Friday, July 10, 2020

WHAT I'VE BEEN UP TO

Right.

So I as usual it's been kinda quiet on this here blog for the last couple of months. If you want to keep track of what I'm doing I'd recommend following me on the instagrams, as I actually update that account pretty frequently.

Anyway, to get this blog up to date, I thought I'd just make a big ol' dump post with all the stuff I've been working on.

To begin with I did a few more sisters, including a Shield-maiden converted from the awesome Triumf of Saint Katherine set. A set which the nice people at Warhammer Community kindly sent me.



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Then there were a bunch of new Deathwatch models. I just love doing these - I'm aiming for a small, patrol size army.









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After the Inquisition I made a 180 and turned to Chaos. Inspired by the 28 MAG Mhorrigot competition, I finally, after years and years, completed an actual Mhorrigotii-daemon. Pretty happy with the result. I added wings as that just helped sell the model as a daemon, and distance it from the original nighthaunt model.



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And finally, a few weeks ago, out of nowhere, I got a very large and heavy box in the mail. What could it be?
Well, it turned out those previously mentioned fine people at Warhammer Community had sent me nothing less than the brand new 9th edition 40k box!

Here's what I've done with it so far. The assault marines (whom I love) are of course painted up as Metatron marines. The Necrons are test-paints - still haven't quite landed on a scheme for them, but I do like the one with the red lights...







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And... that's it for now! I'll be back in another few months. Or not.
Again - if you want to keep up please follow me on https://www.instagram.com/the_convertorum/

Take care and stay safe!



6 comments:

  1. OMG, those marines and sisters are amazing, especially the shields and freehand!

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    1. Thanks! The freehand work really is the fun stuff!

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  2. Nice to see you are still getting hobby work done!

    No Instagram for me - yet another online place I haven't the time to keep checking along with Twitter, etc.

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    1. I hear you. But The Instagrams are lot easier to update on the fly, compared to the blogg - now that Blogger lacks app-support...

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