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alex_mac47 04-18-14 09:46 AM

Coronan 51st Grenadiers Regiment
 
After a few years of shelved/limited hobby, I restarted my Imperial Guard (IG) army in January - just in time for a number of my newly crafted units to be discounted/removed/changed by the new Astra Militarum (AM) codex release - sigh! So I am going back to the drawing boards for a list and simply enjoying converting my army again unit I can work out a new list based on the changes AM have brought to the table.

My list centres on the Coronan 51st Grenadiers Regiment, 4th Brigade (Bde). They are based on the ice planet Coronan and specialise in combined arms and light mechanised urban breaching in cold weather climates. Unlike other IG regiments that specialise in extreme cold weather climates such as the Valhallan Ice Guard, the Coronan 51st trade some of their cold weather gear to improve mobility and survivability whilst fighting in urban terrain.

The paint scheme I am running with:
http://i.imgur.com/vYrQFSr.jpg

A preview image of 2nd Platoon:
http://i.imgur.com/X1j7dEf.jpg

GrimzagGorwazza 04-18-14 02:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alex_mac47 (Post 1683322)
After a few years of shelved/limited hobby, I restarted my Imperial Guard (IG) army in January - just in time for a number of my newly crafted units to be discounted/removed/changed by the new Astra Militarum (AM) codex release - sigh! So I am going back to the drawing boards for a list and simply enjoying converting my army again unit I can work out a new list based on the changes AM have brought to the table.

My list centres on the Coronan 51st Grenadiers Regiment, 4th Brigade (Bde). They are based on the ice planet Coronan and specialise in combined arms and light mechanised urban breaching in cold weather climates. Unlike other IG regiments that specialise in extreme cold weather climates such as the Valhallan Ice Guard, the Coronan 51st trade some of their cold weather gear to improve mobility and survivability whilst fighting in urban terrain.

More to follow - WAIT OUT.


Looking forwards to seeing more of this, my own guard are a light desert army so it'd be nice to see a light winter army as a contrast.

As a heads up it's probbably worth mentioning that all project logs are meant to have some images in the first post just to ensure that we don't end up with pages and pages of people saying they're going to start X project but never getting anywhere. Still it seems like you've already made some progress on these earlier in the year so there is no reason for not letting us see what wonders you are producing.

alex_mac47 04-20-14 03:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GrimzagGorwazza (Post 1683754)
Looking forwards to seeing more of this, my own guard are a light desert army so it'd be nice to see a light winter army as a contrast.

As a heads up it's probbably worth mentioning that all project logs are meant to have some images in the first post just to ensure that we don't end up with pages and pages of people saying they're going to start X project but never getting anywhere. Still it seems like you've already made some progress on these earlier in the year so there is no reason for not letting us see what wonders you are producing.

G'day Grimzag,
Thanks for the heads up - I am new to this forum process even though I signed up in 2009! I have uploaded some of the painting WIP. More images of the units to come.

I began working on a base of multiple infantry platoons (inc PCS') and HWTs but quickly realised that I needed some bigger guns if I was going to survive against tougher/high armour save armies. I am now building the support sections to provide that firepower. I have put a preference on aviation and sentinel assets in the first instance, then mobility (such as Chimeras) and then heavy support. I am also looking into artillery as the traditional friend of the infanteer, however I find it doesn't suit my urban construct as well due to the confined spaces and limited fields of fire.

If you are interested, feel free to check out my army page as it talks more about my army and its origins. https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...y&army_id=1034

alex_mac47 04-20-14 07:52 AM

Master of Ordinance and Priest Conversion
 
In early Jan I started working on my additional special characters to add some additional punch to an otherwise infantry heavy force. I prioritise work on a Master of Ordinance and Priest. I don’t like the GW MoO so decided to convert one, likewise the number of Priest models on the market.

The MoO I see as a self-contained artillery officer with the ability to call multiple assets’ firepower into the battlespace. As is commonly known, very few assets in modern militaries cohesively talk to each other and redundancy is also always factored for – this says to me that any one-man-army will need LOTS of different antennas. Hence I worked a number of different antennas into the GW Voxcaster backpack. Any one man with that much power at his fingertips would surely have an over inflated ego so I intend to give him reflective aviators as part of the paintjob. The parts I used for the remainder of the model are listed below:
- Legs from the the forgeworld Cadian Command HQ
- Torso and right arm from the GW PCS box
- Left arm and binos from the GW shock troop box
- Head from the Batalion Leman Russ sprue
http://i.imgur.com/ziUfNdd.jpg?1

I see the priest as a cross between raw close combat power (wielding an evisorator) and a zealot. Looking at the GW parts market I selected the Empire flagellants (a popular choice) as the base for my conversion. Whilst many other modellers have taken SoB components to make their eviscerator I opted for the chain-sword weapon from the IG Senintal. One didn’t have the impact I wanted so I made it with two and then integrated the components into the Empire flagellants two handed shaft with 1mm brass wire. For added an added ‘wild man’ effect I used the Empire flagellants head with shaggy beard and also utilised the 1mm brass wire to link the iron strapping around the head into the collar. I then added some shock trooper pouches to the back from a more 40k feel. The parts I used this model were:
- Torso/legs, arms, head from the GW WFB empire flagellants box
- 2x chain-swords from the GW IG sentinel box
http://i.imgur.com/xuq2JY0.jpg?1

Both of these were really easy and good fun to get back into the hobby. Strongly recommend others take some time to convert their own special characters to add a unique flavour to your army.

torealis 04-20-14 09:22 AM

Awesome conversions, great wire work.

Can you share the paints you used for that camo scheme?

Iraqiel 04-20-14 09:46 AM

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Great to see the rebirth of this regiment! I had a 12 hour hobby stint at the town's only GW yesterday. Had a quick game where I failed about every critical dice roll and discovered just how unreasonable mephiston's rules are.

Your conversions are excellent, I look forward to fielding my guard alongside yours one day in an apocalypse game - else across the table with a myriad of other forces.

alex_mac47 04-20-14 11:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by torealis (Post 1686434)
Awesome conversions, great wire work.

Can you share the paints you used for that camo scheme?

Thanks Torealis. I still have a large collection of the older GW paints. I am using Adeptus Battlegrey base with Codex grey and Space Wolf grey 'bunny pattern' patches. The armour is Bleached Bone with Kommando Khaki. I am just hoping I have enough to get through the hordes before I move onto the comparable new range.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iraqiel (Post 1686482)
Great to see the rebirth of this regiment! I had a 12 hour hobby stint at the town's only GW yesterday. Had a quick game where I failed about every critical dice roll and discovered just how unreasonable mephiston's rules are.

Your conversions are excellent, I look forward to fielding my guard alongside yours one day in an apocalypse game - else across the table with a myriad of other forces.

Sorry to hear the dice weren't in your favour today! I recall playing against mephiston a while back and watching a small piles of ash appear where once there were many guardsmen! One of the few reasons my Ultramarines moved to being Blood Angels - red also goes faster!

I am hoping we can band together again. I recall our last allied game went well against Comrade Weaks! Would also be good to have THAT much firepower supporting my hordes of infantry - I think I count about 120 either constructed or on their way (not including PCS/CCS or attachments)! It is going to be BIG!

alex_mac47 04-21-14 04:49 AM

Vehicle WIPs
 
I have had a change to do an audit on where I was with previous aspects of the Coronan 51st project and the following was found.

LRBT:
This LRBT was done in 2009 (almost completed) but is doing back into the workshop for some modifications. The sponsors and attachments (antennas, crew etc) have been removed and magnetised and some repainting will now need to take place to gap-fill my vandalism! No idea how to get the consistent coat and don't want to take it back to primer. This is the pattern I am now using for all the remaining models. The model uses all standard IG LRBT parts with the exception of the front sponsor which is converted from a HWT HB and crew who has a body/left arm from the IG FW crew update set, right arm from the HWT and head from the LRBT sprue.
https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.n...99128466_n.jpg

Valkyrie/Vendetta:
This flyer was started back in 2009 and was only undercoated for some time. I was unsure whether to continue the 'bunny pattern' camo on it or move to block tones on each panels, the common 'stripes' or leave it Adeptus Battlegrey with features painted in the remainder of the pallet. I opted for the 'bunny pattern' camo to match the LRBT. After the base colours were laid down, each rivet and component line was indivdually washed to create some depth - a time consuming but rewarding process. I enjoyed painting the internal details the most, with the 'dirty feet' effect around the ramp and side doors being build up by dry brushing with a combination of browns - darkest being where the most foot traffic would be.

All components are magnetised, including the wings for easy storage. I built the Vendetta lascannons using IG HWT components. I am quite happy with outcome so far. Still to do: loadmasters in the back, cockpit canopy and the base/stand.
https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.n...28705651_o.jpg

Medusa/Hydra:
This vehicle was only recently converted but went back into storage a week or two ago as result of decreased hobby time - well it is back out now! I have been wanting a Hydra for some time and decided I didn't like the FW version so converted my own - the new AM release was 2 weeks after I finished it...*sigh* In any case, I am rather happy with how it turned out, and I was able to make some additional modifications to the chasis as a testbed for my other vehicles using Tamiya fuel cans/drums and 1mm brass wire. I especially like how the detail of the driver closing his hatch turned out! This vehicle is again, magnetised, and can be used as either a Medusa or Hyrda. The vehicle will be painted in the same scheme as the LRBT.
https://scontent-a-sjc.xx.fbcdn.net/...01427745_n.jpg
https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.n...81444759_n.jpg

LRBT - Demolisher:
This LRBT was also only done a number of weeks ago but was shelved along with the Medusa/Hydra. It comes with all the upgrades magnetised (yes - I like magnets!). I also utilised a lot of spares from other IG vehilce kits to make each tank slightly unique - in this case additional antennas (you can never have too many!) and exhaust from the IG Baneblade kit. The vehicle will be painted in the same scheme as the first LRBT.
https://scontent-a-sjc.xx.fbcdn.net/...53171981_n.jpg

alex_mac47 04-21-14 05:04 AM

HWT WIPs
 
As part of the audit I also found that my mortar teams for 2nd Platoon were not actually fully painted. With skin highlights, washes and the mortar rounds still to be finished - then all glued into place. I constructed these back in 2009. I really like to convert my models so that each guardsman/platform tells its own unique story. In this HWT the central platform is the section commander with the radio and calling in the fire orders; the right platform is the rapid-fire platform with both members ready to load but shielding themselves from the current firing round; and the left platform was under construction at the time the fire order was given with the guardsman running back from filling sand bags and throwing his helmet on. The sandbags were made using two-part modelling clay and I intend to reuse this style/effect of sandbags with all my HWTs in varying styles.
https://fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.n...75471076_o.jpg

alex_mac47 04-21-14 05:20 AM

Chimera WIPs
 
My primary project at the moment is to finish off my two Chimeras (ordering a third in the not too distant future). I have not used these vehicles before in a game and am really looking forward to giving them a test run! These two are the spearhead of change from my former infantry heavy list to a combined arms/light mech list. They will also be more important now as my Vendetta (that I used to take) can no longer carry my Vets.

https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.n...13304180_n.jpg

The right hand Chimera is all but ready to start being painted. It is themed as a gun-runner variant and will likely carry my Vets or one of the clearance teams - the back end is appropriately kitted out for combat with combat net radio and weapons racks. The left hand Chimera will be more command orientated with additional antennas (YAY! ANTENNAS!) and the back end being fitted with a screen interface. I have magnetised some of the antennas/all the weapons/all the upgrade options and utilised a number of pieces from other IG kits; including the replacement of the driver's window with a slat-style viewing window from the IG Baneblade kit and more Tamiya fuel cans. I have also added modified smoke canisters from another IG kit (can't remember specially). An update will be posted once number 2 is complete!

alex_mac47 04-21-14 06:26 AM

Infantry Overview
 
So here is a quick image of my current infantry stocks (taken in Jan this year). I will be uploading more detailed images in the coming weeks.
https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.n...95953894_n.jpg

The basis of my force has always revolved around infantry squads in a conventional modern construct of 10 man sections with command squads leading. Once these are finished I will start work on a conscript platoon to offer the 'big blob' style infantry capability - I have at least another 40 guardsmen still in box for this purpose.

Old Man78 04-21-14 09:11 AM

Oooh that is some nice work there sir, love the conversions, have a cookie

Varakir 04-21-14 09:32 AM

Very cool conversions and a great colour scheme. Looking forward to seeing them combined :victory:

torealis 04-21-14 12:25 PM

A) you're a braver (or crazier) man than I for doing the interiors...

b) would be great to see some close ups of the mans.

Iraqiel 04-22-14 12:38 AM

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Ah i always loves those mortars. When i do one of my mortar HWT, i shall have to copy those sandbags.

alex_mac47 04-22-14 06:07 AM

Chimera WIPs
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Oldman78 (Post 1687858)
Oooh that is some nice work there sir, love the conversions, have a cookie

Quote:

Originally Posted by Varakir (Post 1687906)
Very cool conversions and a great colour scheme. Looking forward to seeing them combined :victory:

Thanks for the comments. This project has been dormant for too long and I am glad I have been gifted with the motivation to continue it!

Quote:

Originally Posted by torealis (Post 1688194)
A) you're a braver (or crazier) man than I for doing the interiors...

b) would be great to see some close ups of the mans.

I think I am a little from column A and a little from column B! I should have some more pics of my infantry up soon. Now that most of my vehicles are constructed (two Vendettas to go!) I will be bringing out the platoons to do a bulk undercoat and get back into the painting side of things.

The second Chimera was finished last night and I am pretty happy with the outcome - this is the 'command' variant. Again, all upgrades are magnetised. This one was done using the standard IG kit with the addition of some HWT components (internal crew compartment), IG Baneblade window (driver compartment), plasticard, 1mm brass rod and some more Tamiya fuel cans.
https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.n...28109509_n.jpg

Jacobite 04-22-14 11:04 AM

Loving the whip aeriel and the extra armor on the turret, nice work on the internal details as well, how easy is that going to be to paint?

GrimzagGorwazza 04-22-14 03:25 PM

Looking great, i don't think i have the patience to do the extra details in the interior like you have done. maybe i'll go back to my shadowsword once i'm back home to see if i can come up with some detailing that would add more character to it.

torealis 04-22-14 05:39 PM

A) love the way you've edited the pictures together, very cool.

B) have you considered more stowage? Tamiya do some awesome stuff that I've been covering my tanks in.

SonofVulkan 04-22-14 05:45 PM

Thats a lot of infantry to paint. Looking good so far, some very nice conversions.

alex_mac47 04-23-14 12:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jacobite (Post 1689706)
Loving the whip aeriel and the extra armor on the turret, nice work on the internal details as well, how easy is that going to be to paint?

I am thinking not very. I have left the crew doors separate at this stage for that very reason hoping to give me more access. However, you raise a good point for next time!

Quote:

Originally Posted by GrimzagGorwazza (Post 1690162)
Looking great, i don't think i have the patience to do the extra details in the interior like you have done. maybe i'll go back to my shadowsword once i'm back home to see if i can come up with some detailing that would add more character to it.

Strongly encourage it. I really enjoyed doing it!

Quote:

Originally Posted by torealis (Post 1690362)
A) love the way you've edited the pictures together, very cool.

B) have you considered more stowage? Tamiya do some awesome stuff that I've been covering my tanks in.

Thanks. What tamiya stowage are you referring to? I have only seen the refuel kits.

Quote:

Originally Posted by SonofVulkan (Post 1690402)
Thats a lot of infantry to paint. Looking good so far, some very nice conversions.

Yes, indeed it is! And with the paint scheme I have chosen I can see it taking some time! I am very hesitant to open the other 40+ still in boxes as I think that would break the painting camels back!

alex_mac47 05-01-14 10:56 AM

1st Platoon Painting WIP
 
Evening all,
Thought I would post a quick update on 1st Platoon's paint job.

I have 7 of one section completed and the remaining 13 still in stages of WIP. My painting process is as follows:
  • Undercoat Chaos Black
  • Tunic Adeptus Battlegrey
  • Codex Grey bunny camo layer
  • Spacewolf Grey bunny camo layer
  • Badab wash tunic (light-medium coat)
  • Fortress grey drybrush tunic
  • Bleached bone on armour and rifle
  • Chainmail on metal components (I have also tried drybrushing as the last step)
  • Badab wash whole model (light-medium coat. Less on tunic if heavier in initial wash)
  • Tallarn flesh on skin
  • Ogryn flesh wash on skin
  • Tallarn flesh highlight on skin
  • Codex grey on eagles
  • Kommando khaki highlights on armour and rifle

http://i.imgur.com/XDPio3U.jpg

Layering the bleached bone takes 2-3 thin coats for a nice finish - time consuming and frustrating given the 80 odd infantry still to go. I am starting to consider airbrushing the Adeptus Battlegrey to cut down on time and give a lighter base colour for the bleached bone/skin tones - hopefully cutting down on numbers of coats. I am also considering moving to Vallejo paints for a closer match to my older GW paints and a thinner finish (makes the bleached bone stage easier!). Thoughts/comments/experiences?

torealis 05-01-14 07:01 PM


Iraqiel 05-02-14 12:49 AM

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Dheneb stone/Ushabti bone is a high pigment base that works really well to undercoat for bleached bone, which may help.

alex_mac47 05-02-14 04:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iraqiel (Post 1705161)
Dheneb stone/Ushabti bone is a high pigment base that works really well to undercoat for bleached bone, which may help.

Thanks Iraqiel. Have you found the Ushabti bone needs to be thinned for an even/not claggy coat?

Iraqiel 05-02-14 08:53 AM

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I use a wet pallette so my paint is usually thinned incrementally without my deliberate action. some medium would certainly make it more even if it comes out of the pot though... maybe 1:5 medium to paint to just give it more flow.

alex_mac47 05-02-14 11:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by torealis (Post 1704433)

Thanks Torealis. Have you had any particular positive/negative experiences with any of the kits?

torealis 05-03-14 12:40 AM

All positive. Take a look at my plog, the last post I made has my tanks, most of the stowage is Tamiya stuff

Iraqiel 08-09-14 05:39 PM

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How goes progress, sonof47?

I'm doing a small, hard new company as my airmobile combat team. Played two games, lost one due to Cypher's fountain of points (was just using him for fun) and the second I won with a turn six break away - five flyer list at 2000 points, wasn't very strong on the ground but managed to divert enough fire power away to live. My biggest takeaway from these games - Bullgryns are amazing and you want 5.

alex_mac47 08-24-14 07:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iraqiel (Post 1845050)
How goes progress, sonof47?

I'm doing a small, hard new company as my airmobile combat team. Played two games, lost one due to Cypher's fountain of points (was just using him for fun) and the second I won with a turn six break away - five flyer list at 2000 points, wasn't very strong on the ground but managed to divert enough fire power away to live. My biggest takeaway from these games - Bullgryns are amazing and you want 5.

Greetings Iraqiel!

ALAS! I have been on a war gaming break again unfortunately. I hope to be restarting my addiction next weekend when another major project ends.

Bullgryn noted - I love the models so am trying to integrate them into my fluff - and then get some into the army.

However, my current focus is:
  • Get enough infantry painted to get some games going again
  • Finalise my 3x chimera (mobility section)
  • Redo my list with the new rules (I dare say it won't overly change my actual composition based on fluff but will make the game play army different - eg: No Sgt Bastonne etc)

alex_mac47 08-30-14 11:52 AM

I'm BACK!
 
Greetings!

I am back to it after many months of working a little too hard. Tonight, I decided to do a stocktake of what I have ordered since April. I am amazed at what I have found and that my bank doesn't seem to be showing where it all came from - double win!

I bought a random 'bits' lot off ebay some months back and forgot about it. Here is what I have found (after much sorting and sprue snipping)!

http://i.imgur.com/pYhPKYD.jpg http://i.imgur.com/cjjirLF.jpg

The first image is the most exciting with forgeworld bits, old valhallan vehicle crew, enough non-GW stowage to sink a battleship and enough LR sponsors to fit out a division! The second pic shows a number of IG hulls which unfortunately I don't have enough pieces to finish - but not hard to get and will also make good wrecks for terrain if I feel so inclined. I also now have a basilisk (will take some TLC to get up to scratch) but the parts are there! The stack of sprues in the second image are ALL LR/Chim accessories with almost no parts missing - WIN!

I also found:

http://i.imgur.com/yzc83I4.jpg http://i.imgur.com/mPSA5PZ.jpg

These will complete my vendetta SQN of 3 and that will be my first commissar (who seems to be a favourite since the AM codex was released). On that note, since AM was released during my 'hobby holiday', I am also working on a new list for the 4Bde formation to play with.

I also found:

http://i.imgur.com/Zo7aHlq.jpg

I will be opening a terrain log separately, but thought I should add the new bits here in the interim:

I have also got a long list of old things that aren't constructed, including:
- 3x sentinels
- 40x guardman
- 3x HWT
- 2x PCS

I think I have my construction work set out for the next few months, but the 51st Coronan are taking form again!

93rdSaphraDarkGuard 08-30-14 01:21 PM

Ooooh I look forward to seeing those Battle Tanks restored to glory. And I must say those FW Commissars have always been particularly badass in my book.

Tawa 08-30-14 01:58 PM

That's a lot of crack....

I must admit, I always had aspirations of being a (40k) tank restorer by purchasing chassis' like that off eBay etc and then getting parts in with a small budget in order to complete them :)
I look forward to seeing your progress! :good:

alex_mac47 09-12-14 01:12 PM

Alright team,

So with a little extra time on my plate this evening I have commenced the LRBT reconstruction project. With a spare turret dragged out of a bulk deal I picked up last week and a dig in my overly large bits box I give you the first restored LRBT to add to my collection.

http://i.imgur.com/gnKqDDP.jpg

The hull mounted weapon is exchangeable for any of the new-gen weapons and I will be adding some stowage/antennas and making a magnetised barrel for use as a regular LRBT. The FW turret does have its own charm so will ensure any modifications do not impede its natural beauty!

Thoughts? Ideas?

alex_mac47 09-13-14 05:53 AM

...and here is this morning's effort. Recovery of the chimera chassis in my early post into a functioning basilisk. A lot of destruction had to take place first with all the old style track system being taken apart, cleaned/trimmed modified and put back together correctly. I am particularly happy with how the loader and comms relay came out in this one.

http://i.imgur.com/xEhBuwc.jpg

As always, more stowage will be added and I will post the final product.

alex_mac47 03-03-17 10:15 AM

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Gents,

I am back at it again. With the Fall of Cadia and integral role of the Coronan fleet in its defence, the 51st are back into notoriety!

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...539711153.jpeg

I have done a stock-take again and the mountain of painting ahead of me is almost drawing a man-tear, luckily I have "inspiration " from a number of Inquisitors to guide me.

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...539251771.jpeg

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...8539094494.jpg

I have been working on getting my Inquisitorial force some transport and body guards and as you can see in the 'to do' pile, I have a long way to go. In my former style, lots of vehicle mods - including Taurox wheel mods from Blood and Skull Industries, multi-kit crews and Baneblade (the biggest) cupolas on the Taurox (the smallest) AM vehicle. Great fun!

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...8539224565.jpg

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...539271201.jpeg

I have also started playing around with press moulds with limited success, but great for replicating simple but desirable pieces.

alex_mac47 03-04-17 11:25 AM

Getting back into painting
 
Greetings!

Today's efforts have been fruitful with Iraqiel assisting in motivating me to paint again. Works include a number of sentinals (images to be posted on completion) and my Valkyrie, which has taken me far far far far far far far too long! Here's hoping the remaining 4 are a little faster...

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...26037344_n.jpg

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...63392822_n.jpg

I also managed to complete a few more little modelling projects, including Inquisitor Greyfax

https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...00723771_n.jpg

alex_mac47 03-11-17 03:33 AM

Sentinels
 
Greetings,

As I mentioned in one of my last posts, the Sentinels are coming along. The first six have now been built and magnetised - time consuming and I will be selective with the next few to just the weapon types I will be using when I field them all at once.

The first three are now painted. I have had a great time working with GW Dry and Texture paints for the first time and found them to really make things easier!

Let me know what you think:
https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...0527378_n1.jpg
https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...65901428_n.jpg

DaisyDuke 03-12-17 08:33 AM

Dude I am loving your camouflage pattern. The Valkyrie and sentinels are looking great. Keep up the good work and you'll be through your sea 🌊 of grey in no time.

Khorne's Fist 03-12-17 10:22 AM

That Valkyrie is excellent.


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