Bavarians

Recently finished this little force for games of Sharp Practice. Over the coming weeks I will be getting back into blogging and will publish more detailed painting guides. I decided very early on that I didn't want another generic Cornflower Blue army and decided to go with the Light Infantry option on the Too Fat… Continue reading Bavarians

P 52 Mustangs

Just thought i would show a couple of planes I finished for a commission. They are both P52 Mustangs from the 2nd world war. Both have been heavily weathered with oil paints to create streaks of dirt and grime. Paint chipping was achieved with a sponge and a very dark brown followed by adding a… Continue reading P 52 Mustangs

Dropzone Commander

Some Dropzone Commander for you today. This was a recently finished commission. Been stuck at the back of the queue for a while but now finished. Painted in US military green then airbrushed and weathered with oil washes and sponge chipping. First applied with a dark panzer grey then red leather and orange gently stippled… Continue reading Dropzone Commander

A Tribute to ‘Pets at Home

A few very fast sketch/paintings achieved yesterday and completed this morning. No idea why I did these but had seen the movie a couple of days earlier and these ideas were the first thing to come to mind when I picked up the paint brushes. My nephew is going to flip out when I give… Continue reading A Tribute to ‘Pets at Home

The Ant Hill Mob, a Necromunda story

 THE ANT HILL MOB            The plasteel-walled metropolis loomed over the eastern bank of the river. Even this broad watercourse showed but a faint glimmering of reflected light, so dark was the night. The city's many massive gates were shut fast. Sentries from the Planetary Defence Force paced the outer walls,… Continue reading The Ant Hill Mob, a Necromunda story