Friday, December 17, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
With my Dark Eldar Scourges, I wanted to make a unique unit that was identifiable as belonging to the New Dark Eldar Range, but a simple scratchbuild. I wanted something dynamic, that matched the fluff, looked like it belonged with the rest of my army, but was clearly not just warriors with jump packs or repainted Craftworld Eldar Swooping Hawks.
My second Haemonculi is very similar in design to the Haemonculi Ancient except for it's Male and has some different wargear. The core Body is a classic male warrior with pistol, knife and Agonizer arms coming from primarily the Kabalite Warrior Box.
Friday, December 3, 2010
The core body is a classic Female Dark Eldar Warrior with her Shiva-like arms made from left over knife/pistol arm bitz from both the Kabalite Warrior Box and the Raider Box. The Splinter Pistol has been modified with styrene rod & shapes to represent a Stinger Pistol based off of Jes Goodwin's sketches. The Husk Blade is from the Metal Archon figure attached onto a Kabalite Warrior arm.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Monday, October 4, 2010
Here's some painted pics of my Chaos Infidel Class Raiders, flying Slaanesh Colors.
They are mainly out of the box with the only modifications being the afterburn I added on the rear engines, which I achieved by sanding down plastic rod into spike shapes, slicing them and gluing them to where the engines were.
Monday, September 27, 2010
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Here's a few pics of my Chaos barricades. They were made from Armorcast skull / Bone piles, random GW bits from the battlefield accessories sprue, misc. tank pieces, backyard rocks and Corpse Cart bits. The base for each pile was thick sheet styrene with a felt bottom (so it doesn't leave marks on my table)
This fountain was made mainly from COD bits. The equestrian statue was made from anything in my bits box that looked archaic plus some new Chaos Knights bits with the evil chaos stuff shaved off of him. The intention was that he was some honorable hero from Pre-Imperium days that was allowed to still be revered on this City of Death.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
He's a pretty standard Obliterator. Just a more Nurgle head swap, and some green stuff around the arm joints to blend them in more. Other than that, he's painted up the same way I painted the rest of my infantry. Many layers of washes over several base dry brush coats. Then details picked out.
I decided to incorporate some old 3rd edition metal Plague Marines into this squad.
I really still love the old power armor. All they needed was updated shoulder pads and weapons to make them match.
The dreadnought is a Forgeworld model displayed on one of my soon to be available bases from Tektonik Shift. Again, most of the touch ups here were inks, repainted the eyes / lenses, and rebased. I think I am finally getting the hang of painting lenses with a smooth transition.