Lately, picking up anything hobby related has felt a bit more like a chore than an enjoyment – part of why the art has been coming thick and fast compared to hobby related stuff. I walk past my Blood Guard army several times a day and each time I feel
These pretty doggys didn’t take as long to start and finished as I thought they might. What held them back was waiting for the paint on the bases to dry and crackle ready for drybrushing. I’m really pleased with how they all turned out though! Looking back through my archives
And I thought the Bloodcrushers were intimidating models! Yikes, this was a biggie!! I really enjoyed painting this one though, once the base coats were on it was pretty simple to paint. I think the hardest part sometimes is blocking in the colours and getting a good mental image of
I have some WIPs to share today! A Bloodcrusher and a Skullcanon. I started the Bloodcrusher I started few months ago before my hobby attentions changes, and put the layering paints on at the turn of the New Year. All that remains is to base it and it’ll be up
Some more WIP images to share today.I have finished some of the ones from the previous WIP post aside from basing so I don’t feel too guilty for having started more models! I feel like I have been neglecting my Space Marines lately, so I started a couple of heroes.
As mentioned in my previous post, I was recently brought some old-style nurglings by Heretic Deb. These Nurglings, although not these exact models, were the first thing that I brought in Games Workshop Peterborough when I originally discovered the store way back in 199X! I remember spending hours looking around