I thought I'd celebrate yesterdays sudden rise in interest for this blog with a bunch of old crap!
These minis are a few years old from when I had just started to get back to "The Hobby". Hence their somewhat crude appearance.
Or perhaps I should say even cruder...
Ah, well, we INQ28 aficionados are drawn to great blogs just as flies are drawn to a carcass ;-)ReplyDelete
In your case, the additional attention is very much deserved, though: The models you have posted so far are uniformly excellent. Marvelous work!
Instantly bookmarked ;-)
Christ! These look wonderful! Well done, sir!ReplyDelete
"Ah, well, we INQ28 aficionados are drawn to great blogs just as flies are drawn to a carcass ;-)" - Nice comparison, KS! ;)ReplyDelete
So much epicness in only one post! Really great stuff! Can't wait to see more conversion madness from your great mind! :D
Thanks for your kind words, guys!ReplyDelete
I´ll put up some more stuff when I get back home! There´s plenty more where this came from...
Ohh, yes please! ;-)Delete
I hope you realise that we will probably need to steal a million ideas from this blog ;-)
Seriously, though: Keep up the fantastic work! And maybe show your face around the Ammobunker's INQ28 forum too, that might help in attracting an even bigger crowd!
They´re actually not intended for Inq28 - I use them in my Daemonhunter/Grey Knights army.Delete
I´ll look into the Ammobunker though!
I agree wholeheartedly with Kraut :)ReplyDelete
Really nice models mate - looking forward to see more of your splendid work :)
A description of used bits and conversions would be nice though :)
Keep it up :)
Amazing freehand on the banners and coats. Excellent work.ReplyDelete
I like how your "old crap" and "crude appearance" figures are so very good... I particularly like the banner work.ReplyDelete
Stunning work here J, very cool stuff!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks guys! Glad you like 'em!!ReplyDelete
These are great. The free hand on the back of the Inquisitor's robe is wonderful stuff.ReplyDelete
The battle psyker you have made is I think the best one I have seen made using the flaggelant kit. He really looks the part.
Just found your blog a few days ago... loving your work!ReplyDelete
Great conversions and awesome paintjobs :)