Thursday, October 13, 2011

My First try at OSL...not horrible...needs work...thoughts?

Friday, June 24, 2011

Terrain Project, Stone Fort.

This was really easy and simple to do. And i think it looks good, good enough for terrain

Bought from the WarStore

Prime Black
Drybrush Stone with Folk Art 721 Denim Blue
Drybrush Stone with Fol Art 425 Medium Gray
Drybrush Stone with Folk Art 450 Parchment
Wash With Badab Black

Metal Sides and archway
Heavy Drybrush Boltgun Metal
Wash with Badab Black
Dry brush with Chainmail
Wash with Devlan Mud

Wood Top
Base Coat Americana DA65 Dark Chocolate
Heavy Wash with Devlan Mud
Dry Brush with Khemri Brown

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Eldar Rangers

First off a Special Treat, here is my finished Eldar Farseer, all the details and baseing is done so i figured i'd give you a good front/back shot. Hope ya like it.

Finished! finally...Here they are folks hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed painting them. Click on the images to get a better look. Really tried to keep these guys earthy, without over useing the Green that i've themed the entire army with. I used gray scales for the cloaks and stuff. I like how they turned out, i was troubled at first, because they really didnt "Pop" out like the rest of my Eldar seem to have so far. But A friend told me They're Rangers, they're supposed to blend in and not stand out. So i'm hoping he was being honest and not just nice. Here they are, comments always welcome.

Sunday, March 27, 2011


Well lately i've been working on a few different things, some are finished some are still WIP so here are a few shots i've taken

Eldar Rangers 2 of 5

Eldar Farseer and Warlock with Witch Blade

Eldar Seer Council

WraithLord Work In Progress

This is a special marine i'm working on, For my Imperial Fists, i'm Making a SternGuard unit that consists of 5 different chapters of Marines...I really just felt like adding some color and painting some of the different armor sets. They will all have a death watch shoulder pad (thats kinda the fluff behind the unit, they all served previously on a DWKT and they found themselves on the same planet fighting yadda yadda yadda) so here is the Ultra Marine, my First so far
I'd like to thank Model Bits Matt for helping me get the right bits for this specific project, check him out at

Monday, March 21, 2011

My Work Area

For those of you intrested here is an inside look at both my Main Painting area, and my garage Gaming area and work bench.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Imp Fist Builds

Been working alot, so i haven't updated my blog in a bit, i've managed to get some of my Imperial Fists are some pics of some recent work

Been working alot, so i haven't updated my blog in a bit, i've managed to get some of my Imperial Fists are some pics of some recent work

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Growin Up

Since becoming a parent about 14 months ago it has had a considerable amount of impact on my hobby. With the support of a wonderful fiancĂ©, I was allowed to put a small card table up in the family room to act as a “hobby station” where I have a shelf my dad built to hold some of the models I was currently working on, a nice lamp, and all of my paints. When the baby first came home it was great while he was sleeping I could sit 5 feet away from him and watch him while I painted or built models. And I find that I don’t get out of the house as much, so a lot of that bar time turned into to painting time. I was able to spend a lot more time on my nerd games because I could paint and model from my house. So I would say I’ve actually seen an increase in the amount of hobby time since I’ve become a parent.

As for the negatives, I’ve seen a significant decrease in the amount of game time. I’ve built a table in my garage, and I have a buddy who tries to come over once a week to play Malifaux, which works out, because we can finish a game in 1.5 hours. Where a 40k game can take about 4 hours, and I find I usually don’t have 4 hours for a game anymore. I don’t get to play against a wide variety of people and that stinks…I’ve tried to reach out and meet new gamers and get them to come to the house and play…but that can be a little weird, inviting people you really don’t know to come over and hang out at your house.

I think any Gamer that’s a parent would say just about all the same things, and its nice to know that there are other our there who are just like me and we can bouce ideas off of each other and such. So thanks again to all my 40K radio FreeBootaz Forum Dads Club guys…

Honestly this whole post was mainly put up to show the picture above. My 14 mo Old son has finally figure out how to get to my stuff…So Anyone have any good advice for me? Is there a better way to shield my stuff? Or is it time to move everything down to the basement and just work on stuff down there? Anyways...i must say, i'm pretty proud of him for dragging the jug of coins over to the table and getting up there...good work kid...