Ever since it came out, I had been in love with the LOTR miniatures game. A few models specifically. This Aragorn is my all time favourite. Seeing no really "action" based Boromir, I made my own out of the mounted and foot models and a green stuff cloak. The Legolas is the first and very basic, the "Three Hunters Set" will feature in the next few months.
Hi all, I will be posting some miniatures from an exciting new game 'Blood and Plunder" shortly.
Following that post, I al currently working on a step by step guide for modern miniatures. If there are any requests you may have for step by steps or advice on colour schemes, please feel free to contact me.
After admiring Infinity models for some time, I finally put together my Ariadna force. Rangers all the way! I have used several different models, including SAS and Grunts with the official Foxtrot Rangers mixed in.
If you're wondering about the names, I used the units from my favourite military TV shows and movies, Ultimate Force (before it went downhill), The Unit and Aliens.
A friend of Mine asked me to do some freehand banners for his Warhammer Fantasy Orc Army. Not one to shy away from a challenge, I used a few pictures from the internet as Inspiration, here are the results!
Snicrot and Badruk!!! Some of my favourite Ork Models ever produced! These two were painted for a local painting competition and took it out! Greenskins are always a gem to paint. Experimenting with greens and browns has never been more fun!
One of my command models for my Space Marine Exorcist Army I was working on years ago, followed by one of my many passions of non-metallic armour. I don't know if the gold look came off, but managed to inspire a friend who got me to paint his Iron Fist army the same way!!!
My first attempt at some modern warfare models commission by a local gamer, he was intrigued by the methods for painting NVG's, he was very happy with the result, and I had a blast painting these fantastic miniatures.
Hello Painting Enthusiasts.
I'm Chris and I have been painting and modelling for the past 20 years, starting at the age of 10!
I have been painting for friends and family in Sydney for the past few years and have decided to finally put it all to use online.
In this blog I hope to demonstrate how easy and fast painting can be rather than the tiring and loathsome activity some portray it to be.
I am more than happy to offer help and assistance where possible and will sometimes take on jobs for people should you require something unique or a stand out miniature for your war band or army.
I look forward to hearing from you all and please enjoy what follows.