Time for some updates.
Well at first here is my third Deathwatch-Member:
It's cool to see the small improvements over time. Especially faces are now a real joy.... I keep repeating myself, aren't i?
While i still didn't manage it to shoot the finished scouts and my finished 5 30k-marines; here are some WIP-shots of actual stuff.
At first, there's this Scriptor-buddy i got cheap via ebay some years ago. The armor got a little bit to dark to fit to the rest of my terminators, but on the other hand, it fits to his special status, together with my first approach on cork-basing, better pictures will follow.
Although i wanted to go for the next 5 30k-marines next, somehow these guys popped onto my painting-bench. You can never have enough scouts...
Beside this i re-arranged my collection of bits and started to give some old tanks new live.
I still have some pre-based old and new rhino-kits here, together wild old metal-tank-stuff (thanks to ebay.... again) and tried to make something out of it. Main-problem is, that the pre-owner of the old rhino-kits really tried to mess them up. Luckily he didn't used a melting-based glue, so i could take most of the bits i don't need/replace off with a sharp knive. Nevertheless, these tanks will get a very hard weathering, to hide some of the old scars.
First i thought about putting the metal-parts up on the new rhinos. But the scaling-difference is quite hard, especially at the predator.
And last but not least, after nearly six months my order at chapterhouse studio arrived, so i can finally start working on that gunship :D
But wait, what's that?....
Seems like FW isn't the only one with resin-problems. Right now i can't guess how difficult this will be. Maybe it'll be easy to fix by heating the parts up with a hair-dryer. Does anybody here have experience with resin-fixing?