Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Busy busy busy!

I've actually got a lot of miniatures finished recently, but I've decided to take nice pictures on terrain and add a little bit of background - in no particular order:

  • Aruk - an alien warrior (ogre-sized) from the Cobalt-1 sci-fi range (with some converting).
  • Not-PC Danny from Hot Fuzz (to hunt zombies) from Hasslefree Miniatures.
  • Not-Marv from Sin City (same), also from Hasslefree Miniatures.
  • Ghoul gunslinger from Copplestone Castings.
  • The Ogre from Reaper Miniature's Bones line. More on this particular guy in a future post.
  • A Horrorclix Shoggoth rebase/repaint.
  • Thrullg from Hordes - a swamp beast that feeds on magic. I'll be using it as alien fauna in Rogue Trader-esque games.
  • A not-Gears of War Marine-type. Painted as a Vault (Fallout) Security guard.
  • Last, but not least, a vampire-hunting post-apoc cyborg sheriff. Yeah. One of my favourite ever conversions.
I also dug out my Dark Eldar and various other figures, and currently have the following Painting-in-Progress:
  • 10 Dark Eldar Warriors - I ended up changing the sand/gravel mix on these. They've gone from bare plastic to the above stage.
  • 5 Hellions - mostly basecoated. I've gone with silver/metallic skyboards to avoid the mauve overload...
  • Haemonculus (the special character). He's now basecoated.
  • Evil Not-Batman (a Heroclix conversion, rebase and repaint).
  • The Mime (a Horrorclix conversion, rebase and repaint).
  • Doc and Wabbit, two Copplestone Castings post-apoc characters.
Quite a bit to look forward to, right? Comment below to let me know what completed minis you'd like to see first!

I decided to get the Dark Eldar finished as I like the idea of playing a shantytown vs vicious alien invaders.

Also, the new 40k boxed set looks brilliant. I must have 100 autogun cultists!

2 comments:

  1. Why not go with the order you've posted here? I agree on the cultists, I want a bunch to add to my unasembled stockpile of Cadians, really bulk out my renegades.

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