Just before Christmas (Christmas Eve to be exact) I managed to paint up the Witch-King of Angmar as a test scheme for another project. I have limited myself to greys and silvers, and wanted to see what the outcome would be.
Sadly, just as I was finishing this mini, the household came down with Papa Nurgle’s blessing, and the only person spared from his gifts was myself. So I didn’t have time to snap a pic or anything as I have been trying to look after everyone (badly) since he was complete!
I have had this model for my Sisters of Battle army sat half painted for well… god knows? And in my continued quest to get all the minis finished in my pile of shame (Hahahaha – as if), I decided to finish him.
I also thought it would be cool to do a fancy classic background in photoshop for him, so I did just that!
I have been moving house for the last few weeks, and I finally have my camera and desk all set up and (nearly) ready to go. I painted these chaps ages ago, but only now have I had the chance to snap a pic of them.
Work continues on the boy’s T’au army. He had this pre built crisis suit donated to him by his uncle, so decided to paint it up, so that it doesn’t languish on the pile of shame. The weapons are magnetised, which is not something I personally like to do, but it did help with the painting side of things!
I have completed another miniature for my son’s T’au army. Odd model this, why does he have a sheathed knife raised into the sky? There have been some odd poses in many a wargaming miniature, but this is very weird.
My son and I have started playing games of 40k together, and he decided his army is going to be T’au. I am not a huge fan of the T’au range of models, nothing specifically wrong with them, but never appealed to me to paint them. However I was surprised with this Ethereal test model, it was quick and quite fun to paint!