I have been away a while now but back in November I was asked to paint a Deathwatch army on commission so I have been spending most of my hobby time ploughing through this project. I am expecting to get this army finished by the end of February thus freeing me up to finish painting my Sisters of Silence and Custodes and by then (fingers crossed) a new plastic Dwarf Blood Bowl team.
The GW releases continue to show no sign of slowing, if anything they are being ramped up as the new Campaign books lead us towards 8th Edition and the 30th birthday of Warhammer 40K.
We have seen releases too numerous to mention over the last two years that we would never have imagined possible and I now have a Daemon Primarch awaiting my attentions which still blows my mind. 2017 is set to be an amazing year for anyone who play Warhammer 40K and I for one can't wait to see what wondrous things are waiting for us behind the veil.
My Space Wolves are ready and waiting for whatever comes out of 8th Edition as I spent much of 2016 getting them reorganised into the new Wolf Claw Strike Force so I could get into the new 40K detachement/formation groove. On the 30K front I have two sets of The Burning of Prospero, two plastic Contemptor Dreadnoughts and a few boxes of Cataphractii Terminators who will make up my Space Wolves and Thousand Sons Legions which I will work on as we got into the summer and beyond. That will give me six mirrored Legion forces, three loyalist and three traitor and a perfect excuse for a big game later in the year.
Well until I get the Deathwatch finished and get a bit post ready to roll out loaded with cool pictures I will leave you with a bit of a scrap book of work in progress pictures from all sorts.
Oh yeah, and these guys sneaked in last weekend.
Check back next week for the Deathwatch pictures.