Showing posts with label Sons of Horus. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sons of Horus. Show all posts

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Legion Scimitar Pattern Jetbikes - Sons of Horus - Forgeworld


Hello everyone

I just finished another project, so time for another blogpost :-D

This time I've painted 6 Scimitar Jetbikes, because my Sons of Horus army really needed some Fast Attack options (and they look amazing!). These have been so much fun to paint, even though painting 24 magnetized heavy weapons were quite boring....

I'm really looking forward to try them out, both as a Fast Attack option and as Heavy Support!

Here's a few more pictures. Hope you like them.


Chris

  
  
  


Monday, 5 March 2018

Cerastus Knight-Castigator - House Makabius - Forgeworld



Hello everyone!

Got around to finishing the Knight-Castigator, so here's a nice large photo dump :-p
Make the shell casings out of plastic rods in 2mm and 2,5mm then just slabbed on some paint and a wash. Also this is in my mind the best use of the Betrayal at Calth Contemptor Dreadnought ;-)
The base miniatures are painted as Salamanders to annoy one of my good friends who plays them :-p

First Knight done, 2 to go ;-)

Chris

   
  
  














Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Cerastus Knight Castigator - House Makabius - Work in Progress



Hello everyone!

Small progress update today. As some might have seen on my Instagram, I'm currently working on this Knight-Castigator and thought I'd make a small post about it on the blog, since I just "finished" the Knight part of the project.

So far I think I've worked on this model for roughly 2 weeks, never thought I would paint it this fast, but it turns out Knights are really easy to paint, since 80% is just a metal skeleton and everything else is almost so large you can airbrush it :-D I painted it as belonging to House Makabius, because I really liked the colourscheme and also because they were a traitor house and also since Forgeworld makes a very nice transfer sheet for it!
I added quite a lot of Sons of Horus transfers as well, symbolising battle honours and allegiance.

I did make a boo boo when glueing on the carapace armour to the torso, which did ruin it slightly (very slightly but still)....but at this point I just can't be arsed to sand it down and repaint it. Other than that it has been pure joy to paint, even though masking off the armour panels to airbrush the bronze/gold trim did suck, but it was worth it.

Anyway, the Knight is "finished" and I'm currently working on the 2 models which will be placed on the base. Thinking about painting them as Salamanders, since it would annoy one of my good mates :-p  When I get closer to finishing the base I will go back and add some pigments to the knight.


That's it for now, here's a few more pictures :-)

Chris




Friday, 16 February 2018

Phobos Land Raider MKIIB - GW/Forgeworld


Hello everyone!

Another project has been finished, this time my army is increased with some much needed transport vehicles, 2 Phobos Land Raider MKIIB.

I've never painted a Land Raider before so it has been quite fun, however in the future I might not paint 2 at the same time :-p It wasn't the easiest set to fit together, the mix of resin and plastic part is always a test to properly assemble, as one is precision made and the another not quite as much, but in the end it turned out ok :-D

Anyway have some pictures!

*Oh and before anyone ask, the tracks are from Extra Armour, gives it an awesome Horus Heresy feel.

  
  
  
  


My next project is a Cerastus Knight-Castigator, which I'm very much looking forward to!

Until next time
Chris

Sunday, 14 January 2018

Horus the Warmaster Primarch of the Sons of Horus - Forgeworld


Hello everyone!

Today is a great day for my Sons of Horus army, as they are finally joined by their beloved Primarch, Horus Lupercal. I've been painting on my army for a couple of years now, so it was only fitting that Horus had to be my next project. This model was simply a joy to paint, so rich in detail and such a striking pose. I did have my doubts about the base, but I think I managed to get done in a way that makes it fit in with the rest of the army.

I tried to challenge myself a bit on this model, trying some new techniques and such and overall I'm very happy with the result.

I think it took me about 4 weeks to paint this, so not to bad I think :)


Anyway, have some more pictures! Please feel free to comment either here or on Instagram (@DornsArrow).

Until next time
Chris










Update 15.01.2018
A few people asked if I could take some pictures with a white background, so here you go :)