I just finished a Chaos Space Marine Hellbrute, I dont know where I got the Hellbrute from, its glued together all wrong, and mine is still on the sprue in the DV box.
Also lots of room for improvement, especially on the skin and horns, but for now I am happy with the result, and I got to test out some new stuff, which is always good.
Well, painting the Daemon Prince didn’t work out that well, too much paint, so I need to strip it and start from scratch. Before I tackle a big model I decided to strip some smaller models first, 10 Daemonettes of Slaanesh, they were pretty gunky. I tried Isopropanol for the first time and it was very effective.
With the Screamers of Tzeentch completed I grabbed Daemon Prince of Nurgle, this is how it looked before I started painting. Its the old metal daemon prince with wings and a bit of greenstuff added. I think I will keep the general idea of the paint scheme, the wings will probably be an issue since the paint keeps rubbing off, but lets see what a couple of coats of gloss varnish will do.
Daemon Prince of Nurgle
The 10 Screamers of Tzeentch are finished to a decent table top standard.
Screamers of Tzeentch
Just because I could, I started with some Screamers of Tzeentch, I have no idea if they are any good or not, I guess I will find out.
I dont have any before pictures of these but after some TLC from my airbrush and a bit of brushwork I have a WIP picture.
Screamers of Tzeentch WIP
I am basically aiming for a decent table top at this point, I have a lot of models to paint so anything else would take forever.
With the advent of 8th edition of Warhammer 40K I have been thinking about starting to play 40K again and while the blog has been pretty much dead for over 2 years I have painted a lot of 1:72 scale models, 28mm World War 2 and Napoleonics. I will post some pictures of these models at some point :).
I went through some of my old 40K models and I have a lot of stuff, the only army that’s any where near complete is my Space Marine army, but how boring is that?
However I have a lot of older chaos models, so I will roll with those for now.
Chaos Space Marines
Chaos Daemons and Space Marines
This is just a small selection of what I have, I have a lot of additional models, probably close to a hundred, if not more. Some of this I bought new 20 odd years ago, while most of it I bought used from various people over the years. The paint jobs leaves a lot to be desired, so if I end up playing 40K again need to repaint what I am going to use. For now I am just going to enjoy the journey, if I don’t play again I can still paint some nice models.