Tag: Khorne

Commission: Blood Medusa – 2

Another commission, this one for Blood Medusa – also via Twitter! I have drawn Blood Medusa before as a Daemonette. It was a pleasure getting to draw her again as a Khorne Daemon, this time. I took inspiration from Valkia the Bloody for the armour and the likes and drew

The Pack returns

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

Skullcanon

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

Crushing the Blood

This week, I have managed to finish off the last two Bloodcrushers – the other one was painted ages ago – but I’d base coated these two a while back and figured I wanted to get them done before picking up something else. I’m over the moon with how they

Skulltaker

It’s been all about the blood and skulls here lately! I’ve taken the plunge to finish off some of the models for my Daemon army. It’s mostly a ‘showcase’ army. As far as I know each daemon God now has it’s own book and I’m not even sure they can

Path to Glory – Battle one

Lord Commander Eloth and I have started a small Path to Glory campaign. My Cities of Sigmar vs his Khorne Bloodbound. I’m using it as a means to understand both Age of Sigmar and Cities while growing my army. I am guessing Eloth is using it as a means to

Twitter Give-Away Pictures

I ran a give-away a little while ago on Twitter as I was looking for people to help me branch out from just doing Space Marine busts – which I do love doing but I fancied a change and to show that I don’t just do Space Marines. The winners

Revisiting a Champion

When I originally posted about this particular model, I really struggled to capture what I wanted. I had struggled with the Depth of Field aspect of capturing him. So, when I got my new camera the other day, I was eager to give him another try! I am humble when

fstops

Image wise, this might be a bit of a dull post to look at – sorry for that. After my blunder with not remembering which way round fstops worked and how they effected Depth of Field I wanted to have a little experiment. Setting my Canon Eos 20D to aperture

Warriors

  This was taken during the same session as my previous post so I was still suffering from my exposure, depth of field and aperture issues. But, out of the images I took this session I think this is the one that I felt was closest to what I am

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