That is one great looking and unique unit you've got there! Good work!
My last Brayshaman and the start of my display board for Adepticon, which is just over a month away...
Cool! An update for one of the coolest plogs on Warseer! Yay!
Very nice shaman, where's the mask from, the HE chariot? I really dig your painting there.
Board is done. Dullcoat is on. Models are on trays. Only thing left is to pluck foam and I'm Adepticon ready...
Thanks for all of your support, guys! You certainly made this process more fun by being there to share!
Couple pics in sunlight and one just before it rounded our house...
Wow! Congrats on having such a beautiful painted army! Looks great on that display board!
What a brilliant concept and army - I'm seriously impressed!
Let us all know how you get on at the tournament.
Really nice looking army! And that diorama just works!
Well, Adepticon 2012 is now behind me. Didn't win any painting awards (I'm sure many of you have seen this, which deservedly won pretty much everything that a player could vote for), but I got a lot of great compliments on my army and am pleased with how it was received.
I'll also add that, in general, painting quality was way up this year at Adepticon with some dynamite armies. Props to everyone who was there and potentially could read this here. Well done! I always love walking around the convention hall and seeing what people are doing. This hobby is exploding with talent and I'm riding the wave.
Oh, and the shuttle service to the airport proved to be educational as Todd Swanson and some of his pals were riding along talking shop and joking about who had the most slayer swords. Really cool people on that ride.
What's next? Focusing on Bretoggia, I think... Thanks for following this one through to completion, my friends!
Thanks for the link to that army, its....Well not hard to see why it won so many awards
That aside sad to hear your army dident win any awards. Did you enjoy yourself though? In my opinion always the biggest factor regardless whetever if you win or not
I know it isn't beastmen and I haven't updated this thread in a while (since working on Bretogia, really). Even so, this is a monster, so that has to count for something!
All done except for some final touches on the base!
Wow, great log all round!!
Absolutely love the blending on the legs of the griffon, it's scary how well you make the transition from black to light blue look so seamless - great job!
Sort of wish you hadn't finished those beastmen though, they were pretty damn cool and I think we deserve more... haha keep it up!
There's great painting going on in this thread. Very nice details, shiny gems and such, and the basing and display terrain pieces are really top notch!
Tale of Board Game Painters - This month's thread! - Signup anytime!
All my miniature painting in one combined log - index in first post - 40K CSM, Fantasy O&G, Boardgames and other random stuff
My Southland's Beastmen (and other fantasy armies and warbands) (updated 2013-05-10)
mrtn's dirty rotters (Plague Marines) (updated 2013-05-10)
Necromunda Desert Rats
mrtn's terrain Warhammer Fantasy Mod 2.5 for Civilization III Conquests
The Herdstone mrtn's Thirty Years of War (updated 2013-05-10)
As this is where all of my random stuff has gone...
My old club is uniting as a green horde for 2013 events. I am dabbling. Here's my test orc...
I need your help...
As I mentioned in a previous post, my old gaming group is going green for 2013. I am slowly amassing my OOP orcs, but I'm not as big of a fan of the OOP goblins. Further, I've had a vision of goblins in my head for a long time - since childhood, really. They look like this:
I want to make some Rankin-Bass style goblins. My tentative list just has goblin wolf riders. No other goblins. So I'm trying to figure out how I want to build these guys.
The way I see it, they have chicken legs, thick torsos, no neck, and frog-like heads. I trust my sculpting abilities to pull off the heads, but the bodies are tougher. I'm leaning towards using dwarf warrior torsos, actually, on goblin wolfrider legs, with sculpted heads. Do you think that'd work?
If not, what are your suggestions? If anyone has actually seen anyone produce a line of minis in this style, could you link them? I'm calling on all of you as a collective body of awesome modellers....
Thanks for the help!
Well, I need to clear some space for more hobby fun, so I'm selling this army. If you want the opportunity to buy this lot, hop on over to the sale thread (http://www.warseer.com/forums/showth...r-Sale-Lionmen). As always, thanks for all of your support on this project - you made it a ton of fun to do!