Finished my Grey Knights for Tim’s Shadow War: Armageddon campaign this weekend:
Thanks, Dave G., for the unexpected gift.
I have the original figure for this guy, too (and a few of his buddies):
One of the cannon barrels got damaged (on the sprue), so I had to rebuild it with a bit of sprue and some green stuff.
Probably won’t be able to enter anything in the Wpg War Council’s monthly painting challenge in Jan/Feb, as I’ll be busy getting these guys finished. As we’ve established, I paint at a speed that can only be measured on geological time scales.
Not really New Year’s resolutions but rather a short-term plan of action. Might happen if I write it down, you know?
- Finish up the Grey Knights kill team for the upcoming SW:A weekend game in February
- One or more of the Shadespire warbands I got for xmas
- Warhammer 40K – probably a small Primaris marine army
- Units from the Dogs of War GW fantasy figs that I’ve collected over the last few years*
- WWII British paratrooper reinforced platoon (there is progress, but it keeps getting back-burnered)*
Stuff marked with a “*” is from last year’s list, so take this where it comes from.
My entry for the Winnipeg War Council December painting challenge
…and a case of killing two birds with one stone, as this is a test model for the Grey Knights I’m planning on taking to Tim’s in February for his wargaming weekend.
Did some work on the Shadow War: Armageddon Grey Knights kill team I’m taking for Tim’s February wargaming weekend. Even though they only need 3-5 figs for a team, I’m painting up enough to be able to WYSIWYG for upgrades and such…
Used my new compressor for the first time. Lovely.
As an aside, this was also the first time I used the Citadel Air line of airbrush paints. Impressed so far.