I couldn’t help but notice in my recent update post that my Primaris Captain still hadn’t had his base finished. I didn’t want to resort to just painting it grey and sticking some rocks on it and pretending it was an urban landscape. So I read a tutorial by GrimBases
Thanks to Lord Commander Eloth, I’ve got a few special characters to work on from Indomitus. Aside from the Chaplain who is the older model/sculpt that I swapped with Eloth. In my humble opinion a Chaplain without a helmet is a tragic waste! All these guys have some subtle conversions
I made some small steps of progress with Primaris Marines today. I managed to get a couple of base coats on. Slow and steady wins the race and all that!
I’ve been a bit lax here the past few days/weeks – I think people can understand why; life has taken a hectic turn. Keeping up with everything hobby related and blogging has been a bit more difficult. Juggling personal stuff and home-life had always been a task in itself and
I managed to get round to photographing some of my finished models properly today, so figured I’d share them on here. It’s a very satisfying feeling getting a model finished and stored away on their army shelves and getting another step closer to being ‘finished’ with the army – makes
These challenges are so much daily updates, but more an as and when I get round to them! Honestly, anything to keep the hobby going and working on different things is all good to me. I’ve had this Ironclad Dreadnought on the go for a while now and figured doing
First Commission of the year and it’s a tank! I really love painting tanks now that I have my head around how to do battle damage. I relished the opportunity to try some in a different colour. I love the colour red, and have been enjoying painting the Blood Angels,