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Ogres and Panzergrenadiers

Been a while since I posted anything, since I've been tinkering with a few things.

Firstly, I've done some ogres
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Of Monks and Mearghs

It is late at night here and I've just discovered I can get wireless in my flat, so rather than taking my latest photos into work to upload I've just done them direct.

Marines and (umm) Marines

Four new photos up today, although I must say I'm not 100% happy with the results.
Firstly we have some Deathwing Terminators.

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Wolf Guard Terminators

Just a couple of photos up today. Been experimenting a little with thinner layers of paint -semi-transparent even. Oddly I've been doing this for a while with paints such as Elf Flesh but it had not occurred to me to try it with other colours
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These are the metal Wolf Guard Terminator figures, including a Rune Priest. Picked them up as a job lot on ebay at a reasonable price.

Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser

Only one photo added today, although I hope you enjoy it.

Noblins and Ninja

Once again, some new figures uploaded.

In the Imperial folder we have another unit of Assault Terminators -this time a unit with Thunder hammers. [G2:14218 class=g2image_centered]

Terminators and Chaplain

As some of you know, I rather like Terminators. I think the first edition of White Dwarf I ever saw was [url=http://gamehobby.net/white_dwarf_magazine/white_dwarf_122.html]WD122[/url] so I suppose it has stuck in my mind that Terminators are what Marines should really look like. Given this it is possibly rather odd that very few completed Terminators have been posted in my gallery.

The Lady and the Librarians

Having painted my Plastic Space Hulk Librarian I decided to recontinue my efforts with my other Librarians. It seems to often be the case that painting a recent acquisition renews you interest in part-painted models that have been sitting on the shelf for months. A couple of these figures are among some of the first figures I brought when I got into the hobby a couple of years back!

Having painted what would chronologically be the oldest Librarian sculpt I decided to try and complete painting the most recent Librarian released

Statue Painting

Not everyone who visits this site has access to [b]Cheddarchat[/b] so I thought it would be nice to have a Tutorial on how Keeper40k's Foo Dogs were painted.

Stone killers

Inspired by Keeper40's first rate paintjob on the [url=http://www.cheddarmongers.org/prod/blog/keeper40k/ruined_foo_dogs]Fenris Foo Dogs[/url] I decided to have a go myself.

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