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The Changeling

07/31/2017 1 comment

The leader for my Tzeentch army (at least until I get a Lord of Change) is finally complete.

The Changeling 01

The Changeling 03

The Changeling 02

This was a fun model to paint, I included a profile shot to show my first ever attempt at wet blending on the staff’s feathers and snake.  Not fantastic but a damn sight better than I’d expected!

I would very much like to paint another of these in a few years time using Non-Metallic Metal techniques.  Once I’ve learned them, of course 😉

Also, next time I’ll paint this in sub-assemblies, not doing so was a massive pain in the arse!  Fairly sure I invented some new swear words.

 

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Blue Horrors of Tzeentch

07/22/2017 Leave a comment

Blue Horrors 01

After getting their fiery little brothers done I’ve turned my attention to these chaps.  I basically reversed the scheme I’ve used in the past for Pink Horrors (more of these to come next week) and kept the detailing fairly simple as I had twenty of the buggers to churn out.  Of course, as I’m currently assembling more Pinkies, I’ll need more of these very soon…

Blue Horrors 02

Blue Horrors 03

Blue Horrors 04

Blue Horrors 05

You notice that I’ve acquired a Realm of Battle board. I picked this up and painted it at the start of the year and finally got to deploy it in anger last week.  I’ll put up some photos and a battle report in the next few days.

Brimstone Horrors of Tzeentch

07/02/2017 3 comments

This weekend’s been somewhat Horrific…

Sorry*

As I’ve got an Age of Sigmar tournament coming up next month, I decided that I’d need some backup for my Tzeentch chaps.  More importantly, I decided it was high time to conquer my fear of painting all-yellow miniatures.  I think I’ve done okay.

Brimstone Horrors 01

Brimstone Horrors 02

Brimstone Horrors 03

Brimstone Horrors 04

I painted these using The Duncan’s method which you can view below:

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Obviously mine aren’t nearly as good, I am but a mere mortal!

 

*Obviously, in no way actually sorry, shut up!

 

Goblin Referee

06/18/2017 Leave a comment

Always a sucker for ‘limited edition’ models, I had to pick up Forge World’s Blood Bowl Refereee set.  I managed to get this little guy done in an afternoon (it shows), but I’m fairly happy with the job.

Goblin Referee - Front

Goblin Referee - Back

As you can no doubt see, my freehand sucks.  I hope to get better and when (if) so, I’ll be sorely tempted to strip and repaint this.  However, there’s something a little charming about the crappy job I did, it’s as if the Gobbo took a shirt and decided to paint the lines on himself before the game 🙂

 

 

Orc Lineman

06/09/2017 Leave a comment

This is only second greenskin model I’ve ever painted to completion and I have to say I enjoyed it. 


I decided to paint up my Orc team in the colours of the Orcland Raiders because puns and also because I’ve never painted a yellow colour scheme. I think I’ve done alright, my aim is to get the linemen and maybe a specialist or two done by the end of the weekend. 

Screamers of Tzeentch

06/08/2017 Leave a comment

I’m attending an Age of Sigmar doubles tournament in August so I decided to get my finger out and get some of my daemonic backlog sorted. First on the list is the very easy to paint Screamers. 


These three took less than a couple of hours from sprue to finish, somehow I doubt the rest will be that easy…

Forgefiend

10/16/2016 2 comments

As promised in my last post, I’ve returned to my Drawer of Shame and resurrected another minute I started all too long ago.

I started this little beastie in August 2013, it was the first time I used the then-new Citadel Colour Sprays and I even blogged about it.  I quickly grew frustrated with this project as I’d made a schoolboy error in fully assembling the kit before painting.  As a result I gave up with but a single Ectoplasma Cannon painted and it languished in The Drawer for over three years.

Until last week.

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I’m so very glad that I managed to finish this guy, I think as a reward I’ll start on something totally new before venturing back into my long and inglorious history of half-finished projects.