Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Ritual, Mar 7, 2017.
Look forward to seeing them! Have them here ready to pack up and post!
Sending cash after lunch
Good, that means I can order that FW Gabriel Angelos model after lunch. Or maybe I should get some Reivers first. Or that new Dreadnought.
Order it, sent the cash
I'll wait for a few more bits to sell on eBay, I've got enough to keep me going for now!
I ordered the Blood Raven shoulder icons off a 3d printing site, and I'm going to freehand the icons on the other shoulder. Those icons won't be dispatched until the 8th, so going to have to resist painting them for a week. Or I could try attaching them after I've painted the rest...
Ordered the new Dreadnought and the Codex to give me something to do while I am waiting for the shoulder icons to arrive so I can paint the rest of the stuff.
Nice 40k A.T.M.
(Automated Teller Machine)
Yeah, I've so little interest in AoS right now. same as Games Workshop it seems
Too true but where are the rest of the Nurgle 40k releases!!!!!!!
I think there are some coming with the codex pre-order next week?
lol. That edit.
Painting objective markers is a pretty fun change actually.. It's nice to have a self contained little project that you don't then need to repeat 20 times...
Yea, I love little one of projects.
Should come next month, or the one after.
Next adventure! Buying the new FW Gabriel Angelos model after some freelance work pays up.. waiting on my shoulder icons from shapeways for most guys, so starting with the dreadnought.
Custom 3d printed shoulder icons for my Blood Ravens arrived!
Impressive that whey where able to print such fine details.
It will eventually mark the death of Games Workshop.
Green stuff tentacles for the base.
Got the first unit primed and started working on painting them... Progress currently exceedingly slow due to puppy.
Woah excellent work on the weathering! Also love the tentacles! did you use that tentacle roller/maker??
Also, where did you get those 3d prints? They actually look like part of the shoulder pad once painted!