I came across this cool sketch of one of my Mechanical Spider Daemons on Instagram by dark_tech_ (Link). I really like it, and decided to share it on the Blog.
Thursday 27 October 2016
Sunday 23 October 2016
I've already shared pictures of these models, but I think some of you might appreciate a more neutral background. The lighting in the GW store was also a bit bright from above when I photographed the AoP display. These pictures have a more even lighting, making the colours and shades more natural.
Friday 21 October 2016
In the last post I showed you my Armies on Parade display. This time I'm going to show you some better pictures of the mutants I displayed there. I've been converting and painting mutants like this for over a year. Some of the models you'll see here have been shared on this blog before, but they have been rebased to fit the display board.
All of the mutants with the Mutant Herder in the middle.
I converted and painted ten new decease infected Mutants a couple of days before the competition.
My favourites from the new batch.
Some classic Mutants. Note the little mouths randomly placed on these ones.
The Mutants last year with repainted bases.
My favourites from the old batch.
The Mutant Herder with a new base. You have seen this one before, but it's one of my favourite models, so you'll see it again.
I also rebased my Slaaneshi Queen and her Brutes.
Lastly I have the Mutants I made as a replacement for the Schuttlings in Silver Tower. These guys have been cast from the kingdom, and are forced to live underground. They are still more human than the mutants above, but they are slowly headed in the same direction.
Wednesday 19 October 2016
I finished the Armies on Parade project just in time. I painted up a lot of models for this project that I haven't shared on this blog yet. I have pictures from my light-box of all of them, but haven't had the time to go through them yet. I'll spread them out in a couple of posts during this week.
The competition went well, and I got 2nd place!
Here are the pictures of my finished display from saturday.