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Made in us
Enigmatic Exalted Daemon

Albany, NY

 DV8 wrote:
I am planning to do an all dreadnought Blood Angels list for it (parts are already in the mail; hoping to start them mid-late August between semesters).
I feel like I'm tempted to do an all dread BA army every 6 months or so You'll do a far better job than me - and with much bigger, cooler dreads than the ol' stomp boxes I'd default to. Excited to see your next round of projects come together, including that sweet as orc bust.

Made in ca
Longtime Dakkanaut

Surrey, BC - Canada


Fantastic work on the kimono, especially considering the size of the actual model.



Made in ca
Painting Within the Lines


So I ended up not finishing the Orc pirate (couldn't even find time to prime it). School kicked my butt in July (2 group presentations, 2 case studies, and a final exam) and left me with zero hobby time.

At any rate, I'm getting back into it with my next army for Astronomi-con (end of September). For those who may remember it, this will be a throwback to my Lamenters army from 8 years ago (hard to believe it's been that long).

Some of my progress over the weekend:

I also went back over 4 of the Dreadies (Deredeo, both Box-nauts, and the Redemptor; not counting the Death Company) and repainted everything not yellow black, in preparation for the next airbrush step (grey tones).

I've also made quite a bit of progress on some additions to my Legion of Grief:

Basecoats to Reikenor, Kurdoss, and 15 Revenants in various stages between 50% to 75%.

Finished my Dreadblade, Knight of Shrouds on Steed, 15 Revenants, 12 Banshees, 2 Chainghasts, as well as adding Cogs and Purple Sun to my Endless Spell collection.

I will be adding another 6 Chainghasts to my army and in addition to finishing the above, painting a Black Coach.

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Made in us
Near Golden Daemon Caliber

Affton, MO. USA

Love the fall colors on your undead bases, they give an extra spooky bit to the models.

Good luck with the lamenters, looking forward to all the checkerboard work.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
None of the strange ideas we had about you involved your sexual orientation..........-Monkeytroll 12/10/13

I'd put you on ignore for that comment, if I could...Alpharius 2/11/14 
Made in nz
Longtime Dakkanaut

Near Jupiter.

God those Chaingusts look real, looks like they are literally are alive in that first picture, absolutely amazing unbelievably realistic work. Mind blowing.

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Made in ca
Painting Within the Lines


Cheers! Yea, checks will be fun! The hardest part will be painting all the damned circles + hearts!

All the non-yellow parts have been blacked. Gonna do an airbrush pass for the grey, and then work back in with a brush to refine and start freehanding.

Made in ca
Painting Within the Lines


A little more progress. I've done a quick airbrush pass on the black areas, and started playing around loose and quick with the brush to refine the yellow tones.

Made in us
Painting Within the Lines

Colorado, USA

Love the way the yellow is being built. You can see exactly how you are layering in the depth that will really stand out later.

I really dig your progress shots in general - thanks for sharing.
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