Sunday 5 April 2015

"Rynn's World" - a Rogue Trader 40k campaign: more beakies WIP

In a forum someone asked for a pic before the paint was applied. Here you go - the servitors are working hard and mindless to produce even more WH40k RT era Mk. VI power armour ;-)

I use "UHU patafix" strips (I think you guys in the English speaking countries know it as "blu tack") to attach my figures to that piece of wood - its an easy way to use spray primer on them because you can turn them without falling down and get the primer everywhere. The weapons have been temporarily pinned to old flight bases to handle them while painting.

Saturday 4 April 2015

"Rynn's World" - a Rogue Trader 40k campaign: Crimson Fists squad #2

After a little delay (its called real life I guess...) here is squad #2 of my Rogue Trader Crimson Fists:

Squad #2, all metal from 1987
Sergeant's helmet in appropriate markings
Free hands for chapter badge and rank emblem
I just love that aiming squad leader figure! here he is close up.

There were two more figures I finished at the same time. One is a lascannon that one day will be part of a support squad and the other miniature is going to be Veteran Sergeant Huron Grimm who is going to see action in the "Battle for Jadeberry Hill" scenario.

I wasn't sure about adding gems to a space marine but in the end I think it looks not too bad.
Power pack :-)
Veteran Sergeant Huron Grimm
One of the cool things about RT era miniatures is that their guns don't have that heroic scale. A bolt pistol actually is small like its supposed to be compared to the guy wielding it.

More to come guys. I promise!