Check it out) where i shared some thoughts on what i would like to see with the next skaven update. Its rumored that
YouTube videos was where i add up all my Skaven army to see how much i had. I was surprised that without any lord or hero upgrades i had 1479 points. I did build my skaven for gaming or tournaments it was just whatever stuff i liked or could get off Ebay. Skaven usually have a LOT of
Nurgle has been crazy generous the last few weeks! First we had Putrid Blightkings & Gutrot Spume and then we had Nurgle Maggot Lords but this week we got the mighty THE GLOTTKIN! This model does not fail to impress from the pictures and the big guy is one of the other two guys brother!!! Anyways enjoy the review!
The last couple of weeks i have been looking atg the new Games Workshop releases on YouTube and they seem to be pretty popular compared to my other videos. I will try upload one every new release and TRY to remember to upload it here aswell. My reviewing skills are not the best but im getting better and im still figuring out a good format for the reviews (eg my last one ran 20 minutes for 3 models!) so from now on i will video each new model separately. Enjoy!
A while ago i painted some Skaven Stormvermin and i only did 5 from the box. I hadnt really planned on when i was going to get the rest of the box finished but since i had finished the Night Runners the only thing i have left to finish for my skaven army (apart from the skaven zombies conversions) is a Hellpit Abomination and the rest of the Stormvermin unit. So im going start painting some of them as part of some late night painting sessions (long term plan is i could do this hopefully as a live show).
For the robe the base coats were
Added more color starting with a 1:1 Charadon Granite & Ushabti bone
Then just layered the color up adding more Ushabti bone to each layer each time
Ok so after taking soooo long with these two Crypt Horrors i finally got them finished today! I'm happy with the finished results and i used balsa wood for the first time on bases too!
The bone, nails & spikes color was
Dhenab Stone base then
A Agrax Earthshade wash
Another layer of Dhenab Stone but leaving the recesses
I have 2 Crypt Horrors to paint up (the other one i did a while ago for my Crypt Ghoul unit) and i wanted a nice mid tone green on them.
The first base coat colours used was a 1:1 mixture of Knarloc Green and Orchide Shade
The END TIMES models from GW are awsommmmmeeeeee!!! The Nagash model itself is stunning and i really wanted it but the price and the fact i have a TON of models to get through and keep me busy ment i can miss this one (but fingers crossed for new skaven or box set soon). Anyways enjoy the videos!
I have only just got a detail pen after a friend recommend using one for the model in the video and they are great! There perfect for writing on the pages of books and purity seals on space marines.
Supreme Lord of the Undead is getting a release soon. The last time a Nagash model was released was before my time with warhammer but i recently read up on this guy when the rumors came out. This guy is
The head i chose for the model was the hair blowing back to give it a powerful look and the top of the staff was cut off and replaced with another piece from the kit (the flames).The colours used were :
First off this is a really great kit! Well worth the money and some nice spare parts for your High Elf army. Pretty much staying with the standard color scheme (well so far with the body)
I do use GW's old paints because i have the old mega paint set but here is a link to a conversion chart
Decided to record a late night painting session, unfortunately im a slow ass painter and didn't get as much done as i hoped i would! But i nearly got the Corpse Cart finished with just a few small pieces to finish it off
Finally got the warboss finished! After been sick with a bug i didnt get work done on him for a few days but im happy with ho he turned out!
Well its that time of year again for WarbossTaes July challenge. Last year i did some High Elves for the challenge so this year i wasn't sure what to do and i brought out a few choices!
As part of a painting challenge on YouTube i did a unit of vampire counts crypt ghouls and i wanted to give them special bases. I did a cobble stone base on them and they turned out pretty decent. I hope this helps people and inspires you to add more on to it for your own!
A quick tutorial on how how to remove paint from models.
This is a great tip for wanting to repaint old model that you did years ago that could do with a new paint job.
Just got the SKAVEN Zombie unit. I'm happy with the unit especially that each model stands out by its self. But the base work is what im a little disappointing with but i did the last ten the same as i did the first ten just to keep them all with the same continuity. Enjoy!
I have been working on getting some more zombie Skaven done recently with 10 more left to finish the whole unit of 20. The swords conversion bits are from Vampire counts skeleton sprue. I went with rotten flesh colour on the skin instead of doing some a green color. These are still a work in progress but when there finished i will post more pictures of the finished models and the unit of a whole. I'm still working a center piece for the unit to tie in with the fluff im working on so stay tuned! These are still work in progress models!
IDICBeer 40k: Terrain Square Competition (Final Seven): Nick speaking, Going back to the beginning of March and you may remember that I had a Terrain Square Competition over on my YouTube Channe...
Just finished some skeletons for my Vampire Counts army and tried something different on the sword and the musical instrument and they didn't come out to bad (well the sword at least!).
I recently took part in +IDICBeer terrain challenge on his youtube channel. The challenge really brought out a lot of brilliant terrain pieces and i enjoyed doing it! Below is my last video entry and a few pictures of my finished piece
Just in-case anyone was wanting to know how i painted these guys i recorded a painting tutorial on how i painted the Skaven zombies. Enjoy and feedback welcome!
For christmas i got the Vampire Counts battalion set and you do get a fair amount of models in it! Im going to unbox each unit from it in a 4 part video set.
VAMPIRE COUNTS UNBOXING: PT 1 SKELETONS
Bit of an update guys. Havnt been painting the last few days thats why i only have 2 more finished. I think these came out pretty decent and now that i know the colour scheme i will be using i should be able to get the rest done a bit quicker.
The deadly duo!
The deadly duo!
Well guys its officially 2014 and im sure the hobby world is flooded with new year projects. This year mine will be mostly to build and paint a minimum 2000pts of Vampire Counts. Ive been wanting to build a VC army for a while and this year is gonna be the year i do it. So far i have just a little over 1000pts of stuff bought (just waiting to be be made and pained now!) so over the year i will be doing some unboxing's model reviews and maybe some painting tutorials. I haven't worked out a 2000pts list yet but i'm mostly gonna be working on the core units for now. I do have a small few bits painted from last year already but what i have now:
- 1 VC batallion (which includes 20 skeletons, 20 crypt ghouls, 10 dire wolves and a corpse cart )
- 2 boxes of crypt horrors
- 10 skeletons (made and painted)
- A wight king (made and painted)
- cairn wraith (made and painted)
- Isabelle von Carstein
- A broken zombie dragon kit. (if needed i will fix it up and try make it look good)