Tag: Miniature Sculpting
We love miniature sculpting and often work with greenstuff as a medium. These articles show our sculpting projects we’re working on.
I've been doing some painting on my Chaos Possessed unit that I converted a few years ago. It's a big experiment, but I'm having fun with it.
Here is the second update on my Dreadtober 2017 entry, my corrupted Nurgle Redemptor Dreadnought. I've done a lot of sculpting since the last update.
The 6th update on my Chaos Land Raider conversion. Some more details have been added, and it's almost time to start painting it.
In this 5th update on my Chaos Land Raider conversion I have added some daemonic flesh to the hull. It has a great realistic and random look.
The fourth update on my Chaos Land Raider. I've sculpted on some more details, and I'm finally getting closer to completion with this monster.
Here is the third update on the Land Raider I'm converting for my Chaos Space Marines. I've done more sculpting work to hide modeling issues.
Here's the second update in a string of updates to come for my Chaos Land Raider that I'm converting, and doing some sculpting for.
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 my Alpha legion army where I’ve “completed” a little over 4000 points worth of models.
I wanted to show you how I made cobblestone bases simply, quickly, and easily for my miniatures. You only need a few tools to do this and the results are awesome.
The process for modeling a Heresy-era Land Speeder for my Warhammer 30K Blood Angel army. Going for an old-school look with it.