I haven't uploaded any painting images for ages - fear not though (I doubt you would be afraid anyway), I have not stopped painting.
As I have a lot of commitments however, my progress is very slow, and so updates to this thread will not be incredibly regular.
I do have an old P&M thread, but I flooded it with images, I got virtually no feedback, and now I can upload images to sites that are easy to manage.
So here's the start of something new, and hopefully we'll have better luck with this thread than the old one!
At the moment (September 2013), I'm only 15 years old, so take this into account when giving feedback for my painting.
Thanks for being such a great site Dakka, and may the mayhem begin!
I have another thread showing all my completed models here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/551971.page
If you're looking for a thread that won't send you insane, click on that link instead.
It will be much more pleasant.
But if you're in it for the tough & gritty thing that is my mekboy brain, stick along for the ride!
Firstly, here are some pictures of my Blood Angels and Orks as they stand.
These are far from all my GW
miniatures, but they are my primary armies for 40k
, and as such I want to work mainly on them.
Enjoy! C&C more than welcome!
Orks - 5000pts
Ghazgkull Thraka (completed)
Blood Angels - 2000pts
Assault Squad (complete)
Death Company (only chaplain completed, rest WIP
The Sanguinor - Non-metallic metal experiment
Terminator Squad with Captain
Tactical Squad (mostly completed)
The Stormraven is still being assembled, and the land raider was inherited second-hand
So now I ask you dakka. What do you think I should get finished first? I have a lot to do, so it seems a bit overwhelming at times, but if people could put forward ideas of what unit they think I should complete next, I'm happy to oblige!
If I instead work on something completely different, don't feel offended, I probably will just get an idea or an urge and feel like I have to go with it!
Also, feel free to ask for more pictures of individual units! I've just done an overview in this post, but I'm happy to put up more detailed pictures!
Until next time,