|"Looks like you've got a loose filling back here, Mr Warburton."|
Monday, 24 February 2014
Painting the Hivestorm Redoubt is now a distant memory. I had a sudden, overwhelming urge to own 'Deathleaper', one of the new HQ models for Nids (well, he's not actually new, but that's by the by). The local shop didn't have any in stock but my 'impulse buy' button was flashing violently so a Lictor had to suffice. I've pretty much been working on it ever since and I'm not even sure where all the other, unfinished models are. Probably under a table somewhere.
Tuesday, 18 February 2014
With a ton of painting on the go and a Hivestorm Redoubt to finish, I spent most of the evening creating an archaeological dig site on one of my flight stands. It turned out to be far more enjoyable than basecoating and looks quite cool.
Sunday, 16 February 2014
Smells like victory
Ah, Venomthropes. I love the smell of Poison 2+ in the morning. Actually you never, ever want it to be in close combat (and it will be dead long before then anyway) so Poison 2+ is a bit of a waste. The Venomthrope, like the mysterious author of the Tyranid Codex, should remain anonymous and out of sight. Producing a nasty surprise and leaving a bad taste in your mouth.
|Silent But Deadly|
Tuesday, 11 February 2014
Monday, 10 February 2014
I have discovered that I am very good at sculpting anuses. This is a slightly worrying revelation given that I wasn't particularly happy with any other feature of my Hivestorm Redoubt.
|Access and egress by means of sphincters|
Sunday, 2 February 2014
Little Shop of Horrors
The best laid plans of mice and men and all that. I had this really neat idea for my Hivestorm Redoubt involving Acid Sprayers and those toy snakes which are jointed and can be moved around in a slinky sort of way. I employed all the hobby tools at my disposal: insulation foam, green stuff, plasticard, brass and plastic rods with lashings of hot glue. I was going for a living, organic look with the two bastions of the Redoubt modelled as giant, wormlike maws growing out of the ground and Quad Icarus lascannons reminiscent of scorpion tails.
|Feed me Seymour!|
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