Argh, this Baneblade has taken me a long time to complete! I think three years in total. I did start it when I first got it – I did the build and LEDs back then. It was then camo patterned with an airbrush and left for three years. But we are here now and the Baneblade (plus others) is now completed! This is my first completed model [...]
This article is a quick and simple tutorial for replacing your plastic, rigid Warhammer 40K antennas with wobbly antennas – because they look awesome.
I’m not really sure where this article will go, it’s essentially about how I paint when it comes to time, motivation and organisation both physically and mentally. I hope someone finds it useful and can draw on it to get their own stuff done! So now I will witter on about how I paint…
Today I got my three Forgeworld Heavy Mortars completed for my Catachan force. These little guys were a joy to build and paint. I say build, there are about four parts to them including two wheels.
I’ve now done with creating puddles for my Forgeworld Heavy Mortars. And so it’s time to document the process for me and for others to learn from.
Rather coincidentally I’ve just done my own Psychic Awakening as Games Workshop are releasing their own Psychic Awakening – I’ve recently completed three Primaris Psykers for my Astra Militarum force.