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kharadron Overlord Frigate

I love this set, really enjoyed painting it.

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Ork bike and Marines

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This Ork came as part of a Build and paint kit I bought from my local model shop.
https://www.games-workshop.com/en-GB/build_paint?_requestid=7757904#ork_blastabike

To be honest it was cheap, but not a bargain, the Orks are made from a horrible green plastic, comes with no base for he bike and the model is obviously quite old. The face and bike are not the best sculptures. So I clipped off his head and arm and replaced with a set from the boyz box, and added a stolen flamer.

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Frostgrave Space marine mash up

One of my favourite things about this hobby, especially plastic kits, is being able to take parts and make something new. Bits here from frostgrave and bolt Action meet some space marines. These guys represent a the stranded remnant defending a long forgotten outpost. IMG_3295IMG_3296
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Sigmarine after Botticelli

Got this stormcast eternal given me free from my Flgs. Wasn’t sure what to do with him so I added a bolter and some swords and cut the emblem off his shield, then I decided to give him some renaissance art… the birth of Venus by botticelli…

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Loads of battle of the Bulge stuff

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Gallery of Games Workshop stuff

Some GW I recently painted. All I just done for the fun of it, not really for any army, just for painting pleasure.

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Urban terrain (1)

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Made some urban city terrain for 7tv/Black Opps. I wanted to have it useable for late 1960’s onward so have kept thing fairly generic. Also aiming for a decayed feel.

Firstly I wanted to make some little piles of rubbish, boxes and black bags. So0 I made a simple template for boxes and some green stuff black plastic bags, added some ballast and painted.

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The other thing I wanted to make was a car park tile.

I foamex board, the sort that you find on shop signs, not the featherlite variety but Matt PVC version, a little bit more pricey than the lighter stuff but more durable.

I then scratched into the surface to create cracks and stuck on some patches and little piles of gravel, coated in super glue to show the deteriorated concrete.

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I created a path of PVC & gravel/ballast and added card tiles to the edge.

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Then I spray painted it and painted the details using washes and dry brushing.

Lastly I made a stencil and used a sponge to add the white lines. This could be done with masking tape if you wanted a neater, more freshly applied line.

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