Sunday, January 25, 2009

A quick update on WoC progress

A lot has been going on lately, so painting time is at a premium. I have 2 more units completed, one of which is not necessary for the 500 pts I need to have painted, but will come in handy as we go up in points.

My Exalted Hero on Steed of Slaanesh - This was model was a joy to paint and I really liked how the basing turned out.

My Marauder Horsemen - I still need to churn out one more unit of these for my 500 pt list. I always find it funny how you notice things after taking a the base of the far left model not being completely painted which I fixed after looking at the pic.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Painting League

So it looks like there will be a painting league at Sci-Fi Genre. This could be just thing I need to get motivated and actually paint an army....especially rank and file troops that my ADD will not permit me to work on. Being that this is for Warhammer Fantasy, I signed up with my sexy new Warriors of Chaos army.

I plan to use this blog to track my progress as I try to complete my 500 pt list by Feb 10th. The units I had completed prior to throwing this blog together are as follows:

My Knights of Slaanesh - I really wanted to work with all of the detail in the barding and armor, but I felt it would have made the models WAY too busy.

My Sorcerer of Tzeentch - I haven't decided what to do with his base yet, as I scratch made this Disc of Tzeentch which I intend for him to stand on at least a good 75% of the time. This was also my first run-in with snow you can see from the Knights above, I have gotten a better grasp of how to properly utilize it.

The task at hand...

I'm basically starting this blog to track my progress as I try to actually get some painting done on my Games Workshop miniatures.

As you can see I have my work cut out for me.

There are a few people out there who actually want to see what I have been working on from time to time and its a hassle to have them make a Myspace account or similar. This seemed like the best solution and I admittedly stole the idea from my future brother-in-law!