Friday, October 21, 2016
A pair of images from the Horus Heresy special exhibition today from Legion VI: the Space Wolves. With the impending release of Leman Russ and the next Horus Heresy board game, I thought this post would also be rather timely! I really like the conversion work that has gone in to a few of these miniatures, as well as the accented paint scheme combined with the snowy bases. They're really well done overall (and were even better in person!) so I hope they provide some inspiration to budding painters out there as a reference point :)
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Only a single image of Legio V, the White Scars, from Warhammer World when they were on display in the cabinets of the special Horus Heresy exhibition earlier in the year. This squad uses the Forge World resin upgrades for the White Scars and is painted in the traditional colours accented with gold.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
And today on to Legion IV: the Iron Warriors of the Horus Heresy era that made an appearance in the cabinets of the special Horus Heresy exhibit at Warhammer World. Got to love those hazard stripes. Don't forget to look in the reflections for some added details as well.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Continuing with the cabinets of the Horus Heresy special exhibit, today we turn to the Emperor's Children legion. Again, these are miniatures and paint schemes that I'm simply posting as a guide for myself or others at a later point!
Monday, October 17, 2016
As part of the special Horus Heresy exhibition earlier in the year, there were a good number of cabinet displays of most of the main legions involved in the Heresy on display. Naturally, I snapped a number of photographs of the exhibits which, in this case, were painted by none core GW staff. My thinking was that I would use them as painting reference points if nothing else. So today, I'm starting off this mini-series with the Legio I: the Dark Angels.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
These images contain miniatures from all aspects of Eldar (no pun intended), including Dark Eldar, Harlequins and the Craft World Eldar themselves. Although I've not got any snaps of aspect warriors, these miniatures are representative of the resplendent painting schemes that are to be found in the cabinets around the major displays of the halls of Warhammer World.