The Mantic Battlezones terrain continues, even if it's becoming obvious I'm doing all the small jobs to avoid painting the main buildings. All the same I'd like to share the walkway I built to allow units to cross from one building to another. One thing I'm really keen to have with my new terrain is… Continue reading Mantic Battlezones Walkway
Just another bit of scatter terrain from my Battlezones kit. Not much to say really, fun to paint but I'm not sure it has a very 40k feel so I can't say if it'll get used much. I like it though.
Swelling the ranks of my Imperial Guard army the Sevastus 71st (finally given them a name!) comes my second Veteran Guard squad. Same process as before but this time I was a little more careful about applying the wash and used a thinner, slightly blue wash. This saved me a little time on the highlights… Continue reading Reinforcements: Second Veteran Squad
What a joy it is to paint some different colours for a while! After months of painting blues and greys I switched over and blasted out some servitors to join my Enginseers. I picked up the Space Marine Techmarine set and made a few minor conversions to remove heavy weapons rather than buying all the… Continue reading Resistance is futile! Servitors for my Guard army
I think I'm getting better at doing tanks for my Imperial Guard army. They are actually really fun and quick to paint and I've actually got 3 others on the go at the same time - I just finished up this one and have a bit of detailing and weathering to do on another. I… Continue reading Second Chimera complete
Another quick terrain piece from my Mantic Urban Quadrant to go on my growing 40k table. A simple paint scheme which I stared by carefully highlighting the edges before giving up and just drybrushing then covering up areas that were too chalky. I don't have a picture yet but the sandy colour on the bottom… Continue reading Mantic Battlezones “Aegis” Defence Line
Picked up this for my gaming table, mostly my terrain will all be buildings so I wanted something to add a little diversity to the terrain. A simple resin model that I just finished up - simple drybrushed and washed paint scheme. - Callum