I recently finished a Greater Possessed for my Word Bearers. I am quite keen to make an army with a lot of Possessed marines in my army, but there are rumours flying about of a new box set for them, so holding off with the current models just in case!
I had a minor collision with another car just before xmas (he smashed into me!), which knackered my back and hand a little (and my car), so I haven’t been able to paint much at all. I have however managed to finish off a squad of terminators when I have managed to work through it.
One of the first projects I ever completed back in the day was my Cawdor gang. The old metal models were amazing at the time, and I still have them in storage somewhere.
As my painting time is limited to an hour or so most evenings, I decided to crack on with my half finished projects. And I thought it was high time for the “The Sickness” (gang name, in no way related to the band) to get a face lift.
These guys were pretty “horrifying” to photograph! 😀
I don’t have as much time for painting these days as I used to, so I decided to get these done to what I consider my table top standard. I plan on using them for both my Thousand Sons, and my Disciples of Tzeentch army, whenever I get round to that.
I don’t tend to return to old models, but in Ahriman’s case, I made an exception.
This old metal model is one of the first I ever collected for Chaos, and he was the reason I made a strong connection with the Thousand Sons. I have tried to keep as much of my older paint job on him I could, whilst making sure he fit the paint scheme for my current force.
It’s nothing special, but the model holds a special place in my collection.