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Yeah, I second graven's sentiments. You really knocked it out of the park on those faces.

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Orks-in-Progress, Finished Orks.
Terrain I'm making.
The Darion Sector War Campaign.
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Northumberland

Those orcs are fantastic, definitely nailed the faces!

One and a half feet in the hobby


My Painting Log of various minis:
# Olthannon's Oscillating Orchard of Opportunity #

 
   
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Grisly Ghost Ark Driver






Great job on the Orcs - they're very scary!

See what's on my painting table Now painting: Kruleboyz Gutrippaz 
   
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Death-Dealing Ultramarine Devastator






The leather on the two Defenders of Helm's Deep looks really great.
   
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UK

 inmygravenimage wrote:
Faces look particularly good dude.


Thanks, Graven!

Warboss_Waaazag wrote:Yeah, I second graven's sentiments. You really knocked it out of the park on those faces.


Cheers, you are too kind

Olthannon wrote:Those orcs are fantastic, definitely nailed the faces!


Thanks, mate, FW resin models may be spendy, but their casting has really improved imo, the LOTR models I have got recently have all been flawless.

Gwyn chan 'r Gwyll wrote:Great job on the Orcs - they're very scary!

Tommygun1918 wrote:The leather on the two Defenders of Helm's Deep looks really great.


Thanks, chaps, always nice to have people pop in and have a look at my daubs

Today, we have a bit more LOTR.

Burárum - It's Treebeard! The old metal model rather than the new plastic one...


   
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Ancient Venerable Dreadnought






Crackin work on treebeard he looks awesome, as do Merry & Pippin on his shoulders. Love how his feet/roots merge in to the ground too,

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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 gobert wrote:
Crackin work on treebeard he looks awesome, as do Merry & Pippin on his shoulders. Love how his feet/roots merge in to the ground too,


Thanks! The wee hobbits themselves were actually painted ages ago, I did them at the same time as all the other versions of M & P

Here's a 30k Alpha Legion Praetor:



Not that happy with the green bits, and should maybe have used a different colour than red for the cloak as it's a bit similar to the base colour. Ah well

   
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A bit more progress on the Warhound titan.

Got the legs finished and glued to the pelvis, so it's much more stable now. Will add some transfers to the empty leg panel at the end.



   
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Walking Dead Wraithlord






Wow. Heck of a project. The gold is looking great. Love Treebeard, too!
   
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Ancient Venerable Dreadnought






Nice praetor and the Titan is looking amazing! The gap filling seems to have been a success

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Northumberland

Excellent work on Treebeard and the Praetor paint jobs, the effect on the power sword is very cool.

The Titan is looking epic!

One and a half feet in the hobby


My Painting Log of various minis:
# Olthannon's Oscillating Orchard of Opportunity #

 
   
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UK

gobert wrote:Nice praetor and the Titan is looking amazing! The gap filling seems to have been a success


Cheers! Still a bit more fine tuning to do on the filling, but it's getting there

Olthannon wrote:Excellent work on Treebeard and the Praetor paint jobs, the effect on the power sword is very cool.

The Titan is looking epic!


Thanks Not got any more titan work done yet, it's a bit daunting, so I might just tackle another little bit like the head next.

youwashock wrote:Wow. Heck of a project. The gold is looking great. Love Treebeard, too!


Thanks, v kind

Today we have a set of Theodens King of Rohan:

On foot:


Mounted:


Mounted with armour:


The metal infantry model is my favourite, it really actually looks a bit like Bernard Hill

2023's total is now 96, so I should break the 100 mark again, which is good

   
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Mostly, on my phone.

All great but the basic mounted is my favourite, the face is perfect

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.  
   
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Northumberland

Agreed! The white on the horse is very nicely done, as is the scale armour.

One and a half feet in the hobby


My Painting Log of various minis:
# Olthannon's Oscillating Orchard of Opportunity #

 
   
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UK

inmygravenimage wrote:All great but the basic mounted is my favourite, the face is perfect


Extremely kind, thanks

Olthannon wrote:Agreed! The white on the horse is very nicely done, as is the scale armour.


Cheers!

I managed to get the Warhound head done over the weekend. Who needs a body or arms when you've got BIG STOMPY FEET?



   
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Northumberland

to be fair I'd be terrified if that charged at me on a battlefield.

One and a half feet in the hobby


My Painting Log of various minis:
# Olthannon's Oscillating Orchard of Opportunity #

 
   
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Ancient Venerable Dreadnought






Nice triumvirate of Theodan King, gotta agree with the others that the horse is really well done. The big door pattern warhound looks cool too!

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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Olthannon wrote: to be fair I'd be terrified if that charged at me on a battlefield.


Cheers It's very nearly complete now, so will be appearing soon.

gobert wrote:Nice triumvirate of Theodan King, gotta agree with the others that the horse is really well done. The big door pattern warhound looks cool too!


Thanks, gobert


Got some 30k AL jetbikes done:



These are mostly 3d printed, except the heads, torsos and shoulder pads.

   
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Mostly, on my phone.

Ooh. Beautiful fuselages.

Theophony"... and there's strippers in terminator armor and lovecraftian shenanigans afoot."
Solar_Lion: "Man this sums up your blog nicely."

Anpu-adom: "being Geek is about Love. Some love broadly. Some love deeply. And then there are people like Graven.  
   
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Ancient Venerable Dreadnought






Those jet bikes printed out and painted up very nicely! The spray of dirt at the front and on their feet adds a good bit of dynamism!

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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Northumberland

Those jetbikes are awesome Slinky! Really like that colour shift between the front and back.

One and a half feet in the hobby


My Painting Log of various minis:
# Olthannon's Oscillating Orchard of Opportunity #

 
   
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UK

inmygravenimage wrote:Ooh. Beautiful fuselages.


Cheers!

gobert wrote:Those jet bikes printed out and painted up very nicely! The spray of dirt at the front and on their feet adds a good bit of dynamism!


Thanks

Olthannon wrote:Those jetbikes are awesome Slinky! Really like that colour shift between the front and back.


They came out well, I was pleased with the prints, though I had to split them in half, the resulting join line wasn't too bad...

Today, I can finally show off the finished Warhound titan!




Somewhat inspired by the Titans that originally fired my imagination in White Dwarf 108, with the Fire Wasps emblem proudly displayed, and "camouflage" of a sort on the carapace

Definitely in a bit of a hobby slump again, got 18 Warg Riders underway but feeling no motivation, may shift to something else...

TTFN





   
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Rugby

Now that is stunning, really nice finish, the deep red is ace and the gold trim is really well done
   
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Superb. A fantastic monument to the hobby.
   
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Fantastic work on the warhound! A real centre piece for sure! The camo on its back is great and hilarious all at the same time

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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Alaricuk wrote:Now that is stunning, really nice finish, the deep red is ace and the gold trim is really well done


youwashock wrote:Superb. A fantastic monument to the hobby.


gobert wrote:Fantastic work on the warhound! A real centre piece for sure! The camo on its back is great and hilarious all at the same time


Thanks, all! There's a small chance that, like a maniac, I have started printing Reaver parts

I managed to get going by splitting up my 18 Warg Riders into smaller chunks - 6 of them are now done!



Not great models, these ones are a mix of various eBay lots with bad gluing, thick paint, mould lines galore etc, but they are done.


2023's score is now a fairly healthy 124

   
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Northumberland

Fantastic work with the titan. The dazzle camouflage looks great.

The warg riders are nice as well, the fur is really well done.

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My Painting Log of various minis:
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USA

Your warhound looks amazing, nicely done. Something to be proud of for sure. If you happen to be printing a Reaver now, I'm looking forward to seeing that too.

   
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Nice work on the Wargs, but definitely looking forward to some Reaver mania!

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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Olthannon wrote:Fantastic work with the titan. The dazzle camouflage looks great.

The warg riders are nice as well, the fur is really well done.


Thanks! Got 12 more of the Wargs to go, but struggling to want to somehow...

Syro_ wrote:Your warhound looks amazing, nicely done. Something to be proud of for sure. If you happen to be printing a Reaver now, I'm looking forward to seeing that too.


gobert wrote:Nice work on the Wargs, but definitely looking forward to some Reaver mania!


Ask and you shall receive Sneak peek of part of the Reaver:



I have also 3d-printed and painted a Blood Angels Predator - My younger son has joined the school Warhammer club, and they were in need of a tank, and I was in need of a quick project to get my hobby mojo going!




   
 
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