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So, I went through and retook a number of pictures using a borrowed camera. Here they are, for your enjoyment!
First, we've got Lt. Burnination's Burninators. Now with more flameyness!
Next up, a retake of the Exterminator B:
And here's my Stormtrooper Sergeant. Among the first metal models I painted, when I was getting started with the game and painting.
One of my first conversions here, pretty simple one:
And then my Sentinels, please ignore Kiki's Ferret Shock Troopers in the corner, they like to wave the pixie sticks.
And then here's my first completed Carnifex:
And some quickies of three warriors:
So there you have it....good pictures, finally!
Last edited by Zeewulf; August 22nd, 2008 at 18:51. Reason: Huge pictures
"Lt. Burnination's Burninators"
Burninating the countryside,
Burninating the peasants
Burninating all the peoples
And their thatched-roof COTTAGES!
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Looking good mate, I'm liking the heavy stubbers on the exterminator.....
Someone must make a trogdor demon prince. It would be the shiz.
It's like squeedly vs. meedly over here.
Inquistion force WIP. Pics on posts 17 and 23.
A couple more pictures, for amusement, and commentary is welcome, as always!
The only Ogryn I've completed to date.
And my Company Commander, Captain John McClain. Cause he's just so damn hard to kill.
I painted him before I knew I was supposed to wash and prime figures before painting them! Also, I used enamels. I hate the power sword, and as I continue to improve, I'll someday go back and clean off that sword and redo it, as well as touch him up and reseal him. Right now he's got a glow from the only sealer I had at the time, a gloss overcoat. Which doubles great for the Refractor Field wargear!
ha ha john mclain...is that an allusion to a certain republican candidate? i like em, especially the guardsman...their faces could use some kind of wash though, thats my only advice
chaos marines have the chaos gods on their side, but space marines have games workshop on theirs
Hahaha I assumed the dreaded Republican as well. Well done anyway, a little flesh wash on the faces would be sweet.
I've started doing washes on the more recent infantry, and I'm going back and redoing alot of my infantry models as well. Mcclain and Stormtrooper Sergeant are two models, though, that won't be getting the treatment; Sarge, I just don't wanna mess up his eye. I wen through hell to get that eye right! And Mcclain...the glossy overcoat and his eyes would get all mussed up by it. But aye, for the rest, a wash was necessary and has been done.
I still cant believe no one knows Die Hard! Bruce Willis! The Man!
Last edited by Zeewulf; August 28th, 2008 at 09:01.