Friday, March 25, 2011


Okay,so I got a few updates that I've wanted to share with you guys for the past couple of weeks. First off, AoBR Dreadnought. It needs one more wash before its finally finished. Then I wanna magnetize it so I won't need to regret not using this weapon or that weapon (like most minis that I've made). So far, I've racked up some spare parts from friends and the only things I need are a twin-linked lascannon and an assault cannon. There's a guy I know who can give me the lascannon but no one so far for the assault cannon. I'm thinking of scratch-building it from a termie assault cannon but I think it's too small. I don't want it to look stupid when it's mounted on the dread and it turns out too small. Anyway, thats it for the dread right now. Now on to my defence line. So far, I've got 2 bunkers,1 of which needs to be remade, a bunch of czech hedgehogs, 2 fences, about 3-4 asparagus beds and a load of dragon teeth. Off with a good start IMO. Now for my army list. I posted my 2nd to the last 3000 point army list on MWG and I got lots of suggestions. Now I'm curious about one of them which says that I should make my army more anti-armour since lots of people field mechanized armies. My question is what can I add to my list to make it anti-armour and also mechanized at the same time? This may sound very stupid to you veteran gamers but I'm new to 40k and I could use some help. Another of my newbie questions is if its smart to get a LR Crusader over a Redeemer for a 5 man termie squad? Should I let my chapter master in with the termies or should I ditch the LR, upgrade it to a 10 man squad, and let them walk?  I'm also thinking of replacing my sternguard vets with a venerable dread. It seems more useful than the vets IMO. I might post my latest army list on here if I find the USB that its in. Also please don't rage if my painting is not that good. I use Tamiya paints since GW's are way too expensive for me. I hope most, if not all of my questions here get answered in the comments. Thanks guys.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Painting Log #2: Bludd Teef Orks batch 2

Hey guys,

Here is the second batch of Bludd Teef orks. I have to find a good design to base them in. They have some imperfections in painting which are not easily seen and I will get to fixing that.

Once I'm finished with all the ork's painting logs, I'll get to the Space Marine's then I'll finish my defense line and magnetizing my AoBR dreadnought.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Painting Log #1: Bludd Teef Orks batch 1

Hi Guys,

This is my first Painting Log and I hope you stay tuned to see my models and my painting. These are the first 5 of 30 models from my custom ork clan, "Bludd Teefs". Main colors are red and blue. The paint is glossy because I use Tamiya colors.

On his choppa,I used a gore technique found on a site that I forgot.

I gave selected metal parts a light black wash to give that evil effect. I also wanted my ork's weapons to look like they were crafted with dark metal. I might do a tutorial on how to do that gore effect on the second picture above. The original tutorial is pretty old so I might do a tutorial to renew it somehow.
 Thanks for reading!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Urban Barricades

Hey Guys,

After the long break I'm finally back with new stuff. Heres one of the terrain pieces that I've made while I wasn't posting. It came from a tutorial in the MWG site and its by BrotherPhil. Painted to match my miniatures bases.

The barricades in action.

Color Scheme(Tamiya Colors):
Flat Black-basecoat
Light Gray-drybrush
Flat Brown-light drybrush
Flat White-very light drybrush

It needs some more color on the sand. I'll make more of these and then hopefully I can finish my long-planned Defense Line project. Thanks for reading!