A quick post for a quick conversion and I’m going for a quick paint. I shall only use inks, washes, tin bitz and white scar.
Here’s the current line up of what’s on my bench and it’s all about painting.
So we have The Blight Mother, an Anatomica Praebitores and a 54mm Inquisitor conversion, which has been going on for a while as I’ve not come up with a good right hand yet and it’s rather frustrating. So I’d like to ask all you talented people for some thoughts on what I should do. Parts suggestions and any ideas you would like to share would be most welcome 🙂
The descent into Chaos has begun! I hear the nurturing call of the Blight Mother, mistress of decay, chosen of Nurgle, the womb of plagues and she is sitting on my work bench primed and ready for painting.
I have been collecting grey bits for this project for a while now and I finally have enough ( at least to start with ) for my Nurgle army. This first model is a 3D print of one of my champions, the Blight Mother. She was an experiment that turned out well and I plan to offer her as a model to buy through the Black Earth shop very soon. More on that later.
So for now here’s the first pic of this project, one which I haven’t undertaken in quite a while. Building an army worthy of Nurgle!
As teased a few weeks ago, I have been busy designing a range of scenery and bits. I now have a few items that are currently in the printing faze and once that is done I’ll be able to make the molds and get the models up on our sites shop.
It has been slow as I’ve had to do what people refer to as “proper work” but I feel I have made good progress really and I hope you guys like what you see.
I will be adding more images in the coming weeks and updates on my progress as well as explanations about the various pieces and what they can be used for.
Feed back is more than welcome and yes I will be sending out some samples once I have them made. More on that at a later date, so watch this space.
Well I finnally got some time for hobby action and decided to paint my Pilgryme The Pentitent Heart.
On the whole I’m pretty proud of him, the only thing is the free hand and my need to get more practice in. Painting images on miniatures is a whole different ball game compared to doing it on paper, but with more ideas in the making and more armour to paint I will have plenty of practice 🙂
As for his fellow Pilgrymes they are on hold at the moment, as I find myself caught in an unavoidable descent into Chaos!