Sunday, December 18, 2016

Man in the Machine II: Painted Karchev

Custom Karchev looks that much better with a bit of red paint on him!

WIP pictures and other angles after the jump.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Man in the Machine: Karchev the Terrible Conversion

Karchev has received a huge boost in popularity due to Mk III and Mad Dogs.  The concept, while reminiscent of 40k Dreadnoughts, is solid.  An angry, broken, patriot, he lives on within an iron body.  He deserves a large, intimidating model, and here I present a guide on converting an updated Karchev the Terrible.

For WIP photos and instructions, keep on reading!

Friday, September 16, 2016

Field Medic 01 - Houseguard Riflemen

Welcome to the first in a sporadic and ongoing series!

This is Field Medic: a series in which I'll take a look at minis I've stripped and repainted, with "before and after" photos.  A basic process will be included, but I'm sure you can get the idea from the pictures.  Have I been exposed to an unhealthy amount of HGTV?  It's possible.

*Logo subject to change

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Blast from the Past: Repainting the Khador Starter Kit

We all started somewhere.  My first Warmachine miniatures were from the Khador side of the 2 player starter kit, and they've seen plenty of action.  Over the past 5 years, I've jumped between factions and set them aside.  With MK III arriving, I decided to go back to my roots and take a fresh look at my old Khador army.

The changes to Man-O-War units were the final push to starting up this project, since I've always found the idea of steam-powered armor appealing.  Rather than buy all new models, I stripped them down and repainted them to my current standard.  More details and pictures after the jump!

Thursday, December 31, 2015

The Khador Extremoth

The Behemoth.  An essential warjack for any serious Khador player, and one that outperforms most colossals in the battlefield.  PP produces a slightly anorexic, gangly version, so many hobbyists have turned to building their own from the chassis of an Extreme Juggernaut and parts from the original.  I innovated very little here, but the results are exactly what I was aiming for.

"I will crush your puny army" vs. "I stepped in something icky"

More pictures, including WIP and a brief how-to after the jump.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Beast 09 extra pictures

This post is simply for a pair of pictures that were requested.  The close-ups show different angles on the chest/waist connection for clarity.  Not the best pictures, but they show what was needed.