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Hey there, I hope to use this forum as a good way of keeping myself going and get some feedback/critique. Whilst the WGO chronicles is in full flow I'll keep the Custodes I'm doing right now for that part of the forum, but I do plan on painting a lot more and beyond the August deadline so I can move them over here.
In the meantime I have a picture or two of the Blood Angels Praetor I did quite a while back as a tester for the colour scheme.
It's been a while! Whilst I've still been painting I've barely had time to do anything else, so my idea to keep this updated on a regular basis has fallen short by a long way. I realise I started a thread over on the WGO chronicles but seen as that's over I'll move the stuff over here.
First off I'll apologise for the spam of pictures but as I said I've still been ticking along, getting ready for my very first gaming events this year.
If I remember rightly this is roughly what I had finished for the chronicles. the first unit I added to this lot was the remaining 3 Hataeron Guard
After the Hataeron Guard I wanted to paint up one of the larger models, with that in mind I decided to tackle the Galatus Dreadnought
I got a bit carried away with the shield if I'm honest but I'm happy with the way it turned out.
Next up was a few Aquilon Terminators. This was my first deviation from the original army list I had planned out but they are the kind of models I just couldn't resist.
Finally I have the first of my tanks done for the army. For me personally I find tanks to be a real challenge to paint, not sure if it's all those flat panels etc but I've always found it a struggle to get them done.
I managed to get a quick picture of the Mechanicum themed base I made for the tank, I'd love GW to cater fr the larger bases when releasing these type of bases.
My apologies again for the picture spam but that's as far as I've gotten with the Custodes
After spoiling myself earlier on in the army building project with all the foot troops it meat that I'd left myself with the task of doing the tanks. As I may have mentioned I'm not quite as comfortable when doing tanks so it feels like a bit of a struggle at times and the latest tank was certainly no exception. The Coronus is much larger than the previous tank and had lots more flat surfaces to deal with, happily Forgeworld have a transfer sheet that's up to the task where that's concerned.
somewhat typically I forgot to get a picture of the finished base but I can assure you it is fully painted
The large Flat areas on the Nacelles gave me a headache or two but a couple of transfers certainly liven up an otherwise flat panel.
@Coleman @Ralph Hummel, you are very kind good sirs, I will try to keep going with the pictures as I have some sisters of silence to do next.