This morning, while getting Mr. Pearbuckle off to work, Kthonios was just bound and determined to get some pettins. There’s nothing but air below his belly. 🙂
He can be very stubborn and is willing to take a chance to get what he wants. I find him inspiring sometimes.
Other times, he’s just really pretty:
My brother (Jamie) gave me an army from Warhammer 40,000 for my birthday this past February. I love it so very much. It’s made up of Witch Hunters, mostly Sisters of Battle, and consists of both painted and unpainted miniatures.
Last night, Mr. Pearbuckle and I went to Jamie’s house to spend a few hours with Jamie and our friend, Jason (fun guy!) to paint our armies. One model can take hours to paint. I had two set aside I wanted painted nearly the same, so decided I’d do them at the same time. I knew I’d have to mix paints to get the copper I wanted. It’s easier to paint two miniatures the same the first time than re-mix the paint and deal with not getting the ratio perfect.
Here is one of the models. There are still a couple tiny touches I want to make to this one, but it’s more complete than the other.
I think she looks ready to hunt down some psyker enemies! 🙂