Thursday, October 30, 2014
Hey everyone, KrautScientist here. In the last post published here on DFG, TJ already talked about the possible conversion potential of the new Putrid Blightkings. And now that the kit has been with us for a while, allow me to talk in more detail about my own experience with these guys. Step this way to learn more.
Monday, October 6, 2014
I don't know if you all have spotted these pics yet but I just saw them while eating a pizza on the streets of Split Croatia and figured I would toss them up here. These look like great bases for plague marine conversions! I would use torso parts from them with marine arms and legs and then vice versa to make a few squads stretch out!
Excellent stuff. I hope the rest of the Chaos release is this good!
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
TJ here to talk about the upcoming Nagash releases for Warhammer Fantasy and how they are pretty much the best thing model-wise for Chaos converters to come along in a long time. Let's take a look at the new possibilities before us!
Monday, August 11, 2014
Hey everyone, KrautScientist here. Seeing how TJ's latest posts have been focused on Knights and similar superheavy walkers, I thought I'd ride the same wave and talk about converting Imperial Knights to Chaos.
Having worked on my own Chaos Knight conversion recently, I have put a fair bit of thought into the business of building Knights to fight for the ruinous powers -- and it would certainly make lots of sense to make you dear readers profit from the research I did for my own project, right? Thought so! Now if you would step this way, please...
Thursday, August 7, 2014
TJ here to help draw some attention to a fantastic artist and his most ambitious project: A Blanche inspired Purple and Pink Traitor Knight! This is very vivid, but very awesome. Let's take a brief look and then check out his link to see more.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
TJ here to just talk about another Alternative model from a company that desrves a little shout out: Master Crafted Minis. Now, they produce quite a few items (shoulder pads and guns being on the list), but since we have been talking super heavies lately, I wanted to show off what I think would be great alternative to the plastic Transcendent C'tan model.
Monday, July 28, 2014
TJ here and you are all either going to love or hate this post because it is filled with a bunch of crappy doodle I have been making in my notebooks during the less productive moments of meetings. Now normally, I would never post anything like this, but I did get an e-mail recently that asked me how I come up with my conversions and if I just endlessly peice plastic parts together until I find the right look or if I am some kind of natural ... I don't really do either. In order to come to an idea like the angry robot above, I first hit the drawing board and see what comes out of it. Let's take a look at the process.