Friday, February 24, 2012

SCWH Honor Roll #52

Welcome to the SCWH Honor Roll now brought to you with love and care direct from Lantz from over at TLA and MWC!

Legion Of Plastic - Counts-As Coteaz
Chewin The Phat - Hellpit Abomination
Ten Inch Template - Cthulhu Desolation Engine
Wargaming Tradecraft - Mauler
Apocalypse 40k - Pegasus Progress
Cursed Money Corp. - Ultramarines Land Raider
The Fallen Princes - Counts-As Ultramarines Army
The Back 40k - Texturing Dessert Bases
Kevin's Miniatures And Hobby Table - Cryx Ogrun
Aleatorblog - Vindicator
Rust And The City - Death Guard Dreadnought

Lantz: First, I'd like to thank Mike for taking over the HR last week. I had some family business to attend to, but this week I'm back with a slew of great work from around the world. A lot of completed work this week, I'm happy to see WT completing pieces of the Hordebloods project. TB40k has an in-depth tutorial on basing for anyone wanting the dessert feel for their army. In the way of work-in-progress, A40k is continuing their work on the Pegasus, which I'm very excited about.

Mike's addition for this week's Honor roll is:

Mike:  I generally expect nothing but the best from Ron at From the Warp, but this post is the best one he has done in a long time.


As always: 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:
http://santacruzwarhammer.blogspot.com/search/label/honor%20roll

Much appreciation!

5 comments:

LuckyNo.5 said...

SOme very cool stuff this time around. I love that pegasus Eldar vehicle!

Dave G said...

Thanks for the link! :) I'm glad to be completing them too, heh

Cameron said...

Thanks for the link to Rust and the CIty. I had a feeling the dreadnought might appeal to you. The death guard conversions on here have inspired me a lot. I'd love to make a nurgle lord on a plastic bloodcrusher after seeing yours!

Lantz M said...

The guys here at SCW do some amazing work, I agree. You guys are very welcome; keep up the good work.

The Pirate Viking said...

For next time can I reccommend http://beardbunker.blogspot.com/2012/02/freehand-painting-tips-part-1-of-2.html

Really good look at freehand painting.