Ok, I took some pictures of my Sisters the other day, and I thought I'd upload them here. This isn't all of them, as it's missing two Chimera's and a number of basic Sisters. Most of them aren't painted, though, so... yeah. Most of what I HAVE painted is here, though.
Here's a better shot at the Rhino's and that Imagifer in the back. I like her, as I always imagine she is playing capture the flag or something...
And this last one is a better focus on some of the more painted models. I need to work on my photography skills. I like using the gloss hardcoat, and that doesn't really work well with flash...
Friday, September 11, 2009
You know, I should have linked a picture of what my assassin was actually a model of. It's a Sister Compassion model from Dark Ages Games. I have no real idea about the game, but I found her and few others from the game in a bits box at my local game store. They were like a dollar each, so I picked up a few. Here's a picture of her in more 'natural' colors.
Mines a little darker, obviously. But it was a simple job. I just clipped the hair from her hand, pulled it away, then made a sword-arm band thing. I guess the sword 'phases in' when she activates it?
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Over on Santa Cruz Warhammer, the question has come up about using non-Games Workshop models in Warhammer games. I've got a Callidus Assassin that I've been working on, based off a model from one of the Sisters from the Dark Ages game. Here's some pictures.
The arm is a green stuff combination with one of those little pink plastic sword toothpicks. The other end of the toothpick is on one of my Grey Knights. I'll post him later.