Time for the Necrons to receive some infantry support in the form of these classic Immortals. These were actually the first Xenos models I owned many years ago, and this was a fun opportunity to revisit them. I got permission from the client to paint the plastic rods in the Gauss weapons, which were fun…

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I haven’t painted anything from Reaper miniatures for a hot minute. I was very happy to accept a commission to paint up one of their minis for someone’s D&D character. Each character miniature like this is a finely detailed metal miniature, which brings a sense of nostalgia when working on them, at least for myself.…

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I like Space Marines. Dare I say, I love them. I adore the faction and its place in 40k and I’ve always loved the aesthetic and models. I’m less fond of their current oversaturation within 40k, and I wanted to revisit a bit of what made me fall in love with them over 15 years…

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Another warband I was looking forward to a great deal. The Sylvaneth were a fun chance to really go wild with bright greens and yellows, and a way to practice my blending. I painted any wood areas first, attempting to stay neat, before basecoating all the weapons and bodies with white. I used a lot…

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And here is the finished Kill Team! The entire group took the better part of May but I am very proud of the results. They’ve already been shipped to the NOCF for the auction in August, more info about can be found here. The leader of the group is one of my favorites. I love…

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While I’m not usually a fan of Dwarves in fantasy settings, I enjoy the aesthetic of the Fyreslayers a great deal, and Underworlds gives me a nice chance to paint a few of the models for myself. I went with the very unsuitable choice of reds, oranges, and yellows for the beards and mohawks. I…

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While the other warbands of Underworlds have felt a lot like bands of adventurers or groups of warriors, one of my favorite warbands is more akin to a dungeon boss, with a massive model for such a small scale game. Mollog, a Dankhold Troggoth, is the strongest fighter in the game and is allowed to…

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The first warband from the Shadespire set, a trio of Stormcast Eternals, joins my Underworlds collection. I like the look of the gold and blue that most Stormcasts are shown in, but I decided to change a few things. I used a lot of green for shading and painted the weapons as if glowing. I…

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Another Engine joins my Titanicus force, this time in the shape of a Reaver Titan, Torment Of Iron. I’ve always liked the look of this Titan. The hunched form and intimidating face give it a bit of a sinister look, and it’s translated perfectly to this scale. I painted Torment in the same way as…

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Something a little different today. Nicolás R. Giacondino is a well-known artist amongst the Warhammer/40k fandoms. He has a unique style and has some amazing works. During Inktober, he did an image of a ruined Necron obelisk. I was so drawn to the illustration that I decided to remake it in miniature form. I made…

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