Posts Tagged ‘bloodletters’


I’ve got me wings

January 4, 2010

in from GW today, can’t wait to get started in making bloodletters fly!


Modeling: Bloodletters –> Furies

December 31, 2009

Since the Furies models kinda suck, and I’m running an almost all Khorne army, using bloodletters with harpy wings seems like the next logical solution. I just ordered the wings today, as well as my Dwarf Lord for The Warhammer Forums mini exchange I’ll be participating in this year. Should be a fun little conversion, the real trick being how to get them in the air over a lava field to match the rest of the army.


The Holidays

December 22, 2009

Had our first Christmas gathering this past week, not sure how many of us are really Christans, but I think we’re still sticking with that Christmas title, not the generic ‘Holidays’ but that’s a post I’m really not going to get into now. Ok, anyways, had our friend gathering and my partners in War got me a few more daemons to play with. Steve got me the Bloodthirster. I haven’t seen one of these guys in person since the old models, and damn it’s awesome. Pictures really don’t do it justice. I can’t wait to get started on it, a few converisions perhaps, we’ll see, probably just some sweet lava basing. Top got me a gift card for more warhammer goodness, going to pick up a box of Bloodletters with it, then I’ll only need 2 more boxes and I’ll have enough for the 2.5k list 🙂 Finally the Hauneka Zombie got me the Masque model, rock on. Another great model, won’t need any modification, just another sweet basing job, and some paint. I also got in my HoS model, which is from the Hordes line of minis, she’s a bit smaller than I thought she’d be. When compared to the Daemonettes, she’s slightly smaller, I was hoping for slightly larger, but oh well, she’ll just have to stand on a larger rock to get her up taller.

I’ve been continuing to work on the flesh hounds, and I’ll try and get some pictures up of them when a full unit of 5 is ready to start being painted. I’m starting to get the hang of working with greenstuff, and even saw a tutorial on how to properly put on the scales… now if only I had a bit more talent to do it.