Monday, June 30, 2014

Dogs of War: Mercenary General (Conversion evolution)

Now I want to show you the Mercenary General of my brothers and mine Warhammer Fantasy Dogs of War army. This character is almost as important as the Paymaster in a Dogs of War army, as the lads need someone to lead them even if their motivation is locked down under a key inside the Paymaster Chest.

I call our General "Alonso El Valeroso" (Alonso the Brave) and as other of our miniatures this one has also evolve during its existence. Below you can see the uptodate version.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Blood Bowl Minotaur Painted

In this post I like to show how one copy of our Blood Bowl  Minotaur looks like after I've painted it.

Usually, my brother is the one that end up painting our miniatures. However, in this occasion it was me the one that painted it even if it was my brother who did most of the sculpting.

It has been a while since I wanted to paint this model, but until next weekend I never got around to do it. I would probably have wait even longer to paint it if I hadn't say I will participate in a Conversion & Paint competition of a Spanish forum. Seeing the deadline really getting close was what got me going, even if I finally not going to present this miniature to the competition.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Imperial Guard Defensive position made with cardboard

A long time ago in one of the Games Workshop website version they use to post tutorials in how to make your onw scenery and terrain elements for free among other really interesting stuff that with time has disapaired and been forgotten. One of those tutorials was the one that I have followed to make the defensive position that you can see below for my Warhammer 40000 Imperial Guard Army.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Skaven custom made Doom-flayers and Poisoned Wind Mortars

This post contains the skaven weapon teams conversions made by my brother for his Skaven Warhammer Fantasy army: 2 Doom-Flayers and 2 Poisoned Wind Mortars.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Step by step: sculpting some legs with putty

Before I end up with the design of my fantasy football chaos warriors, I tried to do other warriors with other designs that I never finished because they weren't what I was searching. This tutorial show how I made the legs for one of these fail attempts.

You may already know some of the pictures as they are the same that I used to explain how I sculpt chainmail in an earlier tutorial.

I started to sculpt the legs making the feet (truth be told the feet of the picture below are from another attempt but they are quite similar)

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

My Night Goblins army

Well after in this hobby buying a few 5th edition bretonnian miniatures, I end up collecting a few goblins to make together with my brother a big orcs and goblins army. Later on, with the 7th edition battle for the skull pass game box, I manage to create an all or almost night goblin army.

You can see more or less in the picture above that this night goblin army is composed from around 150 miniatures, and what is most impressive is that I manage to paint them even if the paint job is quite bad. I also have more goblins but they aren't night goblins so I'm not showing them to you right now.

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