It took me months to finally paint my converted Seraphim, but I did it at last. It was definitely worth it and I get much closer to a fully painted army. Although I just received a new unit of 10 Repentia Sisters, which have to follow ... a couple of month from now >.< The... Continue Reading →
Greetings! Today we'll dive into some totally vague analysis of the possible size of the new upcoming Sisters of Battle models. And the result ... might not surprise you.
Warhammer Fest Europe started today and Games Workshop surprised us with a new glimpse of what is planned for Sisters of Battle in (hopefully) 2019. This time, we get a first impression of the new weapon design, so let's take a closer look.
While waiting and waiting and waiting for some news about the new Sisters of Battle productline, I started to work on another project in the meantime and I just wanted to share a first piece of artwork.
A poem of Sister Valeena, survivor of the battle for Arios Prime, Canoness of the Sisters of Saint Nora.
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
Hold your breath, for you will definitely lose it! The first pictures of a new Sister of Battle were officially shown at this years Warhammer Fest - and girl, is this model glorious!
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.