I've begun work on my next model for my Ironjawz army, the Megaboss! I've started out painting the face before attaching his front plate, as this obscured a lot of the face. I wanted to pay close attention to the face and make it really stand out, and also spend a little more time on it as well as the whole model considering it is a character model. The skin is Elysian Green shaded Druchii Violet thinned with Lahmian Medium, I then highlighted with Ogryn Camo and Vallejo Ivory. I also glazed Carroburg Crimson around the nose and mouth. The little spots on the skin are Deathworld Forest mixed with black and thinned with a little bit of water and dotted on. I really enjoyed spending time on this and I'm happy with it! Excited to get on with the rest of him now!

Hi everyone, I explained in my last blog post that the Warlords event at Warhammer World had sparked inspiration in me to start a new army, well here it is - Ironjawz! I've finished my first unit for the army, a unit of Brutes. I explain why I chose this army, the scheme and how I painted the armour and skin after the jump!

Hi everyone, Aurélie here, I'm back. I had a lot of fun painting the really Great Brass Scorpion from Forge World! The assembling process took some time, because I had to find out how to magnetize the legs and weapons for better transport. Actually I found out that magnetizing the legs isn’t a good idea, because it’s nearly impossible to determine the required position, so that the model stands steady and stable. But at least it’s easy to magnetize the weapons. After the jump more pictures and a short painting guide.

Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore—
While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,
As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.
“’Tis some visitor,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door—
Purge the Xenos, nothing more.

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