Category: Painting

Painting: The Baneblade “Nemesis”

I’ve just completed my largest—and best—painting project of my life, and I’m “tickled pink.” So, please humor me as I show off my new Baneblade. It’s named “Nemesis.” I found this large model—in an unopened box—at the flea market of a local hobby convention. The owner wanted it […]

Painting a bounty hunter

I have no idea where I acquired the figure for Jason Scarn, my new bounty hunter and Inquisition “recruit,” but when I found him in my bitz box, I immediately put him on my painting table. The figure clearly is old … I suspect I picked him up […]

Painting: Inquisition Stormtroopers

The first of my Inquisition stormtroopers have marched off my painting table—but a few reinforcements are needed before they hit the tabletop. My desire for a military arm to the Inquisition stems from a series of scenarios that I’ve developed for Inquisitor Serillian of the Ordos Xenos, who […]

Painting an army for House Fenring

When I wrote the history of the world of Morkai, I included a story of how House Fenring—an itinerant Imperial Knight House—arrived on my beloved desert world with an offer to Imperial authorities: The Imperial Knights would end the decade-long chaos in the hive city of Charcharoth in exchange […]

Painting: Tallarn reinforcements

There are so many boxes of 40K figures on my shelf that buying more seems irresponsible. But I’ve never known that logic to stop a fanatic hobbyist before, and it hasn’t stopped me. So when I had a hankering to buy some Tallarn warriors, I checked out the […]