Sunday, October 13, 2013

Working from scratch

Bear with me folks!  Now that I have the new lighting setup, I am able to take groups shots and other similar pictures for the first time.  So, I am working my way through some of the older army minis... this time the Tainted Legions of Pharaoh Pseusenes.

Everything in these images was either scratch built of massively converted.  I know the long time viewers have seen some of the Tomb Kings stuff way back when, but it was so neat to see all of the scratch built stuff all in one place.

And, with the new Obelisk terrain no less.
I had lots of fun making everything here... the Colossus, Heirotitan, Screaming skull catapult, carrion, and so on.

A better shot of the Titan!

And the Colossus!  I have numerous step by step posts on these guys... sculpting, painting, and so on.

Sadly, all the catapult does is blow itself up, but making the sphinxes which hold the posts taught me how to make them for the display board.

More scenes like this to come.  I hope you don't mind!!!


  1. Now you're just showing off! Love your Tomb Kings, the giant Anubis and Horus Colossals are incredible!

    Smells Like Wargaming

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to check out the blog!

  3. I'm still trying to get over the fact these didn't win armies on parade. such a wonderful army. The sculpting is superb.

    1. Thanks for the kind words! As we have looked back on that, and contrasted it to Adepticon, it was pretty clear. There was no way to really examine an army up close, much less multiple times. No way to look at stories, etc., as the line pressed you forward. It would have been difficult for people to remember what they had seen without being able to go back multiple times...