Triumph of St. Katherine – WIP Part_8 – 40K Space Karens

Not going to lie… I like how this is shaping to look once finished! I moved quite a bit forward on the bier and Saint Katherine’s remains. Had everything very much based and moving into washes, today… I would have started doing further weathering and highlights, were it not for the oil-paints needing some hours…

Saint Katherine’s Scenic Base – WIP Part_6 – 40K Adepta Sororitas

For the quite elaborate sculpted base of this HQ, I was inspired by this video by RobPaints Miniatures I found on the YouTubes… It’s an awesome tutorial on marble, and this base in particular… But it requires, as key component the use of non-reusable cotton baby wipes of the indestructible kind… And I think those…

40K Bloody Rose Zephyrim Squad – WIP Part_7 – Nearly there!

Thought today was the day, but not quite! A lot was done, only things left are having fun, and not to screw up anyhing… too massively. I solved my need for a “something else” on those drapes by a serious attempt of freehanding a white stripe all around those. The banner got a layer of…

40K Adepta Sororitas – Bloody Rose Zephyrim – WIP Part_6

Going alright… Got the base gold out of the way and got to test a sketch for the OSL on the brassier atop the standard pole. (Yellow and Red Vallejo transparent over a drybrush of white, and over it again) All the leather got a mid-tone of GW’s Steel Legion Drab brown. Picked up with…

All about the base! – 40K Battle Sisters – WIP Part_3

OK, no… Stripping was actually the right move! I might need moisturizing cream on my hands for the next couple of weeks, but the paint was finally gone. 96º Ethanol did the trick. I was sensible enough to be using a respirator (a real one, not like those used to stop deadly pathogens this days)…

A bad hobby moon… – 40K SOB – WIP Part_2

Great acronym, GW. Well… Not everything can be a tale of progress and success, I guess. It was a day of cussing a lot and making huge mistakes followed by bad decisions. I continued basing the five sisters with brush… let them cure for a night, and decided to apply a first wash o oil-paints…

My small 40K Ork Waaagh… (wheeegh?)

Today I decided to give this old guys a finishing touch that they were missing… Lot more could be done to them (Those gun-holes need some black, just for starters…) but after a decade of them collecting dust, they finally got some basing material, a new layer of highlights and lots of weathering pigments! But…