Saying bye to a good part of my collection!

Death Guard auction. Indomitus Primaris auction. I’m selling more stuff… It’s bitter-sweet, but clearly necessary! It will help me keep moving forward, both with hobby-cash and physical room to display them. Last time I tried with the Nurgle Daemons and Orks, but it didn’t work out. Not for a lack of trying! And I have…

Indomitus Primaris – Mentors Chapter – Outriders

Last unit of the boxset got finished! I was kind of saving them for last, as they seemed the more interesting of the bunch, without being full of intricate details… But they were quite a pain to get to the recessed surfaces. Not an easy way to attack them in subassemblies either, other than the…

Eradicator Squad – 40K Indomitus Primaris -Mentors Chapter

Heavy reinforcements! Larger and not as iconic as the decades and decades old’ Terminators, if I were to choose a space-marine design to cosplay, this would be it… Basically because a real human figure would seem to fit inside one of this, without having to fake every articulation point… They somewhat make me think of…

Mentor Chapter – Bladeguard and Ancient – Indomitus Primaris.

Not much new to add… They are on an itty bitsy lower standard than my previous “character bits”… in that I’ve cut even more corners! They are borderline too clean, due to having less highlight passes than the previous ones… And straight up laziness keeping me from doing again that freehand falcon-head on their shoulder-pads…

Found my scheme… 40K Deathwing-like Squad! Mentor Chapter?

Finished this bad boys! It was a full circle back to Dark Angels, in my journey to test and decide which color to paint the marine side of the Indomitus 40K 9th edition starter set. But not the usual dark green, gold and red like the Emperor little helpers… I stumbled across this awesome tutorial…

Chasing a scheme… Blood Angel Veteran. Part 3

Now I was cooking with fire! I had starting to get comfortable with glazing and got a better grasp of what oil-washes could go on top of what… And red was way easier to work with, and not loose track of saturation and contrast than black. I tried NMM with some true metalic accents, and…