Saying bye to a good part of my collection!

Death Guard auction. Indomitus Primaris auction. I’m selling more stuff… It’s bitter-sweet, but clearly necessary! It will help me keep moving forward, both with hobby-cash and physical room to display them. Last time I tried with the Nurgle Daemons and Orks, but it didn’t work out. Not for a lack of trying! And I have…

Glowy sandstone Necron Warriors. – 40K Indomitus Necrons.

And that’s twenty warriors all painted in six days… Pretty fast considering the short bursts of hobby I could manage. As usual with this kind of all the same troops (not even the usual this has a strap here, the other has a coat kind of thing) I wished I had more of this guys……

Kanoptek Scarab Swarms – 40K Indomitus Necrons.

Cute little buggers, this ones… There are three different models of the slightly levitating classic swarm of small “creatures”, so I chopped the repeats in small groups and rearranged them in unique groupings, making everyone different. I applied the same scheme as to the others, using green glow in the undersides, which fights a bit…

Cryptek Plasmancer – 40K Indomitus Necrons.

I’ve been wanting to try a little something-something for some time, now… Mixing Midwinter Minis’ sandstone-necrons and The Warsinger’s style of hot-glue and wire magic(al) effect techniques. I also tried out some of that Tesseract Glow GW technical paint I got… It came out to be exactly like the glazed Vallejo fluor green I’ve been…

Skorpekh Destroyers & Plasmacyte – 40K Indomitus Necrons

Painting bravely! Getting the hang of placing lights here and there… I simplified the scheme with great results. Edge-highlight almost non-existent, relying a lot on drybrush. I got two character toasters left, and a lot of warriors and scarabs. Following this scheme, I’ll be able to paint those in a breeze! Specially, this takes care…

Necron Overlord – Indomitus 40K Necrons.

I finished their boss robot dude! Keeping with the inspired Midwinter Minis’ scheme of Sandstone Necrons. It came out flashy! It’s starting to get old… but… I think… My last, my best! I got very inspired by the glowy bits, and worked the rest in a very painterly fashion, minding contrast a lot… But it…