Had this gruesome lot sat on my desk for a while, waiting for their bases to be painted. So decided to get them done. I love these sorts of models, so more of this kind of thing please Games Workshop!
I am back to painting half finished projects from the pile of glory (shame). I have three Obliterators waiting to get done, but I thought I would get this fella done first, as he was built and converted as one model, with no sub assemblies. It was a bit of a pain to get to all the nooks and crannies, but pretty happy with him!
Third and final five man squad of Word Bearers Legionaries for my army. I don’t think I will ever fully assemble a marine ever again before painting it, been a nightmare!
No Word Bearers force is complete without it’s spiritual compass that is a Dark Apostle. And the new set kicks ass, so it was high time I got round to paint one!
I actually enjoyed painting the cultists he drags along with him more than I did the Apostle, still an amazing mini though.
This is the second, of three, small Chaos Space Marine squad for my Word Bearers. I have tried to keep up with the balance of quality and quantity with these guys. So have built them before painting them, and tried not to worry that they aren’t “as good as I can get them”.
Quick “boy band” pic with them on a white background! 😀
I have finally got round to painting the New Fabius Bile model. He has been a bit of a favourite of mine since the Mark Gibbons artwork (posted at the bottom of this article).
I wanted to achieve a contrast on this model between Fabius’ skin coat, and his own actual flesh. He is so riddled with the Blight, that I wanted his flesh coat to have a more vibrant skin colour than his living flesh. It’s a great new model and a lot of fun to paint. I would have liked some faces on his skin coat, but that’s my one and only small gripe!
I don’t get much time to paint this time of year, but I have managed to “quickly” paint a Chaos Lord up for a friend’s birthday. I say quick, I am that busy at the moment this took me about a month.
I have actually painted this miniature once before, and I decided to mix it up a little bit, and changed the colour scheme a smidge.
Managed to get a little bit of this chap painted. Just working through the colour palette for him at the moment, some of his skin is likely to be fleshy coloured, as I always like there to be a hint in there that this used to be a man.