Friday, May 13, 2011

SCWH Honor Roll #12 - Green Stuff

Welcome to the SCWH Honor Roll!  This week, I went looking for Green Stuff and sculpting work; and I found some great work out there:

Miniature Wargaming Conversion's Casting Tutorial (and Part 2)
Knight Craft's Historical Knights
Master of the Forge's Pre-Heresy Alpha Legion Terminator
Carmen's Fun Painty Time's Qwik 54mm Minis
Pulp Zen's Blackbeard
Mountain Miniature's Historical Witch Hunter

I also saw these two non-Green Stuff posts, that I couldn't help but include:
Galaxy in Flame's Games Workshop Store Terrain
All THings 40k's Dark Eldar Wych Step-by-Step (ALL of Master Dark Sol's Step-by-Steps are great too)

Mike and John weren't able to add links this week.  I forgot to check in with them until fairly late on Thursday, and Blogger was having some technical issues (sorry guys).  They both should be back next week though.

Be sure to also check out Heroes of Armageddon for all the details about the upcoming an charity event benefiting the Doctors Without Borders organization.  A few prizes have already started getting awarded.  Don't waste time getting in on the contest and supporting this event!

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 Conversion.  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.



  1. Hi Rob,

    Bigglesworth here at Knight Craft - really honored to make your Honor Roll - what an amazing surprise. Thank you for linking my blog and letting folks now about my humble sculpting and casting efforts. I was shocked to see all the page views all of a sudden. I promise to keep the work interesting and I will try to keep the posts informative. You're the best.

  2. You're Welcome; All of your sculpting and casting stuff has been pretty impressive. Keep up the great work!