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Furious Fire Dragon





Midlands, UK

Definitely enjoying that speeder. Your colour choices work really well there, and it's some nice crisp painting.
   
Made in ch
Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





The speeder is fantastic with that scheme.

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Fixture of Dakka





Surrey, BC - Canada

gobert,

Effort was worth it on the speeder.

Cheers,

CB

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Macragge

Speeder looks great! Could we badger you into incorporating it into an army shot with the rest of your void panthers?

   
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Steady Space Marine Vet Sergeant






Olthannon wrote:Congratulations on getting the speeder finished Gobert! That base looks awesome, really like the crew poses as well, really gives a sense of movement. Yeah I'm finally over the cold, as well hells teeth it was rough

Thanks Olthannon, glad you’re over the cold, sadly my kids brought a new one home last week! thanks for spotting the poses, I wanted to have the gunner looking over at a target and be starting to slew the gun around. I toyed with tilting the speeder too, but couldn’t settle on an attitude that looked right
Bellerophon wrote:Definitely enjoying that speeder. Your colour choices work really well there, and it's some nice crisp painting.

Thanks Bellerophon, it’s been a fun project, crispness was the order of the day for these guys! I fear the BSF terrain will be more of a slog than the fun of this.
Not Online!!! wrote:The speeder is fantastic with that scheme.

Thanks Not Online!!! I’m well chuffed with it
Captain Brown wrote:gobert,
Effort was worth it on the speeder.
Cheers,
CB

Thanks CB, I’m pleased I kept going with the effort. One to be proud of on the shelf
brushcommando wrote:Speeder looks great! Could we badger you into incorporating it into an army shot with the rest of your void panthers?

Thanks brushcommando, I think I can manage a couple of army shots…




I think they look like they have the night of The Emperor on their side in the sunshine, rising out of the ashes of Sector Imperialis! I think I could do with a background to go behind them for pictures on the board, does anyone know of decent artwork showing sector Imperialis ruins? Google didn’t help me earlier

Thanks for looking

Goberts Gubbins - P&M Blog, started with Oldhammer, often Blackstone Fortress and Void Panther Marines, with side projects along the way 
   
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Longtime Dakkanaut






That's what it's all about, right there. Those guys bring the bling. Awesome pics, gobert!
   
Made in us
Longtime Dakkanaut




Wisconsin

Awesome army shot, thanks for posting Gobert!
   
Made in de
Longtime Dakkanaut






Great seeing all the current Void Panthers together, they look the business! And love the land speeder amazing work you've done there. Vehicles are a chore and it's good to see that other people take their time with them as well.
   
Made in fi
War Walker Pilot with Withering Fire





Finland, Espoo

Thanks for taking the army shots.
The Land Speeder turned out very well, and works great as an eye catcher!

Well done gobert!

   
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Enginseer with a Wrench





Northumberland

Love that army shot Gobert, the colour scheme looks superb all together like that.

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Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





Nice , faboulous positively gobert

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Renegade Kan Killin Orks






Northern Ireland

When the opposition rolls into the fight bedecked head to toe in gold and purple there’s really no question who they think is the superior force.

   
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Love that army shot, the natural lighting and areas of light and shadow make it especially atmospheric. Also great to see a firstborn force being mustered.

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Macragge

Nice! It's an impressive looking force. I like the decision to use black as the primary vehicle color. I've never been successful trying to get a metallic scheme like that to play out across something vehicle sized. Keep up the good work!

   
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Fighter Pilot





Edinburgh


Those look excellent mate. Nice strong colours and I appreciate those larger bases for the infantry too. They might be compulsory if course but I wouldn’t know - I’m here for the excellent work!

   
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Furious Fire Dragon





Midlands, UK

That's a very striking force right there. The colour scheme on the marines stands out from the crowd and works nicely, and the black on the vehicles is a great complement to it.
   
Made in de
Emboldened Warlock






Good job, also on the photos! That's such a fun scheme, nice to see some shiny but still old-school marines!

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Khorne Rhino Driver with Destroyer






Its a great scheme, and I love the wing lights on the speeder, that's a nice detail.

   
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Guardsman with Flashlight





Northern Virginia

Excellent force! I really like the scheme, the metallic bodies are a great contrast to the purple where both support each other without conflicting. You've turned two uncommon colors into a solid pairing, impressive work

The basing is fantastic, cluttered city streets with some added details to to stand out from the standard set, the speeder especially looks like it's skimming low through the ruins.

Can't wait to see more
   
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Crushing Black Templar Crusader Pilot






London

The boys in gold are looking gab all together.

The landspeeder brings back happy memories of painting my black templar version. Hours and hours crouched over my painting desk, only to step back and see that it basically looked the same from 3 foot away as when I had primed it!! Yours looks ace with purple and gold breaking it all up

Thanks for sharing



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Woah! It’s amazing how an Army Shot brings out the comments! Thanks guys, I really appreciate you all spurring me on!

youwashock wrote:That's what it's all about, right there. Those guys bring the bling. Awesome pics, gobert!

It really is, isn’t it!
Yorkright wrote: Awesome army shot, thanks for posting Gobert!

Thanks Yorkright, it was fun getting the whole gang together
Viterbi wrote:Great seeing all the current Void Panthers together, they look the business! And love the land speeder amazing work you've done there. Vehicles are a chore and it's good to see that other people take their time with them as well.

Thanks Viterbi, yes vehicles have always taken me a long time, but this one was fun at least!
Ezki wrote:Thanks for taking the army shots.
The Land Speeder turned out very well, and works great as an eye catcher!
Well done gobert!

Thanks Ezki, I’ve enjoyed how the Speeder has come out and avoid centre piece (for the moment) for the army.
Olthannon wrote:Love that army shot Gobert, the colour scheme looks superb all together like that.

Thanks Olthannon, it’s been good getting them photographed.
Not Online!!! wrote:Nice , faboulous positively gobert

Thanks Not Online!!!, they are quite fabulous aren’t they
theCrowe wrote:When the opposition rolls into the fight bedecked head to toe in gold and purple there’s really no question who they think is the superior force.

Hehe! Yeah, they do have a bit of a superiority complex! Could be their III Legion background coming through perhaps
ListenToMeWarriors wrote:Love that army shot, the natural lighting and areas of light and shadow make it especially atmospheric. Also great to see a firstborn force being mustered.

Cheers LTMW, the shadows were fun to play with, getting a bit of atmosphere without putting the Marines in the dark!
brushcommando wrote:Nice! It's an impressive looking force. I like the decision to use black as the primary vehicle color. I've never been successful trying to get a metallic scheme like that to play out across something vehicle sized. Keep up the good work!

Thanks BC, I’m glad I went with the black as it’s provided a nice change from all of the gold! I quite like how it looks too!
Ragsta wrote:
Those look excellent mate. Nice strong colours and I appreciate those larger bases for the infantry too. They might be compulsory if course but I wouldn’t know - I’m here for the excellent work!

Cheers! The larger bases are standard Marine issue nowadays I believe… not that I’ve played since 2nd Ed
Bellerophon wrote:That's a very striking force right there. The colour scheme on the marines stands out from the crowd and works nicely, and the black on the vehicles is a great complement to it.

Thanks Bellerophon, the gold does stand out well doesn’t it!
MobileSuitRandom wrote:Good job, also on the photos! That's such a fun scheme, nice to see some shiny but still old-school marines!

Thanks MSR. There’s no school like old school! Though compared to most of my stuff they’re positively brand new, still a good stepping off point for NuMarines at some point
Cap'n Facebeard wrote:Its a great scheme, and I love the wing lights on the speeder, that's a nice detail.

Thanks Cap’ Facebeard, and thanks for spotting the lights, a tradition that goes back to early Terran civilisation
ValhallanWinter wrote:Excellent force! I really like the scheme, the metallic bodies are a great contrast to the purple where both support each other without conflicting. You've turned two uncommon colors into a solid pairing, impressive work

The basing is fantastic, cluttered city streets with some added details to to stand out from the standard set, the speeder especially looks like it's skimming low through the ruins.

Can't wait to see more

Thanks ValhallanWinter. Good and purple have become a bit of a thing for me since coming back to the hobby a couple of years ago. I can’t seem to shake it! I think it helps the Panthers look pretty regal which is why I chose it. I’m glad you like the bases, they started with the Space Marine Heroes bases and I’ve been throwing bits of Sector Imperialis lately too. Dry brush, contrast and washes do the rest for me. Hopefully it translates well when I paint their shelf.
IGtR= wrote:The boys in gold are looking gab all together.

The landspeeder brings back happy memories of painting my black templar version. Hours and hours crouched over my painting desk, only to step back and see that it basically looked the same from 3 foot away as when I had primed it!! Yours looks ace with purple and gold breaking it all up

Thanks for sharing

Thanks igtr. I know what you mean in the painting of black, it looked primed for quite a while, but the purple and gold helped remedy that!

Well papa nurgle has been taking up residence in casa gobert. I was the week before I went away, then I caught something when I got back and I still feel like death a week later! I had a day off last week and had hoped smash a good painting session, but all I could muster was to lay on the sofa and watch Fear The Walking Dead S6.

My work trip was the first in about 20months and was to Germany, so had all the joy of lost COVID travel! I did have a few hours alone in the hotel room so took advantage by bringing my Indomitus Necrons with me to build. Between bouts of illness I managed to assemble all of the rest of the Necrons;



I’m tempted to go all John Prins on them and see how close to finished I can get them over Christmas! To aid projects like this I splashed out on a portable spray booth with an extractor fan. To see how noisy it was I decided to basecoat the Void Panthers Assault Squad;



This wasn’t as straightforward as the Tactical Marines I did a few weeks back, but that was because I hadn’t put the needle back in the right spot. Once I figured that out things went smoothly and I even figured out how to use the end stop to get a nice wide spray pattern for basecoating! That’ll come in handy for the Necrons at Christmas! All in though it took about 1hr to basecoat all these marines including airbrush fiddling and cleaning, so a major time saver. I can’t wait to get some base colours down on some Panthers and try a Nuln oil wash through the airbrush.

Thanks for looking

Goberts Gubbins - P&M Blog, started with Oldhammer, often Blackstone Fortress and Void Panther Marines, with side projects along the way 
   
Made in ca
Fixture of Dakka





Surrey, BC - Canada

Void Panthers look great all together gobert.

Cheers,

CB

53 successful trades in the Dakka Swap Shop. I have an ongoing Sale Thread there with painted Elysian and Tau units looking for a new home. Unpainted Bretonnian metal units and figures for sale.
Finished Forge World Elysian Army | Finished Tau Sept Cadre | Finished Ork Waaagh | Alaitoc Eldar Warhost | Building Necromunda and Terrain
Finished Order of Our Martyred Lady - Sisters of Battle | Finished Necromundian Imperial Guard Regiment | Finished a 1/72 Flower Class Corvette - HMCS CHILLIWACK
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I am excited to see the Assault squad. Off to a good start!
   
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Macragge

Blech. Being sick sucks. Hope you feel better soon. Excited to see the void panthers assault squad take shape.

   
Made in ch
Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





Get better soon.
Also , looking forward to the goldies

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Captain Brown wrote:Void Panthers look great all together gobert.
Cheers,
CB

Yeah, they’re becoming a decent sized force it seems!
youwashock wrote:I am excited to see the Assault squad. Off to a good start!

Yeah, me too, I need to figure out where they live in the queue
brushcommando wrote:Blech. Being sick sucks. Hope you feel better soon. Excited to see the void panthers assault squad take shape.

Yeah, it totally sucks!
Not Online!!! wrote:Get better soon.
Also , looking forward to the goldies

Thanks Not Online, they’ll take a while, as with all my painting!

Not much to report on as I’ve still been under the weather, I’ve decided to push through and groan about it like and old man though! This evening was spent watching the F1 (not worth staying up for, I should e gone to bed after lap 1!) and painting Blackstone Fortress bits. I started with finishing the last of the bases for my completed minis;



Then I did some work on terrain. I tried my new make up brushes on this bunch to get the bone and stone effects. Pretty effective is my verdict and certainly faster than my normal drybrush. I used up a fair bit of paint though!



These are most of the non-Blackstone material pieces, the rest will mostly just be dry brushes turquoise/blue/green with a bit of pink maybe. Once I’ve done the base colours, wash and highlights on these they’ll get OSL like dry brush too to match the floor tiles they belong to.

Thanks for looking

Goberts Gubbins - P&M Blog, started with Oldhammer, often Blackstone Fortress and Void Panther Marines, with side projects along the way 
   
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Wisconsin

Terrain is looking good, hope you feel better soon.
   
Made in ch
Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





The bases look well done. Atleast that was worth it i guess.

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 Daedalus81 wrote:

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That purple base really suits the Ambull. Terrain also looking good.
   
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Enginseer with a Wrench





Northumberland

Awesome stuff as always Gobert, looking forward to seeing the assault marines painted!

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