Im not sure when i finished the Dreadknight but i think its more than three years since then. It was just a model i wanted to paint ever since. 56 more words
Tags » Warhammer 40.000
That sounds inappropriate, doesn’t it?
It’s not. Not really. I spent Sunday recording a guest slot on m’colleague Michael Disley’s new YouTube series. He plays Dawn of War 1 while I gob off about the Grim Darkness of the Far Future, our tragic past as fanfic authors, and The Best PC Game Ever. 31 more words
While trying to re-learn the intricacies of Warhammer 40k again I remembered what a pain it is to show a vehicle as being “wrecked.” Many makers, including Citadel/Games Workshop, make “wrecked” markers, but none of these ever seem to have the gravitas necessary to show the drama of an exploded tank or burning transport. 409 more words
Trying something a bit different with this lad: painting before full assembly. I’ve learned from my experiences with the Helbrute that reaching past armour to do flesh is Not A Good Idea with the methods I’m using, and all of these discrete pieces are ‘separate’ from the Prince’s actual body, so there’s no need to fret about filling in gaps like I usually do. 380 more words
I love Warhammer 40k, but not everything about it. One thing I’ve always had a bit of a problem with is the Imperial Guard. I get that they’re supposed to be a lesser force compared to the Imperium’s Space Marines, but it’s the 41st Millennium, man. 844 more words