My Screaming Bell is now finished, except for the base which I'm doing in a batch with some other miniatures later.
I went for a look much similar to the one painted up by the 'Eavy Metal-team, so I used a lot of the input available in the article published by Games Workshop.
To keep the model in line with the rest of the army, I painted the Seer and the Rat Ogre in the same way as the rest of the army. When I retouch the army after the tournament I'm painting this up to, I will add more layers to these as well.
I think I've spent about 25-30 hours in total on this, from assembly to now.
Here's some pictures:blog comments powered by Disqus
Hesse > Dark Angels
In great anticipation for the now-often rumoured new Dark Angels Codex, I decided to pick up a couple of Dark Angels sets from the Dark Vengeance starter kit.
I already had some old Imperial and Crimson Fists lying around, pretty much just leftover scraps from when I sold the army, so I already have a sizable force for a pretty low investment.
Hesse > Campaign in my local gaming club
I decided to start a new campaign to celebrate and play some of the new 40K 6th edition goodness.