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Shear awesomeness . Looks like he gave out as good as he got, and the fact that he is still standing is proof of his skills.

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
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@Gobert - Are you looking at the right pictures, mate? It is done!


So it is! I must’ve loaded the page last night but got distracted and sent the post this morning!

I was right to be looking forward though, the knight looks cracking! Excellent work on the chipping and metal work! It looks like it’s been sat in a warehouse for millennia waiting to once again roam the battlefield. Given the the long neglected look I think anything too bright would work against the model. That said, if you really wanted more colour maybe the shield would be a way to get it without too much rework?

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Thank you all. I'm happy he's been well received.

And again, thank you all for the input and advice given. It means a lot.




Now, given that i've completed both the Knight, and the Company Standard for my Dark Angels, my two outstanding pieces. That leaves me with nothing to finish and everything to start!

So I ask, what would people be interested in seeing me do? I have a number of forces laying around ready to go all with interesting ideas to drive them.
In no particular order...

-The Lost and the Damned forces of chaos lord Dal Math. A mix of cultist and mutant rabble made up of Blackstone Fortress cultists and beastmen and Dark Imperium Poxwalker mutants aided by a growing cabal of psykers and driven forward by a ruthless band of heretic Astartes.
-Imperial Guard regiment Aegean "Deepwalkers". A footslogging infantry regiment of diving suit clad Imperial soldiers drawn from the depths of an ocean world. Backed by assault and support squads and Ogryn shocktroops.
-Genestealer Cult of the Ever-evolving Machine. A cult taken root deep within the manufactorum cities of Forge World Zarkos. Now biomechanical horrors and cultists creep forth to attack the Imperiums hold on the world.
-Skitarii Legions of Forge World Zarkos. Rallied to defend their home. The elite mechanised infantry units of the Zarkosian Skitarii hound the insidious underdwellers. But theirs is a secret war. Were word of the abominable infection spread, it could bring unwanted attention to their world.
-Dark Angels auxiliary companies. From one corner of the Galaxy to the other, the Deathwing and Ravenwing work in tandem to complete their objectives. Never resting in their defense of the wider Imperium.
-The Riders of Rohan. Sallying forth from Edoras, the men of the Riddermark ride to wrath and ruin and the world ending!
-Terrain. A city tablescape. Manufactorums and hab blocks. A place to wage war upon (or maybe take some thematic photos?)


If any of those strike your fancy as something you'd like to see me tackle for my next project, then give a shout. Or you know... I have a 2nd knight ready to go if any one reeeeally wants me too...
I'll leave it open to you guys.


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Also I realise that i've been pretty lax in visiting everyone else's blogs lately. So I apologise for that. I'll try and get around to everyone soon.
Bit selfish of me having everyone come comment on my gak and then not returning the favour.


Also i'm on Instagram now. I haven't posted anything yet and I mainly just stalk people who's work I like. But if you want an extra follow throw up your username and i'll come stalk you there.

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Guard or Chaos get my vote!

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I’m good with any of those options. I think the deep-sea guard could be fun. Heavy conversion blogs of stuff outside the norm are something you don’t see every day.

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Hey folks, just a quick one today.

I went back to the knight and jiggered his black wreath.

Gold skull with black marble. Turned out not bad. Better then the just plain glossy black at any rate.






I'll have some wip shots of my deepsea guardsmen up later on.

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Now I want to see a tech-thrall with a paint roller running after him with a “Wait up!” pose.

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It's just a little detail, but it makes a big difference. Good choice!
   
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Nice rework on the wreath .

Out of the options given I too like the idea of the Deep walkers But I also would suggest you pick something you want to do over anything we say. I “know” we all know it, but I saw a YouTube video last night on who you should paint for. Basically, paint for yourself and enjoyment/betterment because at the end of the day it’s not about the accolades but how you feel about your work. I myself keep falling into the trap of looking for praise and encouragement from posts and blogs, but if my heart is not in a project it just kills my motivation and I either stop halfway or rush to get it done and feel bad about both later on. So do what you like

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@Nev- That could be arranged I think. I know just the model to use too.
@YWS- Cheers bruv.
@Theo- You make good points. This is something I've been keen to do for a while now. Just turns out it's a lot of converting work for a 5+ save. It's the sort of thing that if it's interesting to someone else and they want to keep seeing it, then i'll be more inclined to power on with it rather then flip flop between project.

But I digress. Onward with the converting!

So previously I posted a comparison shot of a BSF traitor, a GSCultist and my converted Guardsman. Here's some more shots of him and my upcoming guys.
These 5 are acting as test pieces, so they'll likely all be different while I nail down the final look I want for them. I'm open to any and all suggestions. If you think something does/doesn't look good then give a yell.







This guy is pretty rough and ready. The greenstuffing is adequate for a test piece, but i'm really hoping to refine it on my further testers. Here's what's been done to this individual.
-An attempt was made at a helmet porthole. Although if memory serves, I panicked half way through trying to sculpt a circle and changed it to a rectangle and ended up with neither.
-The neck and chest armour isn't as smoothly joined as I wanted. But I think that comes down to me gluing the head to far forward so that it exposed to much of the neck at the back rather then more under the chin.
-The weighted boot caps I'm pretty happy with. The plan, when it comes time to paint him, is to do the cap and the sole of the boot all the same colour (brass probably) in an effort to simulate a metal shell the actual boot is inserted into.
-I've slimmed down the shoulder pads a lot so that they're more rectangular. The stock rounded ones are too big.
-The... "skirt" (?) area on the pants that is actually the bottom of the shirt coming out past the combat webbing around his waist has been shaved off completely, as have the thigh pockets.
-The white spacers on the shins and wrists were supposed to be couplings that connect the boots and gloves to the rest of the diving suit. But they haven't turned out at all like I wanted them.
-The backpack assembly is made from a flamer tank and a grenade launcher barrel with guitar wire for hoses. This one took me a few goes to get right.
-The gun is a lasgun with the body cut down and a piece of brass rod for an extended barrel. I've also lopped off the power pack and thrown on a autogun drum magazine.




I managed to achieve a rectangular porthole on this helmet and i've tried for slightly angular toe caps. These 3 are just in the early stages of getting worked on.


Thoughts going forward.
-The little green rectangle on the first guys head is supposed to be a suit lamp, powered by (what i'm assuming is) the battery pack on the rear of the helmet. While it turned out fine, and I like it well enough, in the future though I've decided I'm just going to use GSC shoulder lamps instead. They're far more thematic and I have plenty of them purely from the DW:OK and Kill Team boxes. And with what will happen to my GSC eventually, they won't need them.
-Helmets. Ideally i'd have all of the port holes rounded like what your more archetypal diving suit helmets are. But I think i'll vary them a little just so no everyone is samey samey. My other issue with the helmets is the winged skull. I want to keep it because it's the only form of imperial heraldry on the model. The chest eagle gets shaved off as does the one on the gun. But I can just see it getting in the way of the portholes.
-Shoulder pads. I'm considering just doing away with them entirely. I had wanted to keep them for squad symbols and the like, but I just don't think they work with the rest of the model. But removing them means a gak ton of extra work.
-Chest armour. I'm tossing up whether to remove the pectoral layer of armor. This will, if i'm correct in my assumptions, help cut down on angles and make the model itself look more rounded. Which in turn should help match it up a bit better with the shaved down legs and rounded neck/head. Less lines and angles and all that nonsense. Yadda yadda.
-Wrists/shins. While my initial concept of the diving suit had attachable gloves/boots, this has so far turned out not great in practice. It was envisioned as a plate on both boot and leg that got joined and then bolted together or something. But in reality is just a single piece of plasticard sandwiched between parts. Currently I'm leaning towards just GSing large almost elbow length gloves and trying to devise something with the existing shin guards.
-The weapon. I'm largely happy with the gun. It just needs the magazine tweaked a bit. I want cylindrical magazines rather then square or round but they're not common. Skitarii weapons have them, but I don't have a ready supply of them.
-The backpack. This has been arguably the trickiest part of the build to nail down so far. It started out just being the tanks attached to a vox caster, but that was too bulky. Horizontal, was fine but not what I wanted. Vertical is the way to go, but it's just getting the placement and alignment right. I'm also going to divest some Skitarii of their gauges and tack them on to the tanks. But again, not enough of them to go around. 5 gauges per squad of 10 rangers/vanguard. Piss poor effort.

That's really all I can think of at the moment. Again, if anyone has any comments, suggestions, questions, whatevs. Yell out!

As always, thanks for taking the time to look and comment.


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Looks good man (as does the Knight touch up) but it looks like a hell of a lot of work for one let alone a squad or god forbid a platoon. If you are not adverse to spending extra dollars then Anvils void torsos could save a heap of time and wouldn't look out of place;
http://anvilindustry.co.uk/Regiments/Torsos/gothic-void-torso


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I’d keep the pectoral armor, helps with the idea of weight to keep him submerged, you might add little circles on it for gauges, or put those on an arm to help sell the underwater idea. Losing the shoulderpads might help after all they will need more flexibility underwater to swim as opposed to just walking.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
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Ya know, honestly, if this was a brand new army i'd all over those torsos like humps on granny. they're pretty much perfect. It's only that i'm converting an existing army that i'm going to all these (ridiculous) lengths.

I have 40 imperial guardsmen waiting for this treatment (I think i've actually got more, but I don't know where they are).

Plus most of them need stripping.

This is defo a loooooooong term project.


Depending on how these few test models go, I might seriously considering whipping up my own backpack and learning how to cast them properly. Just to save me some effort on that front.


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Well know that you mention weights, Theo, I had been wondering whether to sculpt some weights over the thighs where the pockets were. And honestly, that pectoral armour is mostly hidden behind the gun anyway. It'd only be certain poses/angles where it would be visible. I'm certainly not adverse to more gauges though...

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Ok so these happened yesterday.









I'm stupidly excited right now.

Also I apologise if those pictures are redicuously huge. I'm phone posting at the moment and have no real way of judging their actual size.

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Pics are good mate, mine arrived last week and I may or may not have squealed like a school child...
Looking forward to seeing you break them in! Get painting!

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Now remember, those can hold paint all the way to the ferule, require cleaning in hot water, but don’t need any fancy soaps. You can just store them point down in a cup as well. Best for drybrushing.

Very jealous. Of course, now you can’t blame crappy brushes for anything. So we expect great things from you from now on.

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@Ing - Oh there was defo some childish squealing involved. I was getting queer looks from the missus.
@Nev - Good points, all of them. I think you can use them for applying PVA glues for basing too.


Ok so after staring at them for what was certainly far too long I decided to actually use them.
I started painting a Ravenwing biker and got most out of the basecoats down before i was done for the night.
First impressions of the size 1 was not great. I have to assume I got a dud brush. Its got a couple of hairs that just will not conform to shape. It struggles to hold a point while I paint with it and when it dries out the hairs split apart. Even with heavy conditioning with brush soap hasnt helped it none.
The size 0 on the other hand... oh boy thats a damn fine brush. Size 0 was already my workhorse brush, but i can foresee myself just using this for everything. I loooove this brush so much already.




The way the size 1 brush holds the paint is insane. I manged to go over most of the bike with black without having to reload the brush.
Same goes for the 0. It just kept going and going.
Im itching to use that 000 on something now. Say... like... a bikes nav-console screen or something...

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Rightio.


PROGRESS!!

Smashing these Black Knights. Almost done bar the highlights for the black and a few details here and there. Fantastic kit with some good options and a hell of a lot of useful bits.

The Huntmaster


Two Black Knights



The Riders



They are a bit plain. Too much black for my liking. Highlights should help break it up though.
Details left to go are...
-Huntmasters inner cloak. Varying shades of green are needed.
-Plasma Talons need some glowy colour on them. Probably do blue.
-Corvus Hammers need some colour on the business end.
-Brown areas need their highlights fixed. Pretty messy at the moment.
-Huntmaster needs a name on his chest scroll.
-More Squad iconography.
-Various other highlights.




Also placed an order with Kromlech for some bitz to use on future projects.

Got some MkII and MkV heads. Apothecary and Techmarine upgrades. Some banners both loyalist and traitor.


And some of the most 40k appropriate pauldrons ever.

'scuse the fingers.
Zoom in on those bad boys and check out the crispness of those skulls.

As well as some funky basing bitz.


If you've been on the fence about placing an order with them, I highly recommend doing so. The quality is superlative and the customer service is excellent.

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Nice progress on the bikes, they are coming together well.

I got some bits once from Kromlech, would second your recommendation. Should be fun to see those put to use.

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From a big Knight to little Knights. They look good. I also look forward to seeing those skull shoulders used.
   
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Nev - I'm absolutely frothing to get those not!MkII heads into action. MkII is my favourite style of power armour and i'm totally livid that FW stopped producing it, the utter . Oh well, just means i'll have to have a crack at converting up some of my own!

YWS - Ha! Now I just need some deathwing knights to round out the knightly trifecta. I don't know who's going to get a skull pad yet. But I too, am looking forward to using them.



Ok, so no piccies tonight, but I have almost finished the black knights. However i've stalled at the finish line. So long story short. Can anyone point me in the direction of a nice grey/black paint that would be good for straight out highlighting black armour?
I've currently got my eye on GWs Dark Reaper and Eshin Grey as well as maybe Skavenblight Dinge. Would any of these 3 be appropriate for highlighting ravenwing models? I feel skavenblight dinge (horrid name) might be slightly too brown, but I haven't had a good look at it up close. I am of course open to paints from other ranges, those were just the few that I hunted out first.

I'm also thinking that maybe to differentiate the bikes from the riders, I might highlight them with different colours. The GW paint app has a metallic black, which is just black with a silver hightlight and washed black after. This could be good for the bike as it would blend in reasonably well I think, with the large amounts of metal parts already present. Then the rider could just be grey highlights.
Does this sound like it could work, or might the different highlights make it too stark?

I'm interested to hear anyone's thoughts on this!

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Little knights on bikes! Good progress mate, did you get to try out your teeny tiny brush yet?

On the paint Qs, I use both Eshin and DR for highlighting black (and DR for drybrushing over black) and they work well. I do find that in certain light the Eshin gets a little lost when it is very fine or thinned but I would recommend either/both. I have no idea on the second Q though, could be worth a go on a spare bit of something?

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Ingtaer - Cheers, mate. Yeah I did I busted out the 000 for the checkers on the vambrace on rider two. It makes them so much fething easier. There's gonna be checkers on everything now. I was a bit hesitant when using it though. It just seems so darn delicate. Have you used your new brushes yet?
I'm about to head out and will be near a GW, so I might stop by and get the redshirts thoughts on the DR/EG conundrum as well. He's good bloke and a keen painter, so I'm hoping he might have some advice as well. A test piece for the silver highlights is probably a good idea too. I never think of using a test bit...

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Wonder how long your new found chequer enthusiasm will last! I have used all my brushes bar the 2 so far, its just too big for what I have been currently painting. Loving them though, as you said the resevoir on them is just insane.

If you have any bits already painted black it could be worth taking them along to the GW with you and paint them in store. Will show you exactly what you will be getting!

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Ing - Guess we'll see about the checkers!

Bit of a scattershot update here.

So I ended up getting both Eshin and Dark Reaper. I tried them both in store and couldn't quite decide which one I like more. When I got home and laid down some of the DG over the ravenwing, I liked it immediately. Grey, but with a touch of blue.
At the moment the black knights are all but done. Just need to touch up the bike highlights a bit.
Couple of random shots.


Also got to really put the triple aught brush to the test. It's bloody beautiful!


^ This one turned out a bit out of focus but what evs.


Also ordered, received and put together some more paint racks. Then I reorganised my desk!


Shot of said desk, just because.



Now I've started work on some Cataphractii terminators. I'm a bit torn on how to arm them at the moment. All bolters and power fists is a likely option. Cheap and simple. They don't come with a great many options unfortunately, neither in the kit nor the codex.
I had though about turning them into a squad of DW knights. I've seen it done before and they look grouse with maces and shields. But I don't have the requisite parts, so that might have to be an option for a later date. It is a rather nice kit though.


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Bikes are looking great.

One of these days I need a system for my paints. Problem is all the different pot sizes/shapes.

I wish they would give the 30k terminators more options. They way they wrote the rules for them in 40k sucks. I built mine all claws, but that might not have been the best idea. I think they only hit the table once or twice in 8th. Did OK. The ability to wound anything of 8th plus a lot of attacks w/rerolls to wound can hurt a lot of things. But SBs are decent these days, and let them put a lot of fire downrange. Fists for crumping anything that gets close.

Careful putting them together. I think the tabards are keyed to specific legs. I remember having some issues with them.

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The place I get my paint racks from cater to quite a few different brands. So i've got some for 2 for dropper bottles and 2 for GW bottles, which also fit a couple of other brands as well.
But they're so damn useful. Really worth the money I think.

It is a shame they don't have better options. But as you say, the storm/combi bolters are a little beefier now, what with the (formally) beta-bolter rules. 20 shots at 24" ain't bad, D6 shots from a grenade harness if something reaches 12".
The Cataphractiis better invul save makes them more useful for guarding objectives or maybe area denial then Indominus or Tartaros termies. And I think if you stick a Lt. and/or an Apothecary near them, they could be a bit troublesome. But this is purely speculative. As I haven't played many games of 8th yet. So i'm theorizing here. I may just end up mixing them into other squads for a bit of armour flavour and just playing them as regular termies.
It would appear that some tabards work better with some legs.

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The details you’ve pulled off are astounding, the000 brush might help, but your freehand is all skill .

Jealous of a window to look out of , but then again it would be more of a distraction for me.

Rocking the color wheel , is that the official GW one from a couple years ago? Or an art store purchase?

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Lots of exciting things going on. Riders are looking very nice. I think you made a solid choice on the highlight color. Excellent work on the chest scroll. Your workspace is lovely, and I look forward to seeing the Cataphractii develop.
   
 
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