Saturday, August 4, 2012

Oldies but goodies

So here's a few pics from the years past - some old mini's that I painted and are stashed in the back of the miniature display case.  I also found this picture of a visit from a gaming buddy of mine - we unearthed the old gaming table.  It is amazing how that table seemed so much bigger back then.  Also, too, the stickers kind of date us...

Anti Paladin

Champion of Tzeentch

Champion of Tzeentch Conversion

Dr. Who 2nd Doctor - Patrick Troughton

Warhammer Fantasy Empire Archer

Warhammer Fantasy Empire Greatsword

Warhammer Fantasy Empire Green Knight

Warhammer Fantasy Empire Blue Knight



Gnome Fighter

Ice Elf Warrior

Mage Champion of Tzeentch

Mage Tzeentch Conversion

Warhammer Fantasy Mercenary


Minions of Nurgle


Vintage Grenadier Paladin

Purple Horror of Tzeentch

Skaven Assassin

Skeleton with Halberd

Tzeentch Mage

Tzeentch Mage on Flying Disc

Simple Woodsman

Friday, June 15, 2012

Into the fires of battle, unto the anvil of war! - Salamander Army in Progress

So my son is going to field a Warhammer 40k Salamander 1500pt force for an upcoming 40k Tournament at the end of the month.  We've been working on his force and aside from two Tactical Squads previously finished, here are some more recent additions.  Upcoming will be a Land Raider, 2 Assault Squads and a Chaplain... stay tuned for pictures coming up.  I will also be fielding an Imperial Guard Army and one of the Desert-themed units are pictured here as well (the scheme was inspired from the Cordra Hydratus Jaroon forces).  All units Games Workshop, Priming by Army Painter, Paints by Games Workshop and Valejo.

Salamander HQ stomping the remains of a Slaaneshian
Salamander Dreadnaught with multi-melta 

Friday, April 20, 2012

WAAAGH! Da Orcs.

So here's some before and after shots of the orcs from the Blackfire Peaks 40K starter box:

The entre blackfire peak Orc units (save for the 3 helicopters) were done in roughly 2-3 days and only because the Army Painter varnish (strong tone) was used and took some time to properly cure.  It is recommended to let them cure 24-48 hours before using the Matte Sealer (Army Painter).  These were all base-coated with simple single-color base coats using Vallejo paints, then dipped into the Army Painter Strong tone varnish, dried for 48 hours and then matte-coated with Army Painter Matte Spray.  The entire force is game-table worthy and looks fairly decent.  Coming up Imperial Guard Jouran Dragoons with 'Desert Mirage' paint scheme, Salamanders and other vehicles...