Following on from the conversions that Mike and me made for the Master of Signals (here), here’s the paint scheme I’ve used for him. I’ve started this post off with the base coats done. Lupercal Green (FW) and Sons of Horus Green (FW) and Model Air Rust (VJ). Next I started to add the black.… More Master of signals
For about three years, I spent my time collecting Space Wolves. I liked the Vikingness of them, and the Chapter’s colours too, so, I amassed a battle company, and chose Bran Redmaw to lead it. Now prior to starting them, there wasn’t a Bran Redmaw miniature, so I’d constructed one from the plastic Space Wolf… More How to paint Space Wolves part 1: Geigor Fell-Hand painted as Bran Redmaw, Wolf Lord
It’s arrived! I’m going to be spending the rest of the evening reading this. I’ll post up a proper review sometime soon. We’d also like to announce our new Twitter and Instagram profiles. Both share the name Brushandboltgun.
Aberrants! Bless em, meant to be a decent hybrid, ended up a bit like Sloth from the Goonies but with extra arms. And pick axes. And hammers. Anyway, they’re part of the Deathwatch: Overkill game, and like all the rest, they’re really good miniatures. With the four miniatures being push fit, it looks as though… More Genestealer Cults – Part 3 – Aberrants
The final part for the Neophytes is pretty straight forward, although I’ve failed to take pictures of the paints. I can remember them though, so despair not, you will know by the end. If you’ve not looked at part one yet, you can find it here. So this is where we were up to. Handsome… More Genestealer Cults – Part 2 – Neophytes
When I first started playing 40K, many, many moons ago, Genestealer Cults were a thing, and my pal John had one. We scratch-built two limos, and had the minis from Space Hulk, Genestealer and a load of the metal miniatures. When the Genestealer Cults were announced last year, I was a little ‘Meh’ because I… More Genestealer Cults – Part 1 – Neophytes