Oh yes, he’s done! He’s the biggest! He’s the baddest! He’s the one and only KAVOR THE ASHEN! I showed the conversion a week or so ago and had to slap some paint on him. I had to repaint the JUGGERNAUT! after I’d done it in black because it was just not working. I figured the […]Read More JUGGERLORD!
Finished up my Slaves to Darkness Chariot finally and boy am I glad it’s done. I don’t know if it’s just the older Chaos Warrior sculpts but I’m not getting that into this army. Don’t get me wrong I’m always happy to be sitting with a paintbrush in my hand but I find myself rushing […]Read More Slaves to Darkness Chariot
I decided that the standard “Khorgos Khul” Might Lord of Khorne wasn’t going to cut it for my heavily mobile cavalry army and converted him into a Lord of Khorne on Juggernaut. So much more fitting. It’s a simple enough conversion – I took Khul and cut him in half. Green stuffed him to the […]Read More Lord of Khorne on Juggernaut Conversion
With so much prep work being done it’s a good moment to actually finish a unit and just helps to keep me pushing forwards. I will admit I like the look of these guys but did not enjoy painting them at all. I definitely ended up rushing them a little and I’m glad they’re done. […]Read More Slaves to Darkness Chaos Warriors
After making my big purchase I’ve been working hard to get everything built and cleaned up ready to be painted. I have almost everything built up but decided to really get the Slaves to Darkness Start Collecting! box cleaned up first (with the exception of the Chaos Sorcerer which I wont be adding to my […]Read More Hobby Update 28/03/17 – Slaves to Darkness
I just finished up my Khorgorath Conversion. It’s not perfect but compared to the original Khorgorath Model I am loving the results. It’s a bit of a quicker paint job, not a speed paint by any stretch of the imagination but not my best work. At the first glance, the results are pretty good. His […]Read More Completed Khorgorath Conversion
I really enjoy starting a new army, that initial step of planning out the units that will be in it, the colour scheme, the little details. At first it takes a while for me to settle on a method that works both for how I paint and for the effect I want to achieve. Once I get […]Read More Working out the colour scheme for Celestial Vindicators