Friday, August 5, 2011

SCWH Honor Roll #23 - Painting


Welcome to the SCWH Honor Roll!  This week I'll be bringing you some of the most awe-inspiring paint jobs form out there:

Dave Taylor Miniature's Steel Legion Infantry
Musk's Miniature's Khorne Berzerkers
The Warmaster's Revenge's Dynamic World Eaters
Realm of Lead Addiction's Nurgle Sorcerer
Collegia Titanica's Mass Effect Characters
The Paint Shop's Step-by-Step Purifiers

Mike and John's additions for this weeks Honor roll are:

Mike: The Heroes of Armageddon table to me seemed like the best model of Gamesday 2011. Brian Niro of Gentlemansones really made an absolute masterpiece. check out this post on how he got inspired

John: Gotta hand it to Mike Cho, hung out with him at Games Day and was there when he took a Silver Demon with this model.

Heroes of Armageddon may have wrapped up, but That Guy James has a more local charity supporting Ohanamalu Tae Kwon Do.  Details and pictures of the very impressive army being auctioned off can be found here: Howling Griffons Project

As a special request, I'm going to have to give up my role in this series in August, but I don't want my departure to be the end of the Honor Roll.  If you think you can take up the reins (and maybe improve it), then please let Mike or John or I know.  I think this has been great at helping share the joys of the hobby, and it still has so much to offer.

And AGAIN: if you care about your fellow bloggers and their work, please link the Honor Roll on your blog. Grab the jpg from this post and use this link underneath:


It would be really appreciated!

Next week our topic is going to be a mix of Green Stuff and Conversions.  If you want to help out, when you see something great out on the web and want to make sure I don't miss it, feel free to send it to robert [dot] biddle [at] gmail [dot] com.

Rob

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the kind words. I hope this isn't presumptuous, but I am already looking forward to the next assignment.

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  2. Yay me!

    Those are the first models I finished in months and it could be months before I finish any others, except maybe some terrain as my life is getting boxed up...

    Thanks for the surprise.

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