I recently managed to complete my converted Company Master for my Dark Angels. This was a really enjoyable project as it involved various pieces from different models, and after some careful deliberation about how to model this fella, I set to work. The pieces I used were the Space Marine Veteran Sergeant from the old SM Veterans boxed set. The power fist came from my Dark Angels Veterans sprue, the combi-melta uses the tip of a meltagun from a standard weapon from the Space Marines Tactical box, and finally the back pack/cape from the Celestine the Living Saint model. I added a thin sheet of paper to the top of his base before applying the sand etc to give him a tiny bit more height, and he is now on the same height as a Terminator, which I feel is very fitting for such an important figure of the Dark Angels. I was extremely pleased with the appearance of the life-blood tubes connected to the cherub’s spines as I tried a new technique there to try and give the effect of blood being pumped throughout their forms and in to their inner mechanics. My usual paint scheme was followed, which brings me to my next topic:
I have recently decided to go in to the business of miniature painting for commision. Now I am not suggesting for a moment that I am an expert painter or close, but as you are aware, I paint a very specific way, and therefore if anyone would like that special character or squad painted using my specific techniques, please feel free to contact me and we can discuss the model, colour scheme, details and pricing. As mentioned, I try to paint in a distinct manner when painting my models, and I try and aim for a sort of grimey-animated feel to play a major role. Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. As mentioned, details on projects can be discussed depending on the task at hand, and thank you for taking the time to read this. I will also add a separate category dedicated to my commision projects which you can expect to appear somewhere on this site in the near future.
As usual guys, comments and questions are greatly recieved!