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  2. Farmer's Undead

    Some progress on the other two spirit hosts: The victims are all done with glow in their chests like before, and the spirits are ready for the blue layering - a time consuming process but worth it in the end. I've also been assembling the wraiths and have decided to make the Hellwraith stand out a bit more by elevating his mount a bit: Not very clear from the angle I took the shot but he stands out amongst the others quite well. @Sharkbelly Cheers mate, more coming soon
  3. Braggoth's Beast Hammer progress 2

    Thanks! Yep, the chaintrap is my favourite as well.
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  5. Conogre's Army 2.0

    Sorry mate, very late getting to this. Yes I absolutely caught the giant bug, I completed the Son of Behemat formation so I have 5 painted and the fall down template I worked on semi-recently. Been working on a dry brush only ethereal themed skeleton army for awhile now, but as of the last couple days have shifted back and started work on ogres again... like I need more.
  6. Farmer's Greenskins

    It's been a while! Some night goblin 'musicians' I converted for the current competition on Da Warpath: I've entered them as musicians but have decided that they'll make great additions to the squig herders instead. Here's the before shot: Inspiration came from a few things I've seen in China. The guy on the left is holding clapper sticks: I've seen these on TV in China. The audience usually have them so they don't have to clap all the time... The guy in the centre has a singing bowl: These are used in parts of Asia to help get rid of headaches and stuff by moving the stick around the inner side of the bowl and placing on the affected body part. Of course, banging it makes a loud noise and can therefore herd squigs reasonably well. The guy on the right has a flute (which kinda looks like a blow dart come to think of it). Cheers for taking a look.
  7. Painting Fimir

    Some work done on the metal.
  8. Sharkbelly's Ships and Sea Creatures

    I finally got a chance to set up some terrain on a new battle mat.
  9. Making Alternative Yhetees: video

    Hi everyone, I have put a video up on Ye Olde Battle Reps in which I show how I made some alternative Yhetee models: Making Alternative Yhetees They work out very cheap and quite easy to make. Hope you enjoy!
  10. Making Alternative Yhetees: video

    Hi everyone, I have put a video up on Ye Olde Battle Reps in which I show how I made some alternative Yhetee models: Making Alternative Yhetees They work out very cheap and quite easy to make. Hope you enjoy!
  11. WiP ... what is tabletop standard?

    Haha it sort of feels like it!!!
  12. Superb painting as usual. Looking forward to him 100% done. Cheers bud.
  13. Braggoth Beast Hammer in progress

    Just a small update of my Braggoth Beast Hammer progression. From the pictures the gore gruntas riders were nice, but mounts' pose was too relaxed. I wanted to make gore grunta mounts a bit more dynamic, like I did with mournfangs, but it is VERY hard to convert these models. Therefore I settled with grunta riders instead, giving one Brute's left hand and other mournfangs leader weapon and changing their head position a bit. I really like the one with two weapons myself. Here's the idea I wanted to make one of them: And the final result:
  14. maneaters and friends

    That slayer maneater is great!
  15. Mournfang conversion WIP

    I'm in the process of making a Braggoth Hammer battalion. I already had 4 mournfangs, so I wanted to make next models a bit different to get some variety. Currently I have 3 gore gruntas, but when I get the other 3, I'll make something similar with them. If the result turns out okay. I want to make some of them in rearing position, although repositioning their legs is much harder than it seemed. But repositioning the riders is even more difficult, because if a mount rears you lean forward. And I cannot turn them so, their gutplate gets in the way. I haven't found a solution for that yet. Otherwise I just kitbashed a lot: saddles and weapons from Stonehorn, something from gore gruntas etc.
  16. So some more pics of my Huskard on stonehorn. The reins and Blood vulture are finished and Huskard himself nearly there too. Only leaving the saddle mainly and a base to acquire and sort out. Hope you like him Hope you enjoy the pictures. Kind regards Zolas.
  17. First week without classes! Yah! Spent it doing some work around the yard, playing some games with folks, and playing music. Oh and I got these Preservers for This Is Not A Test painted up too. These are some grunts. They will likely get torn apart by mutants, cannibals, or other thrifty wasteland survivors. But at least they will do it in style!! Here we have the leaders of the warband - two of them in Power Armor. Getting things handled!
  18. Wurrgog Prophet painted

    Looks good buddy I would not have known you had lost any detail had you not said. Really like the brown skin
  19. It's spring! I mean it has been spring for some time but it's warm and the sun is out and things are growing. Spent some time this week working on a few landscaping projects. They take a lot more physical labor than the terrain landscape projects littering my hobby room. Didn't manage to spend much time painting minis as I was working on my final projects for the semester. Here's a peak at a WIP multimedia drawing: And here is the one mini I did get painted for the week - my test paint job for my This Is Not A Test Preservers warband named after X Files characters. Maximum nerdage! Not sure which one this is yet. Went for the slightly Fallout look. Probably too shiny but I figured those with the tech type stuff try to keep it looking good (and working). I might muck them up a bit still.
  20. Finishing up my current school semester and work is keeping me pretty busy right now. This week I only managed a little bit of painting. Here is a mostly finished (not the base nor the scroll) Plague Monk test model for my Pestilens AoS force. Decided to go for the classic gross greens and browns for my rats. Partly so they will fit in with the Nurgle Daemons and Chaos force I am also building up. I might go for a brighter bruised purple look for the Plague Priest characters... I haven't given their backstory much of any thought.
  21. Another week... another mini! This was a busy one but I did manage to get in a bit of Nurgle painting and gaming both. First up I have a test mini for my Nurgle Chaos Warriors. This one doesn't have a name yet. I wanted a dirty look but not too over the top with gross. I also wanted to add a bit of lighter color to get the miniatures to pop out. Didn't take too long and looks pretty good I think. Happy to get input! Had the chance to put them on the table yesterday and got a couple quick AoS 500pt games in with Furry. Mostly just learning our units and the game for an upcoming escalation/narrative campaign to be held this summer at the FLGS. My list was: Lord of Plagues (General) Chaos Warriors w/ Mark of Nurgle and Greatblades/Greatweapons x 10 Plague Drones x 3 Going in to the game I wanted to see how the fast moving Drones would fare, how the Chaos Warriors would stack up against a unit of 5 Blightkings (same cost), and if the Lord was worth taking as my General over a magic using Hero. First game as a capture and hold objective scenario. I sent the Plague Drones up to claim the middle objective and they were quickly met and engaged by Furry's Lord on Dracoth. I didn't expect them to make it long or do much damage but they managed to hold out and eventually killed the Lord on turn 2 after only losing 1 model from the unit. Fly power! After taking out the Dracoth mounted enemy the remaining flies were met by the Lord of Plagues who decided to take the fight to the Sigmarites inbound on their position. Charging in the Lord of Plagues made short work of the followers of Sigmar. Even with just 3 attacks the Rend -1 and D3 damage made short work of them. He's a gross little Ogre! Leaving the terrain the same we set up for game 2 which was another objective capture and hold type scenario. This time I wanted to get the Chaos Warriors into combat to see what they were made of! Get ready boyeesss! We've got fliers incoming! Back in the middle a mighty scrum kicked up with the Plague Drones taking on the Lord of Dracoth again and this time it looked like they might die to the razor sharp claws of the beast... though a couple lucky saves kept them in the game. Meanwhile everyone else piled up below them to hit each other to death. Swinging a mighty 20 times with their Greatblades the Nurgle Warriors dealt 10 wound though the Sigmarites managed to save against almost all of them even with the Rend -1. The Lord of Plagues kicked the rest of them down and the game was won.
  22. Savage Big Boss and Wardokk conversions

    Very nice and dynamic! And loving the colours! Good work!
  23. Spiritseer!

    Just finished my Spiritseer:
  24. Gallery Uploads

    Couple of Orruky armies by Lysandestolpe: Great Gargant conversion!
  25. I've been very busy with the work and school and homework and not really sleeping schedule though not so busy I can't update this here blog!! This time around you get two weeks in one! Last last week was a fun bit of time painting the Nurgle Slugbeasts. Here are they in their not quite done glory (still need to add some gloss to them): I had fun painting these squirmy old slug monsters. I hope they perform well on the table as they slime my enemies.... Speaking of performing well... it's that time again! Time for Dog Bowl! This is the 5th year I have run this event with Furry and if it's like every other year it will be a great time. I happy coaches seem to enjoy the "underdog" boosting rules for the tournament and I am happy to see them playing teams that often get no love in the "competitive" scene. This year we also decided to do a fun little thematic Bloodbowl 7s match set in the Realm of Chaos. Depending on how it is received we might expand upon this for next year. Hmm... I wonder what these two Chaos Warriors could be for? It seems they have something on their minds... Oops! Or should I say Rats!?
  26. Ironjaw Gargantuan Squiggoth: Complete!

    Much appreciated folks, this is by far one of my favourite projects to date and I'm glad it worked out. Just gonna keep painting more Destruction, the best Alliance Waagh!
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