Blight drone discharging itself for good behaviour

The blight drone (greater blight drone now) is one of my favourite models. Forgeworld really spoils the followers of Nurgle and this model is no exception. I saw this model first hand at Warhammer World, painted by Mark Bedford. It was so different to everything else. So different from everything else Nurgle at the time…

They’ve drunk all your milkshake – Two Nurgle daemon princes

I converted a Daemon Prince of Nurgle a long time ago and then made him again with newer parts more recently. He was a success on the tabletop (he has an unbelievable undefeated status versus dreadknights) but was ageing. This is GW’s daemon Prince of Nurgle. I think all Nurgle followers should feel blessed there…

Bloodbowl Stinks – kitbash Nurgle Team (WIP)

This is my kitbash Nurgle bloodbowl team so far. The GW one was basically the chaos team with a couple of zombie repeats. The zombies were fine but repeats and the chaos stuff was stock and not Nurgle at all. Like a lot of my conversion I felt I really had to make my own.…

Bloodbowl’s Nasty – kitbash Dark Elf Team

These are my kitbashed Dark Elf Bloodbowl players. The new GW Dark Elf team has just been leaked so it seemed a good time to show my efforts. I really enjoy playing Bloodbowl and I particularly enjoy playing Dark Elves. They are quite a unique elf team. I tried to convey their character in the…

Writing my Oblituary – Kitbash Obliterators

Making your own Obliterators is practically a right of passage as a Chaos player. I liked my original Obliterator models. Barrels coming out of eyes, mouths the works... They are three distinct models. This is how Obliterators were released originally so this is how I knew them. I was happily using these. The new models…

Homage to 40k

This is a blog post dedicated to homages. Being inspired by the 40k artwork to make your models just like it. Talking about my homages and why I do them. Read more and see all the images after the click.

Logan Grimnar

The Wolf Lords project wouldn’t be complete without the big dog himself. The sheer detail on this model made me put aside my converted version. He’s even got a wolf head on the top of the vents at the back of his terminator armour under the cloak! I bet no one knows about that until…

Erik Morkai

If wolf lords could be afraid then Erik Morkai is the Wolf Lord they would fear. Erik Morkai is the scary one. Scary Wolf (Erik), baby (Ragnar), ginger (Krom), sporty (Sven) and posh (Egil - have you seen his collection of automobiles?). He favours Wolf Scouts, stealth tactics and viciousness in combat. There is artwork…

Kjarl Grimblood

Kjarl Grimblood loves fire, his company cover their faces in blood after killing an enemy with flames. He’s rumoured to have ‘the gift’ (psyker), he sees the future in fire. And he has 12 land raider redeemers (in the West Indies). Did I mention he loves fire? For me terminator armour and land raiders go…

Harald Deathwolf

Harald was a lot of fun to paint. He’s got a painting guide in ‘companies of fenris’ which was super helpful. I didn’t convert him or paint him differently. He’s a relatively recent (compared to Ragnar!) release. Like Krom the model and artwork are pretty consistent. It’s well established that is what he looks like.…

Gunnar Redmoon

Gunnar Redmoon was another Wolf Lord with relatively little known about him. He appears at some point in the Space Wolf omnibus but I haven’t read that far! So what I knew was; he’s big, loud and likes the good company of Long fangs (for the krak). So I put him in termie armour to…

Engir Krakendoom

Engir Krakendoom is the first Wolf Lord in the project with no model, no artwork, no wargear options. A blank canvas. According to the fluff Engir Krakendoom is a real sea faring space Viking. He likes boarding parties and outriders. The outrider  aspect caught my imagination for a while. I was using the death watch white…