spending. Hell, I put more effort into Garrek's Reavers than this warband as I worked on their...continue reading

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Showcase: Death Guard Plague Marines

Firstly, being November the 1st, it's my birthday today! What better way to celebrate than with a showcase post for you lovely people featuring my latest completed models. After the jump you can see more angles of these Deathguard as well as group photos of all the models from the first six issues of Conquest. More after the jump

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Showcase: Imperial Knight Adeptus Custodes

Hi all! Just wanted to let you know that I finished my Imperial Knight of the Adeptus Custodes. This is the fourth Knight I painted beside the ones for the Mechanicum and the Ministorum. For the left arm weapon conversion (I imagine some kind of fusion weapon) I used some bits from the Onager Dunecrawler and the Kataphron Breachers. What do you think? Leave a comment or reaction...

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Magore’s Fiends Painting Showcase for Warhammer Underworlds

After way too long, I've finally completed painting on my Magore's Fiends for Warhammer Underworlds. TL:DR - I had issues early on causing a set back, but they're all done now. I started them back at the end of July, and between life and painting mishaps, here we are way later than intended. Previously, I had two of the warband done and sealed. However, likely the serious humidity we were having or I didn't shake the can enough, the always trusty Testors Dullcote went on shinier than it should have. Normally I could live with a bit of a shine;...continue reading

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