The Challenge has come again, the eagerly awaited painting extravaganza that binds us all together, we very few and lucky underlings of the Snowlord's Domain.
Arthur has a small amount of figures he wanted to paint for this year's Challenge which are mainly historical miniatures. That said, my recent GW obsession has led to him painting some Space Marines in a self designed paint scheme, which is suitably '80's themed ;-)
So without further ado here's Arthur's first space marine:
The sword and shield on the free figure is an addition by me of course.
Also finished in time for this post is the Necromunda equivalent of the Lurker in the Dark (sorry no puns intended Fran).
While not the most demanding figure in the boxed set I am rather happy with how it ended up.
Well pointswise Arthur has 5 points to his name now and I will have at least 10. What the Lurker is worth I'll leave up to Curt.
Rest assured that my next post will be more seizable indeed. Thanks for dropping in!
Arthur, I like your blue Space Marine, especially the two-tone armour and his red eye lenses. Good one. Tell your dad that we need another pic of you guys painting - I really liked the last one but suspect you've grown quite a bit since then.
Sander, it's good to see you continuing on your Heroquest additions, especially with these fancy versions of Sir Ragnar - the modification of adding of the sword and shield are well chosen and wonderfully executed. AND what's a dank dungeon without an icky tentacle coming out of a sewer grate (really, much the same could be said for London as well). ;)
Well done lads!