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 🙂
The Order of Our Martyred Lady was founded in honour of Saint Katherine. Even amongst the devout warriors of the Sororitas, the Sisters of Our Martyred Lady have a reputation for incredible determination, inspired by their desire to avenge the deaths of their fallen. This inner fire drives them to destroy their enemies utterly, and those not consumed with cleansing flames are ruthlessly put to the sword.
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.
Like the other founding Saints of the Sororitas, Silvana was one of five sisters and a member of Alicia Dominica's bodyguard when she was taken before the Golden Throne. She is noted for the many selfless acts of self-sacrifice she performed throughout her life, and Sisters who have survived a battle despite terrible odds often invoke her name in thanks for deliverance from the forces of evil.
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.
A couple of days ago, I was once more "nicely reminded" by my wife, that I still had to throw away my current plastic sprues and trash. This made me thinking. First of all, how can I get around this extremly exhausting task and secondly, isn't there something better to do with it? Beside that,... Continue Reading →