Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Some oldies

The following are some older models of mine I have found. Most are in need of a rebase and most are also in need of some minor repair and touch ups.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Eldar and completed Goblins

So I've decided to put paint to my Saim Hann as well as continue with my goblins. So like your typical person I picked the biggest Eldar thing I had built. Unfortunately it happened to be an Eldar Scorpion II Heavy Grav Tank :S

Now for some actual completed models. Here are the first 7 completed night goblins. Woohoo I now have completed 9 models this year :)
You may also see in the background that I have also put paint to the fairy model for my girlfriend as well.

Saturday, 21 May 2011

More goblins and little fluttery buggers!

Well I have more miniatures in progress. This time its more goblins seeing as how im now addicted to them and I also have a model to start for my girlfriend.

These are my rather amusing front rank for my night goblins. They all have so much character and I look very much forward to having these painted up.

Goblin King. He's a big bugger and in the game I may have him use the stats of an Orc warboss because he is so huge!

Some of the Goblibs (and a few orc's) I have ready to be sprayed/painted. I also have 2 complete Skull Pass's to sort up as well :P

My first spider rider in progress. Gonna be painted to a gaming standard with a tiny bit of flair.

And finally I am painting this little cute miniature for my girlfriend as she loves fairies :D

Monday, 9 May 2011

Goblins are invading

I have always had a soft spot for the green hordes in particular night goblins. So with that in mind I managed to grab two skull pass boxes at an exceptionaly cheap price.

I love the moels in that box. They are not of the highest quality, but they have character. This is my first completed one and am quite pleased with it. The photo washes out some of the colours but I i take it with my phone. Anyways comments an critiques welcome as always.

Monday, 18 April 2011

Forgeworld Avatar Started

So I have had this model sitting for some time. ever since Forgeworld released it I wanted it and not long after that I purchased it. Now for years I have only painted under the rule that I must try to paint an army. This has not got me far, but since I recently went ah screw it and am now painting what I want to paint, I thought i'd give him a go.

This is work in progress and I am still learning how to get the whole glowing burning magma effect going but so far I am exceptionally pleased with the result.

Feel free to comment and so on and if anyone wants to know how I achieved it I will let them know to the best of my ability. For those of you who are thinking 'did he undercoat it?', I did however I used army painter's grey undercoat. I then ran a thin coat of bad moon yellow over all the magma parts so there was a very light internal colour to show the almost white hot heat of his interal gubbins.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Scurrying Skaven

Ok not a brilliant picture, but you can see what's going on. Both the camera and the light were conspiring against me. Really going to have to get that painting desk set up that I keep saying I am going to do. Will try some better pics once I do some more work with them.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

My own bases

I'll be honest, I am the first to go and buy funky resin bases for ease of use and the fact that they look great. However I have decided that I can model my own, so I should save some money for a change and actually do that. They dont need to be fancy, just different from a bit of sand and static grass.

Here is my latest attempts:

Let me know what you think?