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  1. I was surprised with this gift for my birthday. My son had ordered the conversion set for the Iron Wolf as I have a preference for the Space Wolves Space Marines chapter. So I have this: And after a day and a half I've gotten this far: It'll be my interpretation of an Iron Wolf Titan, so please bear with me, if it isn't totally by the codex! Cheers Hans J
  2. I'm calling this one for done! The WIP: It was fun! Cheers Hans J
  3. Is anyone here buying the new partwork series Warhammer Mortal Realms? https://www.fauxhammer.com/news/warhammer-mortal-realms-magazine-issues-1-12-content-confirmed/ I picked up the first issue for £2.99...well 2 copies; one for me, and one for my daughter. It comes with 13 Age of Sigmar minis, as well as bits to learn the game. £35 worth of stuff. The plastic minis seem really well sculpted and cast. We are both looking forward to doing them. I will be picking up occasional issues e.g Thorns of the Briar Queen in issue 6. £7 vs £15 for a GW exclusive set?! Easy choice.
  4. Ive been reading through this forum and loving the figures and dioramas on display. So much so, i decided to have a shot at some figures myself with the aim of making a small diorama also. Ive only built wooden boats before, no painting involved, so this is a learning process. I always had an interest in Warhammer 40k when younger, Imperial guards mostly but never got around to it. So i bought some Imperial guards and some Tyranids along with the paints etc required. Following along to a youtube video on how to paint Imperial Guard and what colors to use. Definit
  5. Here's one of my 40k models from a while ago. My Chaos Knight Armiger of Tzeentch. Figured this is the best place for it. Edit: Doh!!!! Supposed to be in RFI. Need an admin to move it pls
  6. Greetings and salutations fine folk of Britmodellerland. A very Happy New year to one and all. With the arrival of 2018 I'm trying to re-kindle a bit of modelling mojo. I've braved the chill cold of the model room/mancave and managed to have a bit of a play. The victim of this renewed vigour is the plastic Imperial Knight kit from Games Workshop. I've already cut my teeth on one of these in the dim and distant past and thoroughly enjoyed it. The previous iteration was built largely from the box and a lovely model it was too (the kit I mean, not my particular rendition..
  7. Hi folk, Here's a look at the Warhammer plastic Imperial Knight model kit. This is not a cheap model at around the £95 mark but it does contain alot of parts. The version I treated myself to includes the Knight Warden parts for carapace mounted weaponry. I'm not a gamer but I do think this version looks cool. My model will be fitted out with the gatling cannon, Thunderstrike gauntlet and a rocket/missile pod along with the usual heavy stubber and flamers. There is a neat decal sheet in the box which carries markings for some of the noble houses and Knights featured in
  8. Hi All, here's a Warhammer Vampire Counts Necromancer figure that I painted a while ago. I really liked the creepy pose of this figure and I always enjoy painting these little skulls that seem to be everywhere in both the WH and 40K universe. I painted him in the classic Vampire Counts red and black scheme using Vallejo acrylics.
  9. Continuing with the Nazgob miniature. It is becoming less ...
  10. Hi All, here's a WIP of an Empire Standard Bearer that I built and painted a while back. I used an Empire Captain (who now seems to have been promoted to 'Freeguild General' !!) as the basis, with a little bit of cusomisation to get the appearance of a battle-hardened campaigner grimly defending his banner. The pose of the figure lent itself to standing on steps - I decided to represent the figure on part of a spiral stone staircase. I decided to scratchbuild the base around the figure, keeping with the Empire/Freeguild theme of castles and the like. As the figure was f
  11. Hi All, here are some images of a Warhammer Dark Elves Sorceress that I completed a while ago. I have also posted a work in progress thread of this figure. Thanks for looking, Andrew
  12. Hi all!!! The last thing I'm painting. A miniature of Nazgob, orc shaman of Warhammer. I painted it for the first time some 20 years ago and now I am repainting it, I hope you like it and advise changes or improvements that can be made. Thank you!!!
  13. Hi all, The new Age of Sigmar (nee Warhammer Fantasy Battle) starter box came out a week or so ago, and I've been spending my evenings since then building the (many!) models contained within. All in all there are 52 miniatures in the box, split about 3/5 between the "Nighthaunt", i.e. spooky ghosts, and 2/5 "Stormcast Eternals" who are seven foot tall superhuman foot knights. I'm intending to paint the ghosts first as they're really cool, a blend of previous Warhammer ghosts and quite a lot of Peter Jackson & co's take on the Ringwraiths. Here are the ghosts in ques
  14. Hi All Here is something I have just finished. The Troggoth Hag from Forgeworld for Warhammer. This was a commission for a friend. It is a lovely figure and tremendous fun to paint. There are so many little details that you don't notice until you are actually painting it. I would show you the Octopus in the net or the snotling hiding in the staff but I forgot to photograph them before It was collected. It took about 6 weeks to do complete. Hope you like it! Thanks for looking Simon
  15. I recently got given some GM Warhammer 40K kits to build and paint. Apart from a general request on the colour scheme (black with yellow highlights, to go with the donor's other 40K models) I was given free rein to weather them to my heart's content. I don't normally do armour but it's something I want to give a try, so this was a chance to have a go on a kit where real-life accuracy wasn't so much of a concern. GM kits are certainly a bit odd if you're used to more conventional models. There's only detail where you can see it (the underside is plain and the track wheels are just m
  16. Haven't done any warhammer / gamesworkshop for about 20 odd years. However recently I decided I wanted to try myhand at painting miniatures again. This was the free model from the September edition of white dwarf. I also picked up a start collecting spacemarines box and a couple of vehicle which I will be knocking together over the next few months. Here is my finished slaughterpriest. The base is suppose to represent a lava stream, chaos and lava seemed a good combo. I modeled that from scracth using a plain round 40mm gamesworkshop base. Model is pinned to the base using paperclip
  17. Hello Everyone, So I mention in Wills great thread about buying a Tau army. I only have a few things to make/play with right now. But as I start playing I am sure it will grow. Right now all I have is : 2 x Hammerheads (Skyray's with the parts). 1 x Devilfish. 1 x Piranha. 2 x Firewarrior Teams. 2 x XV-8 Crisis Teams. 1 x Ethereal. 1 x Pathfinder Team. 1 x Tau Commander Countless drones. I have kinda started on a Crisis Team and the Hammerhead/Skyray's (they where second hand). I've started pa
  18. Hi folks, After the Flesh Hound I painted one of the angels - these are probably the reason I bought the box - it's crazy that you can have something so big and airborne suspended on a skinny bit of plastic scrollwork. Latest bit of this project is the Flesh Hound of Khorne: I've been doing mainly figure modelling since we moved house - my office (and modelling room) is really too cold with the window open at night to paint comfortably. So instead I've been either cleaning up parts or painting things I'd already primed while sat in front of the TV. I posted some of this in anothe
  19. Hi all, managed to spend some time recently working on my second Imperial Guard force, so broke out the Citadel paints and did these. They're sprayed with Zandri Dust, washed predominantly in the panels with Agrax Earthshade and drybrushed heavily with bleached bone. Quite happy with how they turned out. A Squadron, 1st Company, Cadian 30th Armoured Regt Hope you like them! -Flash
  20. Wayne England 1961-2016 You may not recognise the name but you might well recognise the style of work displayed above. Wayne England, a prolific and prodigiously talented artist with many, many credits to his name, sadly passed away this morning. He Is survived by his wife Victoria and children Harry and Millie. TTFN Wyne, the gaming world has become less a colourful place today.
  21. This is my first WH40K figure in my modelling history I like Ork's nature and how they work with their rusty equipment. Honestly, I feel my work is still leak of some pattern decorations compare with others. I may give myself this challenge next time. The figure is completed on few months ago and painted by Vallejo acrylic, plus little MIG AMMO dusty weathering on feet.
  22. Hi folk, I finished my Imperial Knight kit and enjoyed every minute. A quick step-by-step is here should anyone wish to view it: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234993227-warhammer-40k-imperial-knight-carapace-and-other-bits-done/ I opted for the Knight Galant boxing which adds more versions over the original kit. It costs a tenner more but you get the choice of carapace mounted weaponry and new main weapons over and above the first edition. I'm not a gamer so, on this occasion I chose a colour scheme that I liked and it evolved into something resembling "Hous
  23. Hello Everyone, As some of you might've seen, earlier in the year I was given a building from a teacher where I work for his Warhammer Club (clicky linky herey). He liked the one, I done for him that he asked me to do another. I did have a defense line thing which I painted and gave back, but I seemed to have lost the pictures for it... I dunno... Anyhow, he also gave me something called a Firestorm Redoubt, apparently it's for Anti-Air... you can tell I am an avid player huh? Pictures below What do you guys think of my desk at work? Kinda messy huh? The joys of working in IT
  24. Grot Tanks Warhammer 40,000 In a discussion about scratch building for Warhammer, modelglue had asked me to post some shots of these Grot Tanks, so here they are. These were all built 2-3 years ago, mainly as little "palate cleansers" between bigger projects. Forgeworld produce a set of four resin tanks, but they cost a small fortune and it's much more fun to build your own. Pretty much anything goes with these things and, as they're for Orks/Grots, it doesn't really matter if everything fits properly. In fact it's better if they don't. They make great stress relief builds, just stick plast
  25. Sydonian Dragoon Adeptus Mechanicus Warhammer 40,000 This is GW's Sydonian Dragoon from the Ironstrider kit. No WIP as it was just thrown together as a quick side project. It's a typical GW model; quite nice mouldings except for a few clunky areas, much smaller than you expect it to be and stupidly over-priced (£26 for a flimsy end opening box containing two small sprues the size of a regular Airfix 1/72 kit). Apart from drilling out the gun barrel and exhausts, it was strait from the box. Painted in turquoise and cream for no other reason than I liked the colour combination and didn't mu
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