I bought some roofing felt some weeks ago thinking I could make some use of it converting my necromunda terrain into 40k terrain. I cut out some suitable pieces and place my necromunda tiles on them as blocks. It worked quite well. I’ll add some detail to it later, like oil stains and “thin rubble”, I need to store it folded and for flexibility I want to be able to place the tiles anywhere. I’ve made some painting progress as well getting some colors on the cultist flamer, a leader and some kind of specialist for my kill team. Cheers!
Got tired before I’ve got started on the Khorne speed painting project. I like these models too much to just go over them with a dry brush. Some weeks ago I bought the kill team supplement and finally found a way to slow start the Khorne horde. I’m trying a little more ambitious paintingstyle at least. I hope I’ll see those guys in the dust and rubble soon!
I’ve been deep into the plastic crack this weekend. First I started with making more berzerkers. I now got 16. Love these models and the fit very well for berzerkers! Secondly I made a chaos lord on a juggernaut followed by 5 blood letters on juggernauts. Nothing to say specifically about it. Cut, filed, glued, repeat. Last I started on some more cultists. I needed some heavy weapons so I tried to fit the flamer to a blood reader. Easy! Not… But it looks nice now.
I hade some khorne warriors from the aos start set lying around being unused. Awesome models but I’m not really an aos fan. I think this conversion actually worked out really well. But I’m not to into 40k, maybe they look like riders without steeds in fantasy?! I assembled some obliterators I’ve got from Mr Huggert as well, changing the heads to blend in with the rest of the army.
A friend of mine, tjub, dumped some AOS stuff at my place and after a while in my bit box something happend: “hmm theese Khorne guys looks great, what to do with em…” Maybe cultists for a 40k army? Actually this is my first 40k army after 20 years in the business. I bought some used CSM stuff of another friend and will try to paint this stuff as quick as possible. I went for a black undercoat followed by a lighter Mephiston red spray. Then an orange drybrush and some gold to the edges. That’s almost about it!