[Warfork 40.000 - Rogue Rules]
Genestealer Cult

I primed the cultists using my airbrush and Vallejo grey primer.


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Imperial Flush Space Marines

I basecoated the models in black though my airbrush. Unfortunately this cost me two arms, which I need to pin back in place again.


[Warfork 40.000 - Rogue Rules]
Genestealer Cult

I finished building all the Cult models I own, including the bases. I used plastic off-cuts for some kind of beams or something, moulded plastic card steel floors, and filled the gaps with filler. The filler is of the self-levelling sort used for floors; I tried to mix it a bit grainy to get a level surface, but with a texture.


[Warfork 40.000 - Rogue Rules]
Genestealer Cult

I started on building the Genestealer Cult, that I had lying around for some time now. I mounted them on 25mm round steel bases from Product for Wargamers.

Some of the arms I left off for easier painting.


[Warfork 40.000 - Rogue Rules]
Imperial Flush Space Marines

Another project pending for way too long, when de-flashing and assembling the Battletech miniatures, I had the tools out to also finally continue on these models.

I made a mold from instant mold from an old terminator model (like two years ago already...), as I needed a gloved hand on a trigger for the rotary storm bolter replacements.

The casting is a bit crude, I filled both halves and then pressed them together.

I had two possibilities in mind of how to use the arms, and decided for the right one; the left one looked too unbalanced.

The sergeant got one of the hammers again.

Terminator with rotary storm bolter and terminator with flamer.

Terminator with rotary storm bolter and sergeant with rotary storm bolter and power hammer.


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Squat Stunty Scout

The Scout is done. I tried again to stick to the original description of Squats colourwise:

Squats prefer muted colours reminiscent of the rocks and sands of their Home Worlds: browns, greys and green are popular in varying shades and mixtures, as are black, white and deep red - it is common for seams and piping to be picked out in a contrasting colour.

- White Dwarf Compendium 1989, p. 172

The paint list is:

  • Visor

    • 70.961 Sky Blue
    • SWW013 Algae
    • 70.961 Sky Blue
    • 70.961 Sky Blue

      &

      70.951 White

  • Helm/Shoulder Guard

    • 70.890 Retractive Green
    • SWW002 Heavy Body Black
    • 70.890 Retractive Green
    • 70.890 Retractive Green

      &

      70.882 Middlestone

      &

      70.986 Deck Tan

  • Face
    • 72.041 Dwarf Skin
    • SWW009 Sewer Water
    • 72.041 Dwarf Skin
  • Armour/Bolt Gun/other Metal
    • 70.865 Oily Steel
    • SWW002 Heavy Body Black
    • 71.064 Chrome
  • Boots
    • 70.994 Dark Grey
    • SWW002 Heavy Body Black
    • 70.994 Dark Grey
  • Gloves
    • 70.986 Deck Tan
    • SWW009 Sewer Water
    • 70.986 Deck Tan
  • Trousers/Shirt
    • 70.985 Hull Red
    • SWW009 Sewer Water
  • Webbing

    • 70.882 Middlestone
    • SWW013 Algae
    • 70.882 Middlestone
    • 70.882 Middlestone

      &

      70.951 White

  • Knee/Elbow Protectors
    • 70.881 Yellow Olive
    • SWW009 Sewer Water
    • 70.881 Yellow Olive
  • Backpack
    • 70.876 Brown Sand
    • SWW009 Sewer Water
    • 70.876 Brown Sand


[Warfork 40.000 - Rogue Rules]
Squat Stunty Scout

Prime night! The scout was airbrushed with Vallejo surface primer black 28.012, now he is ready to be painted.


[Warfork 40.000 - Rogue Rules]
Squat Stunty Scout

A chance find recently on ebay, this lovely little one just had to be bought :-) A blast from the past.

He will support my Brotherhood sappers I finished recently.


[Modern]
Shotgun Joe

While looking for miniatures I could use to convert to 40,000 militia/gangers, I thought I could give the WWII american infantry from Warlord Games a try, as they could be easily converted. I ordered one model through Mega Bitzshop to check on its size. Luckily I did so, because the model is way too small compared to GW, probably 25mm vs 32mm scale.

So I decided to use the model as an addition to my modern characters. I cut away all the webbing and the obviously WWII style boots.

I then used putty to resculpt the areas into plain cloth.

The shotgun arm I left off for ease of painting.


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Squat Brotherhood Sappers

Squad done :-)

You can find more detailed pictures on my webpage.