Thursday, 18 May 2017

Shadow War: Armageddon | Tyranid Prime Operative

The first miniature for my Tyranid kill team is ready for battle - a Tyranid Prime! This guy is based on a 2nd edition Hive Tyrant and will support my team in the time of need. The rest of the miniatures is already primed and fully magnetized. So, no excuses for further delays! Deadline is the 10th July, the day of our small tournament...




Sunday, 30 April 2017

Back in Business

It's been a while since the last update. What happened?

Well, I went to Japan for several weeks again. All in all, it was my seventh time there. 😅

I had a wonderful time and here are some impressions of my trip:




 



In the meantime, Games Workshop released "Shadow War: Armageddon" and my friend and I are pretty excited. Therefore, I excavated some of my old Tyranid miniatures. 

The kill team will consist mainly of second edition Tyranid warriors. In order to show the progress of the warriors accordingly, I will magnetize the miniatures as far as possible.

First magnetized weapons.
Some stripped miniatures.
Slightly converted Hive Tyranid aka Tyranid Prime.

Saturday, 25 February 2017

Deathwatch - Hammertime!



I am happy to present you my Watch Captain of the Deathwatch. I always wanted to build a model in this kind of exaggerated attack pose. As you can easily see, the bad boy originates from the Raven Guard. Unfortunately, he is still nameless yet. Any proposals?


Sunday, 19 February 2017

Deathwatch Venerable Dreadnought

Last Week, I got hold on a really cheap Grey Knights Dreadnought, although I don't play Grey Knights. 😅 
Instead, I converted the model slightly and painted it the last evenings, to eventually look like a Deathwatch Venerable Dreadnought. Why? Well, I plan to play with a small Deathwatch team at our next internal tournament. Hurray!



The original model:


Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Sisters of Battle: Arco-flagellants


A truly savage bunch. In order not to make the same basic poses not too monotonous, I painted the individual models in different color schemes. Bottom line, I am glad to have finished these miniatures so fast and painlessly, because they are not necessarily my favorite models.

Some might think the blood on the weapons might be over the top, but in my opinion, it fits well with the background of these mindless killer machines.