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4 February 2018

Daemons of Khorne: Bloodletters WIP (Part 2)

Hello everyone!
Today in this post, I will continue to show the process of painting Bloodletters for my Daemons of Khorne army. Earlier, I already showed several steps of painting them. You can see them here (click the word). Now I will show next stages of painting. 
As the next step, I washed metal parts using shades - Nuln oil for silver details and Seraphim Sepia for bronze elements.


Then I painted teeth using Army painter Skeleton Bone and washed them using Seraphim Sepia.


Next step was to paint tongues, I painted them using Xereus purple, after that I washed them with Seraphim Sepia and made some highlights using mixture of Xereus purple and Violeta azul from Vallejo.


Further, I made highlights on the rest of details. To highlight skin I used Wazdakka red, for black crests, claws and horns I used Mechanicus standard grey and to highlight metal parts I used Runefang Steel.


Now few words about the process of painting bases for Daemons. I bought new texture paint just to try. I liked the result so much, that is why I decided to make all bases for Daemons in this style. First of all I added Armageddon dust to the base and waited until it dries.


After that, I washed it twice using Agrax earthshade.


Then I applied highlights with Skeleton bone using drubrush technique.


Here you can see finished variant. 




Later I am going to show closer photos of all miniatures from this squad.

9 January 2018

Hobby recap of 2017

Hi everyone!
Today is January 9, 2018 and all of us made few steps in New Year.
First of all, I want to say - Happy New Year and Merry Christmas to all of You. I wish you many bright and positive moments in the New Year. I wish You a lot of inspiration, may all Your dreams come true!

Time has come to summarize what I have done in hobby during 2017:
1) I started two new projects. They are - Rogue trader project and Daemons of Khorne. First project is a commission one. I am painting models for a tabletop game called Rogue Trader for my friend. And in previous year I started new army - Daemons of Khorne.
2) I wrote 12 posts here. I showed both the old models that I painted earlier and the new ones, which I finished during 2017. I did not have enough time to show all models that I painted previous year, so I am going to present them later.
3) I painted 40 miniatures. I painted only 15 models a year ago, so it is nice result for me. And I hope to beat this result next year. Here are models that I finished in 2017.

Fenrisian Wolves


Battle Spaceships for Rogue trader



Seneschal 


Navigators


Wolf Guard Sergeant 


Ork Warmaster


Necron Warriors


Daemons Of Khorne Bloodletters


I did not have time to make photos of Necron Warriors and Khorne Bloodletters. I will show them to you later. 

I wanted to add; this time I made two separate messages - about Anniversary and later (now) about hobby results during the year. I did not sum up the results in October (in Anniversary post), as before, so I had two additional months to paint and to score more finished models. And it is the secret how I painted more miniatures than earlier. However, since this year I am going to make Hobby recap in the end or in the beginning of the year. 

Now a few words about 2018. This year I am planning to finish Space Wolves army (one of the oldest), to finish Rogue trader commission project and to paint more models for my army of Khorne Daemons. Moreover, I am going to finish something from what I have already begun, if only I have free time. So many ideas, so little time. 

Thanks to everyone.
Good luck in 2018!

9 December 2017

New project: Daemons of Khorne

Hi everyone!
In this post I want to tell you about new project that I started some time before. It is connected with the Chaos Daemons, to be precise with the Daemons of Khorne.
In the beginning of autumn, I found out several boxes with Daemons of Khorne miniatures. I had Start Collecting - Daemons of Khorne box, Daemon prince and Bloodletters. Therefore, I decided not to wait any more and started to paint them. 


I chose Bloodletters as the beginning of this project. I have 20 miniatures of Bloodletters in total. Below in a few sentences I want to show the process of painting. 
I started with the swords, I airbrushed them in bronze separately from the miniatures.



After that, I glued models all together and cover swords with the plastic wrap. Then I airbrushed them in Khorne red.



Next step - I made highlights using airbrush with the mixture of Khorne red and Troll slayer orange.



After that, I washed models twice using Carroburg crimson.



For now that is all. I will show progress with these Bloodletters later.

26 November 2017

Ork Warmaster

Hello everyone!
Today I want to show you an unusual miniature that I painted earlier. It is Gormakk, Ork Warmaster from Raging Heroes. How did I get him? My friend gave this miniature to me for a commission painting project, but in the end he was not needed for that project, so my friend just left him for me. I had spare time that is why I painted this ork. 
Some words about this model. I like Gormakk, because he has dynamic pose, nice detailing and ferocious appearance. This model fits Warhammer 40000 on the role of a warboss or just and ork commander.
I painted him in dark blue colors and I like the result.






Some details on photos above are not visible, because miniature has a bent pose. That is why I decided to make some closer photos, and here they are.