Monday, 30 November 2015

Fulgrim & Slaanesh Emperors Children

A couple of months ago, I made a small squad of Emperors Children, based on FW's Palatine Blades squad, to go with my converted Daemon Fulgrim. When I began converting my new Slaanesh Lord, I remembered that I hadn't posted the Slaanesh Emperors Children Squad. I also got myself a new lightbulb, which makes the photos brighter and less yellow. Enjoy!

Monday, 23 November 2015

WIP: Chaos Lord of Slaanesh

Tonight I felt like starting a small new project. Even though World Eaters are a lot of fun to paint, I don't get to convert them much. So I wanted to make another small heavily converted warband in between working on the WE. 

I looked trough my many bitz boxes, and found Fulgrim's legs. They are what's left from the FW model from my daemon Fulgrim conversion. When I had the legs in place, the other bits started falling in place, and I came up wit this. I also made a small henchman of some kind (who needs to be heavily Slaaneshified)

Thursday, 19 November 2015

WIP: World Eater Contemptor Dreadnoughts

I started painting the Contemptors today. Here is a quick mobile photo of the progress. Hope you like them.

Thanks for looking!

Monday, 16 November 2015

WIP: Betrayal at Calth boxed set

When the Betrayal at Calth boxed game came out, I felt it was about time to get back to my Horus Heresy World Eater army. While waiting for the box, I kit-bashed a gladiator themed veteran of some kind. I think he will be the sergeant of my rampagers, if they're allowed to have this weapon combination. I'm not sure, but he will at least be a sergeant of some kind. The torso and right arm are from the Blood Reavers in the Age of Sigmar box, the shield is an ogre belly protector (or whatever the metal things on their bellies are), and the rest are some FW bits I had laying around. I'm quite pleased with this one, so I think there will be a squad of similar looking models for him to lead. 

I also made a pair Contemptor Dreadnoughts. I forgot to photograph them before priming, so that are quite dark, but you get the idea. 

When I got the Betrayal at Calth set, I started to play around with the bits, and made myself a squad of Destroyers. What really annoys me with the box, is that they all have GW's classic Space Marine poses. No running poses, and only one pair of arms able to hold two separate weapons every ten models. This probably works with most legions, but not World Eaters. I want my army to be running towards their enemy, waving their chainaxes around.
Even though they look a bit too relaxed for my taste, the destroyers turned out alright. A thing that is quite great with the set, is that you get a lot of the MKIV helmets with the breathing stripes pointing downwards. These helmets look a lot angrier than the regular ones, which make them work great in my army.

Lastly I made some changes on the Praetor that came with the box. I'm not sure if lightning claws are the best choice game wise, but he looks mean, which is more important.

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Great Unclean One in Warhammer Visions 22

Pictures from the Scandinavian  painting competition; The Fang, was featured in this months Warhammer Visions, and my entry was among them! I was quite pleased with the Great Unclean One I painted last year, so I'm extremely happy to see it featured in Visions. FW's Great Unclean One, is by far my favourite Warhammer model. I actually have two of them in my collection, and thought this was a fitting time to post some new photos of the pair. 

My favourite part on this model, must be the huge axe. Note the clockwork gears inside of the rusty weapon.