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  • Adeptus Custodes Shield-Commander WIP

    This is labeled as a work in progress, but the model is basically done, barring a couple of touch-ups, and actually attaching it to a base. By-and-large, the process for most details were as per this tutorial from Cult of Paint: The gloves and many other parts of the scheme were also painted this way. […]

  • Adeptus Custodes Custodian Guard + Vexilus Praetor WIP

    Continuing on with my long-neglected Custodes, I started repainting the miniatures I had already started on the project, to match the same process as used on the Shield-Commander. The gold has come out very slightly different to on the Commander, but I put that down to not pushing the highlights as much, and starting from […]

  • January Catch-up: Adeptus Custodes Shield-Commander Conversion

    It’s the last belated January post! this time it’s a conversion, and something an extra bit special (to me) – a custom Shield-Captain/Shield-Commander to lead the Adeptus Custodes force I’ve had as “work in progress” since at least 2018. It’s based on the amazing Bastian Carthalos miniature, with parts from across the Custodes range. The […]

  • January Catch-up: Necromancer

    The last miniature painted in January, but not quite the last of my January Catch-up! (Yes, I’m conscious we’re nearly halfway through February) After painting up all those skeletons earlier in the month, I needed something to lead them. I’d had one of the heroes from Cursed City sitting on my shelf for a while, […]

  • January Catch-up: Terrain-apalooza

    In a burst of unexpected productivity, I built on the success of clearing some of my terrain backlog by… painting some more, smaller, terrain pieces! First up was some “Sector Fronteris” terrain. I’d been itching to try our Lupercal Green and Sons of Horus Green, and this seemed like the perfect oppotunity. Both colours were […]

  • January Catch-up: Azyrite Ruins

    I’ve had these ruins sitting waiting for paint for well over a year. Originally they were going to be a creamy sandstone colour, but I liked my 40K ruins so much, I used much the same recipe again. The wood was painted with a wash of Snakebite Leather Contrast Paint over a dark, warm, grey, […]

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