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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Ahriman and Chaos Rhino

Going on with my Crimson Slaughter army.
For my second Rhino, I took the courage to try weathering it. I kind satisfied for the result, and so I did the weathering in the first Rhino also (but no pictures of it).

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Slag Troll

Last miniature of my Trollblood army (so far): the Slag Troll.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

The last of them

The last ten Chaos Cultists join the Crimson Slaugther army.
With them, the last miniatures to finish my army are: a Hellbrute, 5 Chaos Spawns, a Chaos Rhino, Ahriman, a Dark Apostle and, the jewel of the crown, a great winged Chaos Daemon Prince (the Netherlord v1 from Heresy miniatures, a very rare and awesome miniature that was given to me by the great Igor).
However, I'll not paint that Daemon Prince any time soon (even that corrodes me inside). As the miniature is huge and all in metal (with heavy and big wings), my wife suggest me to work with it only when we're back to Brazil, as it'll be very difficult to make this miniature arrive without any damage.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Trollbloods: Solo and Unit

To increase my warpack, I added Janissa Stonetide and a unit of Pyg Bushwacklers.

Monday, June 17, 2013


The Defiler finally joints the ranks of my Crimson Slaughter army, after 20 hours of work in the model (not the most interesting painting I ever done).
I magnetized the weapons options for the left ‘arm’ (havoc launcher/power scourge/heavy flamer), and also the chaos symbol in the back.
As I don’t like to use dices to represent the Wounds points, I though using:
-          When it loses the first W, I take of the front plating of the battlecannon (with the deameon face) – it’s held in place by adhesive masse;
-          For the second W, I take off the chaos mark in the back (that’s why I magnetized it, as well to make the transport more easy);
-          And for the third W, I take the off the mask– it’s held in place by adhesive masse;
-          For crew shaken, I turn the head backwards;
-          For crew stunned, I turn the head backwards and also turn one or two legs (the legs aren’t glued);
-          For weapons destroy, I can easily remove the weapon affected;
-          For the immobilized, I take off one or two legs.

Also, this post bears the new log for my blog. Thanks to my great friend and Alkemycal Master Nico (his blog here)

Monday, June 10, 2013

More blueskins (Trollbloods)

More blueskins in the scene: Borka Kegslayer and his faithful keg carrier, with a angry Dire Troll Mauler.
Unfortunelly, last game night they didn't come out of the box, because the other player didn't go.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Trollbloods: Madrak Ironhide warpack

Last friday I played my first Hordes/Warmachine game with my warpack. Well, at least I tried: somehow I mixed my miniatures cases, and went with the wrong one. So, it was my first game, but without my miniatures (I had to use some miniatures bases as proxy).
The most frustrating was that I spent some nights in a hurry to at least went with the miniatures painted in a aceptable tabletop standart.
Even with that mishappen, I managed to win against Deneghra and his warpack.
So, next friday my trolls will try to keep their conquest, but this time painted as they should.
Note that one of the Impalers has a different skin tone: it was my beta test. After painting him, I decided to go to a more 'smurf' tone.