I say this as I have been working building up my 2 Chaos Knight/Titans ( dunno what they would be in the end! )... and in between the drying of the putties I have been painting some randoms.
First up is the 2nd Deamon Prince ( the 1st being completed previously ). I think the purple really shines on this and I am really happy with how it came out in the end.
He now sits in with the rest of the army as a whole in the above photo.. so happy with how it looks and more so with how it plays up!
The Beaver Lumberjack Skull and the old bearded man. Both sculpted by a good friend of mine out of Ukraine and a lot of fun to paint up. Quick pieces that stand about 30 and 40 mm each. I suspect I will need to paint more of them and try out new things like OSL or something.
Last piece painted is this quirky little pumpkin from another good friend of mine, this time from Greece. I was painting this up alongside my wife while she tried her hand at hers. Worked on it to give her some moral support as she was painting so that I could show her some steps as and when she asked.
And the 2 pieces I am working on building up and looking forward to painting very soon!
Monsters in their own rights... and taking their time and then some to get done right before I even think about painting them up!
Ooh, what a wonderfully varied and fun post! Absolutely lovey stuff, Kyle. Your Daemon Prince is marvellously icky, I especially like his purple guts and nasty rusted blade - his gasmask covered head is particularly chilling.
Your two fridge magnets/busts are excellent as well. The skin tone on the bearded fellow is superb and that pumpkin is just plain demented (I love his ripening green topknot/stem. Excellent stuff.
Finally, the sneak peak shots of your upcoming Chaos knights are very tantalizing. It's plain that there is some serious conversion work going on - I look forward to seeing these two done and stomping onto the blog to be viewed in all their horrific glory.
As to points, I'm going to call the Daemon Prince similar to a dreadnought, while the busts and pumpkin being equal to 28mm models. So, with a bit added for the conversion work, we'll call it 35 points. Thanks for treating us to your 'randoms'!