Category Archives: painting

How to assemble and paint an army in a month (or 2): Quarantine not included.

So if you’ve been following along some of you know I’ve been collecting White Scars, and painting them for about 3 weeks as of this writing. I have had 3-4 games with them as well, and although I am working from home right now, I have been extremely busy with work, and was actually on a technical course (taken remotely

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My 40K Prospects for the 2020 Season.

Well we’re getting close to 2020…. er, I guess I should say we’re a few months INTO 2020, and I haven’t seemed to fall in love with anything I’m playing. I like to rant with the assistance of pictures, so let’s have a look at what I’m painting, and considering. First up the joke that has become the Custodes. I

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Hobby Update of the Damned: New Thousand Sons, and a Sorcerer.

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to update with some new painted stuff. These aren’t the best pictures but the timing is good since the release of “Ritual of the Damned” (Book 4 in the Psychic Awakening series). Starting with the man himself; Ahriman. He took a lot longer than I wanted, but he’s pretty much in every

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The Eldar Paint Scheme Continues: Struggles with the Wraithfighter.

So the Hemlock Wraithfighter is now complete, and usable. It was something where I wanted to tweak the main scheme a bit, but not deviate too far from the previous units. Keep it ‘scifi-ish’ without getting too goofy with the high contrasts I’ve chosen for the army. This is a more ‘fluid’ version of the scheme with a transition of

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Prot’s Eldar Scheme Finalized. The First Finished Models and Test Models.

Sometimes when I’m deciding on a scheme I get asked how I come up with my recipes whether it be my Ultramarines, or Custodes, or these Eldar. And I always say it’s just a little extra work but it goes a long way. What I mean by that is use a simple test model, and get the ‘uncertainties’ out of

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