Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Demon commission = finished

Close to a year and half after I started it, I completed my friends demon army. Thank god he didn't need them in a hurry and was patient with me.

Without further ado, here they are.

Khorne Soulgrinder

Tzeentch Soulgrinder

Flamers of Tzeentch

Horrors of Tzeentch



Herald of Khorne

Screamers of tzeentch

Skulltaker on a Chariot

Skulltaker not in his Chariot

Bloodcrushers of Khorne

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Back, with new stuff, of all kinds

Hey guys, been a long time, but I have been busy.

Finished my friends demon army, which will be showing up here soon.

But for now, here is a mixed bag of projects that have shown up recently.

First, Rogue Trader Marines, these are the 1st 4 I have finished, with a ton more to come.

Next up, a dreadnought I started a few years ago as a command dread for a dread mob. He has a KFF built into his body, but I will be using in the FW Dread mob list.

And to go along with him, 3 killa kans, built with grotzookas from Irondog. Sweet little weapons and they fit very nicely with the old style kans.

And to lead the 2 mobs of spanna boys, 2 new meks, one with a KMB and the other with a burna. Both have heads pulled from the stompa sprues.

The mek with the KMB has a big shoota boy backpack, with a custom banner pole with the old gorkamorka buggy banner top.

And the Mek with Burna.

I also picked a Kill Blasta, and while I wait for a few parts to show up and worked on the kommanda and gave him feet, so I can use him in the tank, or out. Feet are from an AoBR nob and one the the regular plastic nobs.

And to top it all off, a Meka Dread. I built and painted a Mega Dread a while back, so when FW released this guy, I knew I needed to get one. Its an awesome kit, so much detail all over, and it goes together quite nicely.

And to end this with a very random thing, an Eldar Scout Walker. I saw one of these pop up on dakka, and new I needed to find out how to make one. I found out that Citadel Journal #8 contained the instructions and rules (for 2nd edition) for them. So after a few days of searching the internet I found a copy of it and when it arrived I set about making it. And it's pretty awesome.

More stuff coming soon, I promise.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

FW Grot Tanks

These little models are great, tons of parts and sweet detail. Wish they came with more weapon options, or at least duplicates of tasty nibblets like the grotzooka and rokkit launcha. I'll be magnetizing each weapon option in case I can find spares or if I make up new ones.