Monday, March 15, 2010

Necron BFG Fleet

As a hobby painter I do a lot of commissions for people. This recent one was done for the GW Chicago Battle Bunker. Apparently some contest winner won their choice of a free painted army, and they chose a Necron Fleet. I thought I would post the pics I took before I handed them off.

The Fleet was actually done with all GW paints which is unusual for me, because I'm a big proponent of Reaper master series.

The Metal was done by first basing the model in Tin Bitz, Then drybrushing Boltgun, Chainmail, and Mithril.

The Pyramids were Tinbitz, and line highlighted with Shining Gold, Burnished, and a tiny bit of Mithril

I then inked the whole model with with a 25/75 Thraka green and Gryphon Sepia, waited for it to dry. Then I did a Badab wash.

The green gauss effects were Orkhide, Snot, then a 25/75 mix of snot and skull. As per request, the little spark actions were added with a simple line of skull white.

The bases are Georgo 1", 2", 3" rounds. I printed some NASA starfields onto some sticker paper, and with some fancy Exacto handywork, stuck em on.

The models were connected to the base with Brass rod.

Now onto the models.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Kislevites part 3

Well these are the final bits of Kislevites I have currently completed. I hope to finish up the rest soon. This is Winged Lancer unit 1 of 2.

This is my Kislevite Steam Tank, hopefully I can get better pics, It's so huge it barely fits in my lightbox. The Mammoth itself is from the heritage museum.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Kislevites part 2

Continuing from last post, here are two more units of Kossars (The traditional type) with full command and boyars The last image is The Adepticon model from a few years back, I thought she'd make a good boyar.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Kislevites part 1

When I was putting together my kislevites, I knew that in order to really have some fun, I had to play with some Empire units. I decided that I should have a grand theologinist. This is the unit I decided to put together.
I mainly use this unit as militia with two hand weapons, The Grand Theologinist is the Old Glory Vladimir the Turk Slayer.

The majority of the unit are the Warhammer Mordheim Kislevite range. If it wasn't for my love of these Kossacks, I would sell the unit and retire, seriously, look at how much they go for on the Ebay.

The other figures are militia with a bunch of green stuff.