A quick update on my Glottkin progress, I have now finished the second rider, Ethrac the wizard brother. Next up onto the monster, which is daunting but hopefully will be a fun experience!
Hey guys, I've just finished painting an Imperial Guardsman of my own custom regiment. I wanted a more gothic look than stock Cadians, so I went for custom bits: Medieval Helmets and Short Coat Legs from Anvil Industry's Trench Fighter ranger that we reviewed here.
I want my regiment to compliment my small Blood Angels collection, so I sticked to black, bone white and red. Nevertheless, it wasn't that easy to find a paint scheme I was happy with. I experimented with bone and red lasguns, and several approaches for painting the grey coats, until I settled on the paint scheme seen above. I imagine my regiment to hail from the Baal system, but I haven't come up with a name yet. Maybe you could help me out? What do you think?
Following up our review of Anvil Industry's brilliant Trench Fighter and Regiments Infantry range, today we have a look at their Exo Lords Armoury: fondly designed Space Marine compatible resin bits and weapons. We have combi-weapons, heavy weapons, chain axes, muzzle flashes, and more – after the jump.
Hi all! Today I would like to show you my Foot Knights, which were converted from Stormcast Eternal Liberators. Two more to go to complete the squad. What do you think? Leave a comment...