Friday, 25 April 2014

World Eater Imperial Knight

The Imperial Knight is the best model Games Workshop have made in a while. I really enjoyed working on it. The Knight is one of the biggest models I've ever painted which made it a challenge. It has a lot of large flat arias which are perfect for adding battle damage. To show its alliance to my Heresy Era World Eaters, I painted the Knight in the colours and gave it the heraldry of the legion. I also enjoyed trying out some freehand on the shoulder plates and shield. The shield didn't turn out as I hoped, so i replaced it with another heavy stubber. This convert was easy, but the result was great. The knight got a meaner look with two stubbers rather than a shield that looked a bit out of place. The Knights left leg was also converted to give it a more dynamic pose. All in all I'm happy with the result. 

To tie the Knight even more to my World Eaters, I decorated its base with a dead legionnaire.



Welcome to my blog.

I've been painting miniatures from Games-Workshop for many years, and have finally decided to make a blog where I post pictures of my work. This blog will mainly contain miniatures from Games-Workshop, but I will also post some of my paintings, which are mostly street art.

I’ve painted a couple of warhammer 40k armies, and my current project is a World Eater army set during the Horus Heresy. I therefore think this is an appropriate picture to begin with. This is my (still WIP) Forge World Angron, Primarch of the World Eaters.

I'm currently taking some pictures of my newly painted Imperial Knight (in the colours of the World Eater Legion (duh)), and hope I will be able to post some of them later tonight.