I’ve been itching to play Ogres in Blood Bowl for quite a while. Basically, since 2016 when the game was re released. However, there’s no team for Ogres and we only have 2 Ogre models to date from Games Workshop, well one is Forge World. So, that leaves doing conversions… Read More »Blood Bowl Ogre Conversion & Sculpting Showcase
Miniature conversion articles for what we’re working on for our armies, mostly Warhammer 40K. Including some tips and tutorials so you can learn.
With #MonsterMarch3 coming to an end, here’s what I’ve finished. In total it’s 11 models that I completed for the community challenge.
Using my newly acquired skills with sculpting, and with some conversion work, I have begun working on my Wild Riders of Kurnous for Age of Sigmar.
The time is nigh for some of the antagonists to rise and for the first diorama to be plotted out.
While playing Dark Heresy with my group of friends as the game master I had a few questions about what things looked like from a couple of those who did not play 40k that much. As such an idea formed, one where I could first create models to show them… Read More »Creating a Rogue’s Gallery Diorama for Dark Heresy – Part #1
I bought the Chaos Rotten Dedicated Transport Conversion Set and the Chaos Spike Tracks from Grim Skull Miniatures and here’s my review.
The painting process begins. I intend to try to imitate and corrupt the colour scheme used by one of my gaming groups armies. The main dreadnought will be painted like his black templars only rusted and corrupted to serve a darker purpose. The Painting Time to experiment with weathering powders.… Read More »Dreadtober 2017 – Corrupted Nurgle Redemptor Dread (Part #3)
I have finished my Praetor conversion work, and the model is now painted as well. I’ve also done some work for Battlefleet Gothic.