I used to play 40k 6 years ago, and I'm slowly getting back into it. I used to play death guard in the 4th edition, and that is what I'm sticking too. Unfortunately, I have to start my army from scratch, as my old one got stolen (which is why I stopped playing the first time). My painting skills are getting a little better with each model, I'm slowly getting better with Milliput, and I'm slowly becoming more satisfied with my army.
I am open to suggestions on how to improve painting /modeling on the unassembled/unpainted models, so fire all your opinions at me.
One thing I would like to make a note of is that I paint sloppy, and then fix all the details at the end (as you can see with my Daemon Prince). I also paint in an assembly line fashion.
Here is what I have done so far:
Primed 28 Marines (5 Meltas)
Painted 13 Marines (3 aspiring champions, and 1 Melta)
Painting 1 Daemon Prince
Painted 2 Death Guard Rhinos
Painting 1 Death Guard Rhino
Painting 1 Standard CSM Rhino
Assembled, Primed, and partially painted 5 terminators
Converted 2 Possessed into Plague Marines
Converted 2 Possessed into Chaos Lords
Converting 6 Terminators into Obliterators (2 complete)
Unassembled 23 Marines
Unassembled 5 possessed
Unassembled Dreadnought (black Reach)
Notice the cartoony skull. I am going to implement this to all my standard CSM units.
Standard CSM Rhino (WIP)
Chaos Lords (WIP)
Terminator with Power Weapon (WIP)
Converted Plagues (from possessed) (WIP)
Daemon Prince (WIP)