Hi everyone, it's been a while since my last post. Times have been very busy and hectic but luckily I'm still able to get some hobby done. For a while, I've wanted to look for an easy Space Marine scheme that isn't time-consuming. I really love Paul Norton's Iron Ravens and how he has painted the silver metallics so I wanted to give it a shot thus I chose the Dark Angels successor chapter the Guardians of the Covenant to try it on.


You join me today as I start my journey of Conquest, Warhammer 40,000 Conquest to be precise. For the unaware Conquest is a Weekly Magazine subscription in the UK where they send you 4 issues once a month. Each issue will include models, paint, hobby equipment and/or terrain. You can see more in a video review I made here. Otherwise, join me after the jump to hear me explain why my Ultramarines are looking a little green around the multi-lung gills.


With the jetbikes finished (apart from a final check and transfers), I moved on to the pilots and weapons. The Farseer I saved for last. Really looking forward to ticking this unit off my list. I had these sitting in my cupboard for quite a while, and as they are quite complex models, I always adjourned them. What do you think? Leave a comment or reaction below.
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Hi all! Today I have a WIP of Astreia Solbright, the new Lord Arcanum for the Stormcast Eternals.
As you can see, Astreia is missing because I just worked on the Dracoline so far :) I sticked to blue hues for this beast (Temple Guard Blue washed with Druchii Violet basically). Also, I spent a decent amount of time painting the base because there is a lot of detail you need to take care of. What do think? Leave a comment or reaction below…

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