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Skull Cannon Complete August 16, 2015

Posted by Jason Bergunder in Chaos Daemons, khorne, Painting, StaticGrass Creations.
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The Skull Cannon commission has been extended to include a set of three Skullcrushers. But, the cannon is finished.

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Bloodletters and Ezekiel Commission Complete February 11, 2015

Posted by Jason Bergunder in Chaos Daemons, Chaos Space Marines, Dark Angels, Painting.
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This small commission is now complete. Ezekiel has been slightly chaosified and will be used as a Necrosius. Did lots of blending throughout the model and a few conversions. The banner top is replaced with a chaos star, any Dark Angels iconography (and purity seals) have been removed and/or replaced with chaos icons. Particularly one of the books on his person has a chaos star on it, and his left hand has an eye on it. The banner has chaos symbols painted in blood and the label says MORTEM, latin for death.

Bloodletters and Ezekiel Commission Update February 11, 2015

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Bloodletters complete. I have painted them to match what I had done before. One main difference, however. The blood on the banner is the Games Workshop Blood for the Blood God technical paint. It works fantastically. Looks like it’s wet when it dries and has a good colour for freshly spilled blood.

Bloodletters and Ezekiel Commission February 4, 2015

Posted by Jason Bergunder in Chaos Daemons, Chaos Space Marines, Converting, Dark Angels.
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Today starts off a new commission. This one has Bloodletters and a chaosified Dark Angels Ezekiel.

Pink Horrors of Tzeentch February 14, 2014

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These ones are far more successful than their Daemonette counterparts. The scheme I did for the Horrors is much more vibrant and eye-catching. The kit is quite detailed, but doesn’t offer as much as I would like in terms of variability (extra heads is not variability in my books). However, as you can probably tell by the poses of the Horrors, model stability is something to be desired. With only one foot on the base usually, and such top-heavy models, little bumps or even the weight of an eyelash will knock these over. Thankfully, they are all plastic, but really, an extra rock or a foot or something to put on the base would do wonders.

Daemonettes of Slannesh February 4, 2014

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These turned out kind of… not my best. I don’t choose my own colour schemes for this very reason haha. I’ll eventually get an eye for colour schemes. I really should, I want to be able to incorporate whatever colours I choose in a good way.

Khorne Bloodletters January 15, 2014

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Finished these guys. I tend to like daemons with snow bases, I’m not sure why. Maybe just Bloodletters though, for the contrast.

Bloodletters of Khorne September 1, 2011

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Finished that batch of Bloodletters with magnetized bases. I decided to do snow bases because I’ve never actually done them yet. A bit thin still, I think I’ll go back to mixing the flock with PVA glue and white paint. That way is more fluffy I think…

Square-Circle Base Magnetic Conversion Tutorial August 29, 2011

Posted by Jason Bergunder in Army building, Chaos Daemons, Converting.
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I got a unit of Bloodletters a while ago and finally decided to work on them. Since they come with both kinds of bases, I wanted to be able to play them in both 40k and Fantasy. I thought that magnetizing the individual feet would be far too much of a hassle, so I customized the bases.

This is a tutorial on how I did them.

Materials: you are going to need a circle base and a square base (obviously). You only need one of each per base. You’ll need styrene as well, or some kind of sturdy material. I used 1mm thick styrene. And you’ll need magnets. I used one 1/32″x3/16″ and one 1/16″x3/16″ magnet per base.

1. Glue one of the magnets onto the bottom of the base. Try to get it as close to the centre as possible. Then glue the other magnet onto the styrene, again getting it as close to the centre as possible.

2. Take out your square base and cut it into 4 pieces.

You should end up like this.

3. Now cut and file those pieces down so they fit onto each corner of your styrene slab.

4. ???

5. Profit