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Saturday, 19 March 2022

Turnip28: The Beasts of the Beetroot Regiment.

 Stalking the muddy fields of Cist, The Beasts of the Beetroot Regiment, part human, part root, part beast, and probably slightly more towards to dead side of things!

I have been busy with a lot of Oldhammer things, and so I wanted to get a little Turnip28 done for the fun of it. I had spent Christmas last year kit bashing various Turnip28 related nonsense, and this regiment was one of the results. The regiment is quite small and simple, three Snobs, two units of Brutes, one unit of Chaff, and one unit of Bastards.

I wanted a bestial looking regiment, but at the time didn't posses any beast type heads except the Citadel skull ones. I tried them out and they looked quite good, and so I dedicated to make an undead beast regiment. The infantry were quite simple, just adding the skulls onto the bodies and adding some grass tufts. I used Napoleonic French bodies for the Brutes, Napoleonic English for the Chaff. The Snobs were the same except I added a few War of the Roses arms and used bigger Skulls.

The Bastards were more involved. I used French Napoleonic Cavalry (Hussars I think) as a basis, and then added greenstuff and skulls, with a variety of bits from bits boxes. I wanted to give the 'horses' an undead look without being skeletal, and so added the giant skull from the Citadel Skull box set to them. I think it gives them a very John Blanche artwork look.

Painting wise was very simple. I wanted to give the regiment a 'raw' undead look. So, after a black undercoat, I dry brushed them dark brown, then a dark red (Citadels Khorne Red), and then lightly dry brushed the bone Citadel Screaming Skull. I picked out some of the metal and wood details, painted the trouser blue to complement the red, and then dry brushed them all with Citadel Steel Legion Drab. Vallejio mud was then used for the bases. They took no more than a couple of hours to paint (not including the undercoating time) one evening. One of the things I love about Turnip28 is the speed one can just assemble and paint a regiment. It's fun too! :)

Enjoy :)

The Beasts of the Beetroot Regiment.
Because of the red dry brushing used I chose Beetroot as their root of choice.
Toff.
I have mounted the Toffs on 40mm bases to give them more of a presence, and to differentiate them from the Toadies and other ranks. The Toadies incidently are on 30mm bases for the same reasons. 
"We bestial Bastards three!"
Three heavy cavalry. I am very pleased with he way in which these have turned out.
Unit Leader.
Unit Leader right hand side view.
Second Bastard.
Right hand side view.
The third Bastard.
Right hand side view.
The chaff on the right is made using a Kroot skull with the spines removed.
The chaff on the right is made with an Ork skull without a lower jaw added.
The first unit of Brutes.
Toadie, on his 30mm base.
Brutes on a 2x3 movement tray.
Brutes.
Brutes.
Brutes.
The second unit of Brutes.
Toadie.
The second unit of Brutes.
Brutes.
The horse skull Brute is one of my favourite. I only have one spare horse skull, which was fine as I wanted him to stand out a little.
Brutes.
Brutes.


Some thing a little different.
I have also kit bashed many non undead Turnip28 miniatures. The plan is to paint them in the 'conventional' Tirnip28 manner, but I thought I would try out a few with a little more Ethereal look. I think they turned out quite well, and so I will paint up of of the regiments like this.


I am still painting my way through my Empire Helblitzen Regiment, and I am about two thirds of the way through. I am also assembling some Perry miniatures Zulu War British, but in the Home Service uniform. I might also see if I can paint the Ethereal Turnip28 regiment, and finish offa couple of random Oldhammer things at some point.

Tuesday, 1 March 2022

The return of old Nagash.

 A few years ago I decided to paint the old 1990's Nagash miniature, considered by some, to be one of the worst miniatures Citadel has released. I did this to see if I could make him seem a little less unloved. So I repositioned his arms and pose slightly and gave him a slightly darker, non 1990's looking paint scheme. I generally considered my efforts to have been successful. The results can be seen on my old blog post here:
http://goblinlee.blogspot.com/2016/10/nagash-old-version-and-friends.html

Now, as the years passed I forgot about him until I decided randomly to look again at my Tomb Kings collection. Somehow, in the process of moving boxes around he had broken, with arms and head separated. In this sorry state (regarding which, I shall not post such distressing images of a broken classic miniature!) I decided to rebase him and give him a slightly tweaked paint scheme.

So, as in the spirit of the Tomb Kings background, Nagash is reborn to fight again. I am happy with how he looks now, and I think I have made him look more sinister than he would have been on the 1990's. Overall, all I really did was repaint the sword with Citadels Hexwraith Flame Technical paint, highlighted his robes a little better, and added a some more detail to his staff.  I rebased him on a 60mm round base, which I built up a little with milliput, and then liberally scattered skulls over.

Indecently, this revisiting of Nagash is part of my project to rebase and reorganise my entire Tomb Kings army.  I was never really happy with their basing, and some of the paint work felt a little unfinished. In addition, I have bought all sorts of other Tomb Kings odds and ends over the years to add to the items I already had left to paint. However, I have some Empire Halberdiers to paint before all of that.

Enjoy :)

Nagash. 


Next update should be some more Empire Halberdiers. I have also been converting a couple of Age of Sigmar Ogors into Samurai looking ones, repainting my Ancient Egyptian scenery, and removing my Tomb Kings from bases.

Monday, 21 February 2022

Lana Del Rey Chemtrails Signed Litho

 I have a lot of miniatures to paint (well, that's an understatement!), and recently realised that I have been approaching things in what I consider the wrong way. Instead of picking one project and ploughing on with it regardless, which often results in getting bogged down and disenchanted, I am now just painting things I wish to paint. This, I have found, is a lot more enjoyable, and still allows be to delve deeper into any particular army as an when.

One of these projects is from the photograph of the regiment of Empire Helblitzen in the 3rd Edition Warhammer Armies book (below). Like many people over the years I was always intrigued by the photographs, and a  few years ago I was looking at this photograph on page 58. Now I thought to myself I must have most of those miniatures somewhere, and low and behold, I had all but two. A little visit to e-Bay and one to Wargames Foundry, and the Regiment was completed.

Why do this? Well, it's a fun thing to do, and I am going to require a couple of Helblitzen Regiments in my 3rd Edition army anyway, so why not this one? I am going to paint them in the colours in the photographs, after all it would be a shame not too.

Enjoy :)

Helblitzen Regiment.
The regiment is comprised of a mix of Citadel Human miniatures from their various F-series Fighter ranges, and the C46 Militia range.
I would think, although of course I do not know, that the regiment was just quickly put together with the painted miniatures which they had at the studio at the time, rather than someone's specific component of an army. I think that gives it a little ad-hoc charm.
Below I will detail each of the miniatures in the regiment, with the Citadel series code and range in brackets).
Front to back, and starting left to right:
Dwyer (F2 Dogs of War); Dransfield (F4 Men at Arms);

Master Vlad (F4 Feudals); Jan the Slar (C46 Militia);

Gustav (F4 Dogs of War); Feargus (F4 Dogs of War).
Vintner (F4 Men at Arms); Germinius Hero Capitan (F2 Fighters);

Edmund (F4 Men at Arms); Calder (F2 Dogs of War);

Hodge (F4 Mercenaries); Billy (C46 Militia).
Holbert (F4 Men at Arms); Chauncey (F2 Dogs of War);

Rardach (F2 Dogs of War); Wilkin (F4 Mercenaries);

Gutbucket (C46 Militia); Jack (F4 Mercenaries).
Eldon (F2 Dogs of War); Rodger (F4 Men at Arms);

Fenwick (F2 Dogs of War); Eric F4 Men at Arms);

Bloggin (C46 Militia); Dakin (F4 Men at Arms).
...I've made a start, work in progress!

Next update will probably be some Turnip28 conversions or more Helblitzen or something else.

Thursday, 10 February 2022

Rogue Trader era Horus Heresy Alpha Legion Landspeeders completed.

 I have finished painting the Alpha Legion Land Speeder Squadron.

As per my last blog update, I have been painting my Rogue Trader Alpha Legion in the old colours suggested in the artwork in Slaves to Darkness, namely green. I think this makes them look quite striking, and I am quite happy with the result.

They were fine to paint, not fun, but not a chore. For those of you unfamiliar with the models, they are a bit of a task to assemble, and so painting them was the least of the challenge

Enjoy :)

Land Speeder Squadron scouting ahead, looking for Loyalists.
I mounted the Speeders on 60mm round bases to give them a better look and more sturdiness.
I also had a go at a free-hand Alpha Legion banner for the squad leader, which I think looks good enough for the tabletop.
More of a top view.
"Coming right at you!"

I have been busy converting some more Turnip28 stuff, and painting a few more Rogue Trader miniatures. I also am looking to start a bit of an iconic Warhammer Fantasy 3rd Edition Regiment from the Warhammer Armies book. I also want to get some goblins painted at some point too!

Monday, 17 January 2022

Girls size 5/6 outfit

I have completed painting my Rogue Trader era Crusader Robot Maniple.

As I mentioned in my previous post I have chosen to go for the Traitor Khorne colour scheme which was part of the Robot artwork at the time of their release (please see the last photograph below). I did this because I didn't want the Robots to be the colour of any specific Traitor Legion just in case I changed my mind as to which army list they ended up in. Also, I like the idea of the Robot Maniples being a little apart from the rest of the Legions, akin to the Titan Legions, but not so much so. Finally, I liked the colour scheme and thought it suited the Robots. When I think of Crusader Robots, I think of them in this scheme, which also have the twin benefits of being a Traitor scheme, and a lot easier to paint then some of the others.

They were fun to paint. Not too complicated, but the joy of painting them was in seeing them as they looked from the artwork in miniatures form. I didn't add any Khornate iconography, despite being in the Khorne colours, as I wanted to keep them in them just in their Maniple colours. I painted the Traitor Tech Marine the same colours to link him in with the Maniple in which he serves.

In addition, I have created some more scenery boards for photographing. I painted a desert looking board to match the Traitor Legions bases using Citadels Agrellan Earth paint. For the sky I chose to go for a deep and brooding red sky. Nothing too bright or dark so it wouldn't detract from the miniatures being photographs. I also added some dark clouds and far of brooding hills to give some 3-D depth.

Finally, I have added a couple of WIP photographs to show how my Alpha Legion Land Speeder Squadron is progressing. Apart from them, I have been converting up some more Turnip28 miniatures, and painting some old Minifigs Tunnel Elf test miniatures.

Enjoy :)

Robot Maniple.
Four Crusader Robots and Tech marine.
Crusader Robots, both left and right sides.
Tech Marine.
He is the RT01 Space Marine 'Communication Officer Orinoco', with a converted backpack made from part of an old broken Rogue Trader era Heavy Plasma Gun.
Coming right at you!
Inter-Legionary clash!
Maniple Line.
WIP
The Alpha Legion Land Speeder Squadron.
WIP
Khornate Robots support an advance by elements of the Alpha Legion.
The Rogue Trader era Robot artwork from White Dwarf #104, and the Citadel 40k Compendium.

Next update should be the completed Alpha Legion Land Speeder squadron.

Monday, 10 January 2022

Rogue Trader Horus Heresy: Plaguebearer Head 1.

A quick little blog update. I have been painting a lot of different odds and ends from my Rogue Trader Traitor Legions, as well as some Turnip28 stuff, and I thought I would just share a Death Guard test model.

I have decided that instead of slogging through the painting of one Legion at a time, I would keep things more interesting by painting items from each, and interspersing that with some Turnip28 nonsense. I know that this will mean I will probably take longer to paint a Legion, or at the very least it will mean a delay in having a Legion painted, however I don't want to get bogged down in just focusing on one this. Also, it means that I can still tinker with the Legions compositions as I go along.

This stops me making the mistake which I often make in that I try to make a perfect army and army list, and then plough through the painting, often resulting on something with which I am not happy with, and having an unhappy hobby experience. So far it's been more fun, which I think is the whole idea! Intermixing other projects in as well breaks up the monotony of painting one thing, allows me to tackle 'bite-sized' projects, and enables me to address both the different areas of my collections, as well as providing some, hopefully, more interesting, varied, and more often blog posts. I might even get a few Goblins painted!!!

I have painted the Marine in the old Death Guard colour scheme from the side of the Space Marine box (see picture below), using Citadels Nurgling Green as a base for the armour. This is in line with me wishing to keep the Legions paint schemes as close to the original Rogue Trader colour schemes as possible, regardless of the later post Rogue Trader background. In this case the original colours are a scheme which Games Workshop re-used in later background as the Dusk Raiders, the Death Guards name and colour scheme before they were reunited with their Primarch. When painting the rest of the Death Guard I will keep to this, and some of the other Rogue Trader Nurgle era paint schemes, mixing up the look for different squads in the army.

Enjoy :)

Plaguebearer Head 1.
This Death Guard/Nurgle Marine will end up as a squad leader due to his power fist.
Rear view.
I have chosen to give the Death Guard the standard Space Marine backpacks as I shall be filling out some of their ranks with suitability painted RTB01 plastic Space Marine. Also, I like the idea of them being less baroquely mutated than some of the other Legions, just a plague corrupted version of normal Space Marines. 
The right arm.
I like the Nurgle detailing on the shoulder pad.
The side of the Space Marine box, with the old Death Guard colour scheme.
The 1991 catalogue page for the Nurgle (and Tzeentch!) Marines.


Next update might be some more Chaos Legion item as I am halfway through painting some, and just putting the finishing touches to some Robots. I am also converting more Turnip28.