So in between giving out awesome advice, helping out people with army lists, writing guest articles for blog networks and desperately trying to get my followers count above the 100 mark, I occasionally paint some models.....I know it's an action packed life I lead.....
These 'Wolf Guard' are good enough for normal games now and I'm much happier with the new darker grey colouring I've gone with on the 'Veterans/Sergeants/Champions' in my units. The old blue colour was a bit to shiny and bright to fit the armies general theme.
Wolf Guard - Angled View 1
Wolf Guard - Angled View 2
My 'Rune Priest' still needs some highlighting and unit markings. Unfortunately the Chaos Shoulder pad that I've put on the models right shoulder is a bit of an odd shape to put the Night Reapers Chapter symbol on. I may have to put the symbol on the wrong side and his 'I'm a Librarian' rank marking on the other.
Rune Priest - Front View
Rune Priest - Rear View
Some of you might remember my first attempt at making a Space Marine on Jet Bike to use as a Command Squad guy for a potential Bike army (I have most of the models, just not the inclination currently). Well I tidied that first attempt up a little and gave it a splash of paint and am pleased enough with the result to consider making the other five that the army would need.
Space Marine Jet Bike - Side View
Space Marine Jet Bike - Opposite Side View
Space Marine Jet Bike - Top View
Space Marine Jet Bike - Angled View
Space Marine Jet Bike - Opposite Angle View
I've also made a start on 'Counts As' Kharn the Betrayer
'Counts As' Kharn the Betrayer - View 1
'Counts As' Kharn the Betrayer - View 2
And my 'Counts As' Iron Hand Straken who's justification 'fluff' can be found here.
'Counts As' Iron Hand Straken.
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