Time for an update on my Sororitas Knight! I could finally finish the most parts of the Knights body. Meaning, there is mainly the base left to go and a light on the horizon.
A week has past since I last shared some updates on my Sororitas Knight, and eventhough I'm far from finished, I wanted to give some new impressions. Luckily, there is another model I can also share with you guys, my converted Legatine!
Welcome to the domain of the Sisters of Saint Nora. A fully converted Sisters of Battle army - out of plastic. This article is a combination of all the other conversion-posts so far and will be updated regularly.
Time for a recap: After 1 1/2 days of cutting, glueing, melting, drilling and even hurting my self (oh surprise) Step II of my Sorortias Knight is finally done - all parts are fully converted and primed. Now it is time to have a look back and than start to paint.
Tomorrow is the big day and I finally get my hands on an Imperial Knight. It's not that I want to start a new army, but I simply love the model. Its design, its weapons, its pure presence. And it is a brilliant model to convert or at least to add a lot of additional details. So I decided to add a Knight to my Sisters army.
The Saint is finally flying. I found the time to paint her over the last weekend and I am pretty happy with the results. Eventhough I have to admit, that several things went wrong - but I took a lot of learnings and thats great. Especially when thinking about the upcoming Sororitas Knight Project, starting next week!
Time for some new rules and teasers on my current project - Saint Nora de Brühl, eponym of my Sisters of Battle Order and living Saint of the Imperium of Men. Saint Nora is a true beacon of light on the battlefield and both a terrible foe in close combat and an inspiration for all sisters around her.
Time for some progress dear friends! Yesterday I could finally finish my third and fourth squad of Sisters and with the Seraphim built and primed, I wanted to share some pics. Hopefully not to boring, but hey, that's why I made this blog 🙂
Welcome to another conversion-entry! It's been quite a while since I last showed some progress, so I decided to give a little preview for my next conversions - Plastic Seraphim and Imagifier + Hospitaller. It took several weeks for some parts to arrive and now I realized, that my base-primer is empty ... so yeah, will take some more days to start painting what I'm showing today.
Every army needs a leader and when there is no Saint around, there's only one true choice for the Sisters of Battle, the Canoness (with the Blade of Admonition). To keep everything in plastic, I used the same body as for my other Plastic Sisters, but this time I added a lot of bits from miniatures I kept around for quite a long time.