Chaplain on a Bike

This model initially intimidated me. I adore Chaplains so I really wanted to do him justice – I mean, he is an epic model – but I wasn’t sure how to go about it. I streamed blocking in the base colours and part way through the process decided that the bike should be read. The…

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Hares and Dinos

We had a bit of a painting session this evening. I worked on three derpy dinos and the hare knight from Burrows and Badgers. These are both part way through the painting process, the hare needs a few more washes and then some layering work doing. The Dinos have been based, washed and dry brushed.…

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And the beat goes on.

It has been a while since I got the urge to do any miniature painting, but as with everything, it comes back around and the brushes get picked up again and project continue as though the time off never happened! Today, I continued work on the Stormblood Guard in the form of the Easy to…

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Shockingly Pink!

I did a bit more work on my Tzaangors last night. I did another couple of tests for the skin using some contrast paint – Volopus Pink. I was happy with how they turned out so batch painted them. The contrast is over a base coat of Fulgrim pink, which I’ll also use to layer…

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General on Gryphon

A slight break from book review posts! I’ve been working on this big beastie the past couple of days and finished him off today. Lord Commander Eloth took the day off for the kiddos birthday and we had a good old fashioned painting session while he was at school. I am overall rather chuffed with…

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Progress on the wings

Instead of spending time with Sharpe, I thought I’d fit a bit of painting in today, instead. I’ve been livestreaming a little bit while the kiddo is at school and it’s been helping to motivate me painting through the backlog. Today I picked up the Gryphon again for my Cities of Sigmar army and did…

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Keep on Intercessin’

Another of the Assault Intercessor squad done. 6/10 all done and dusted now. I took these pictures at the same time as the Inquisitorial Scribe/Herald, so they are of the same quality as he is, unfortunately. Still, I’m glad that another one of these models is going up to be shared on here. Progress is…

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The Retinue Begins

I finished the first model for my Inquisitorial Retinue this week – and ticked a model from the backlog. These models are a rather fun to paint. I don’t want them all to look uniform or like an army, more a bunch of people pushed together in the name of the Emperor! This is the…

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Bird!

I overcame some of the ‘large model’ intimidation feelings and started on the Gryphon for my Cities of Sigmar army this weekend. It’s mostly work on the underside of the wings that I’ve done so far – the rest of the model has been base coated with contrast Skeleton Horde and needs a lot of…

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Inquisitorial Scribe

Way back when, Lord Commander Eloth, Thunderkarn and I embarked on an epic quest to create our own Inquisitors and their retinue. The challenge was to make the characters out of bits that we either had or could find. Lord Commander Eloth finished his an aeon ago, I am unsure about Thunderkarn and I am…

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