The Saints are ready to march! How long has it been since I last updated my army, but finally I got some time during my vacations and not only painted my last HQ units, I also bought good old Celestine ...
Time for some heavy machinery! My converted Immolator is finally rolling and even though I'm not too happy with the painting, I'm relieved that it's done
Prepare for a rare sight on the battlefields of the 41st millenium - mechanized horses! And on their backs the righteous Sisters of Battle. A new unit to crush your enemies and bring fear to the unbeliever.
It is finally done. I finished my Imperial Knight in Sisters of Battle Style. It took me weeks, but it was worth it. I'm proud of the result and I can easily say, this is the best model I ever painted. And most important, time has come to take care of some other projects.
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.