Nurgle Land Raider painting progress

Been working on my Nurgle Land Raiders now since my March hobby challenge and making some great progress. The painting is really coming along, they’re actually starting to look like real tanks. I’ve taken some pics with my new iPhone and posted them here. Still a little ways to go, but now fully into the “detailing” stage now that all the blacklining is done on all the parts that will be base colored in rusted metal.

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Nurgle Land Raider progress

Making more progress on my Nurgle Land Raiders! Very inspired lately to paint/finish my Nurgle vehicles. Made some great progress last night in getting the washes and highlighting done on the hulls of my Land Raiders, pics below! Still a fair ways to go on these guys but having the base coating all done just leaves me to doing the details, which I’m interested to see how it goes as these really are my first WH40k vehicles I’ve ever painted. Wish me luck!

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Nurgle Obliterators Finished!

Phew! A journed that started many months ago (pretty much a full year ago, to be exact!), I started on the road of making custom, Nurgle-themed obliterators. Back then, in 5th Edition, making “Nurgle” obliterators was purely fluffy (as you couldn’t put Chaos Marks on oblits in that codex). Now that in 6th you can (WOOT!), the finishing of this project is all the more sweet. Now, the painting of these 9 custom obliterators is completed, and I thought it was time to post the final results, with side-by-sides of finished model and painted version.

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Nurgle Sorcerer, Part Deux

So I’ve been in my dungeon, er.. man cave.. er.. “shop”, yeah yeah, that’s it… quite a bit during this holiday vacation of mine and getting a lot of work done. Which is awesome. I’ve been getting to a lot of those projects that have been sitting around for a long time needing attention, especially painting, and finally starting to get somewhere with them. Another one is a 2nd Chaos Nurgle Space Marine Sorcerer that I banged out a while ago out of just spare bits I had laying around. The goal was to create something that was super-cool but…

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Nurgle Daemon Prince #1 – completed!

Finally finished up my first Nurgle Daemon Prince. He is a beautiful miniature and probably one of my favorite miniatures Games Workshop produces. Might even be one of the reasons I went for a Nurgle Chaos Marines list. He’s the new FineCast version, which I love. He’s light as a feather and was a cinch to clean, pin, and assemble. The only drawback I see with the FineCast (on this particular guy) might be the chain and hook wrapped around the sword – it’s a bit fiddly and bendy. Over time I could see as the paint fully cures that…

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