February 18, 2015

Cursed Tome Complete
(Do Not Open!)

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Just a quick update today. I manage to start and finish a model in less than 24 hours, which isn't something that happens often, luckily this model was tiny enough and I knew exactly what I wanted to do with each part of it which help immensely in its speedy completion. I also sculpted the little lock on the side of the book; this is a cursed tome for one of my DnD groups that my character is carrying around, but can't open. Not sure if I'll ever need a model for it, but I saw it on Reaper and just had to nab it. I didn't take quality pics with this one with its size and my phone's crappy camera prevented me from getting a good shot with my lightbox, but this will give you an idea. In any case, more posts coming soon!

February 12, 2015

Noise Marines Complete
(Turn It Up To 11!)

Holidays, New Years, getting sick: A lot has kept me from the hobby lately, but I'm back in full swing and this time I've go a full unit of Noise Marines finished up. I have to admit, these guys turned out almost exactly the way I wanted (more on that in a second), but they were really enjoyable to paint as well. This project is also the first time I've really used dayglow pigment en masse as well, which was fun in its own right. More pics after the jump.

January 1, 2015

Look What I Did: 2014

2014 wasn't without its setbacks, and I certainly didn't get as much finished as I wanted in the hobby area of my life, but the models I did complete I'm very happy with. Below is essentially just a picture dump from all the projects I worked on this year. Enjoy!

December 31, 2014

Exulon Thexis Complete

It's been a long time coming. With the holidays and everything else that life involves, it's taken quite a while, but the Cephalyx 15pt unit is finished. Thexis was the last model I needed to finish, and boy did it take me a while with distractions galore. Now it's time to move on to the next project, which I'm anxious to start back up (more on that at a later date). For now, enjoy pictures of the finished product after the jump.