Make do and mend – making a knock off praetor armoured assault missile launcher table ready. This thing needs some serious work.
Miniature Modeling (Page #2)
Articles regarding modeling, the stuff we’re assembling and getting ready for paint. We have lots of pictures to share of the work we’re doing. Most everything we’re working on ends up in here, be it assembling basic infantry models to scratch builds. There’s an assortment of modeling projects here.
I have created my first video for my YouTube channel, and it’s an unboxing of Warzone Resurrection from Prodo Games. Let me know what you think.
Here are some of my latest conversions: a Techmarine for my 30K Alpha Legion, and a Thundergryph Lord for my 40K Storm Hawks.
I have put together a collection of images showing off the various kitbashes, and conversions, I have done over my years playing Warhammer 40K.
I present to you, my version of Wazdakka Gutsmek, the infamous Evil Suns speed freak. This is completely converted, and not a stock model.
My personally designed space marine chapter originally started in the fourth edition space marine codex where you could choose traits to alter your force to your liking while having detriments. I loved the flexibility that those rules provided. I chose… Read More »Alternative Thunderwolf Cav: The Thundergryph Cavalry
How to magnetize a huge star wars X-Wing ship. Great way to make your model stand out and look cooler than all the rest. These kits are sleek.
For 10 years I worked on this project, a Mek on a deff-jetbike. It’s painted in an Evil Sunz scheme because red ones go fasta.
Hello again. Android here with the first of my new army progress updates. After stagnating with my painting over the last couple of months, I’m going to start sharing my progress to gain some motivation and tips! So, below is… Read More »Alpha Legion Army Showcase for Warhammer 40K
I wanted to talk about Insta-Mold. It’s a cheap, and easy to use, molding compound that’s great for duplicating parts. See my review.
This Themed Workbench article goes through the concept and creation of a Star Wars themed army for Warhammer 40k including models and rules used.
Part one of a series where I take a look at a themed army from the initial idea through to completion, this time with the ultrasmurfs.