Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Slambo, Oldhammer Chaos Champion of Malal





I finally managed to find the long-OOP chaos champion infamously known as Slambo. In a fit of inspired mania, I managed to paint him in one ten-hour session. In keeping with the Oldhammer spirit, I decided upon the especially fluffy obsolescence of the now-trending forgotten anti-chaos Chaos God, Malal, as Slambo's new patron of choice.

Colour recipes (Using mostly the Citadel range):

"Black:" /Nuln oil/, /Drakenhof Nighshade/, Shadow Grey, Fenrisian Grey, /Drakenhof Nightshade/

"White:" Rakarth Flesh, /Seraphim Sepia/, Bleached Bone, Pallid Wych Flesh, Ceramite White

/denotes wash

I found him on eBay (PROTIP: look under,"chaos champion OOP," rather than Slambo to save about 20-30 bucks).

You can get him HERE, albeit not in oldschool 'Eavy Metal (pewter), but rather fiddly resin.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Sanity Claws


Merry Christmas!
 חַג שָׂמֵחַ
Happy Festivus.
Merry Crimbus!
Happy Mercenary Day!
Great Pudding's Feast!


As some (especially Oldhammers) will know, Sanity Claws is a Limted Release mini from approximately 1986. More info on his origins can be found at the exquisite Realm of Chaos 80's.

I'd like to think that he's a dimensional being from the Warp, bringing Change once a year to all who wish for it...his bag seems full of all sorts of unspeakable wonders.

I couldn't work up the courage to affix this guy to his base. I wanted the snow to look just right and was having trouble. This will definitely be a reminder to myself next time to "just do it."

When it comes to the painting itself, I was inspired by Ivan Albright and his most famous work for the movie, The Picture of Dorian Grey.

Image Source: Wikipedia

Friday, July 25, 2014


 Wunderkammer Miniaturum I.




My recent favorites, painted between the years 2011-2014.
I will ocassionally curate a miniature miniature exhibit from time to time. This was originally going to be an entry for the exhibit entitled "These are Some of My Favorite Things" at the ASU Ceramics Research Center.





Sunday, March 16, 2014

More animated miniatures.

Horror-faced Apsiring Champion of Tzeentch.
Games Workshop Citadel parts:
*Ork body, arm.
*Chaos Warrior Axe arm.
*Horror of Tzeentch head, reveresed.
*Mouth-Inset Eyeball from Chaos Spawn sprue.
*Tentatcles from Green Stuff (Knead-Tite Epoxy Putty)

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Testing out an animated GIF

Miniature:

Satyr Female (Satyar Tiebandigerin)
Das Schwarze Auge, Ral Partha Europe







Friday, January 03, 2014

My Little Cthulu


Miniature from the excellent Night Terrors range by CP Miniatures. Would like to know the sculptor, perhaps George Fairlamb? He has sculpted the Hook Horror from this range.



Tuesday, December 24, 2013


  ~~The Great Pudding ~~
WIshes You a

Happy Christmas!



The Great Pudding was inspired by this single entry in early Warhammer 40K Lore:

"As the governor of a hive-world you find it difficult to keep order at the best of times. Things have been getting worse since a madman started a new religion based around the premise that a  vast floating pudding would appear to make life better for everyone -- the people have stopped working, even the military has been affected and you can't rely on your own staff anymore. Yesterday you caught your mother reading a pamphlet entitled, "The Pudding is coming-- ten reasons why you should believe." Today the prophet of this insane religion, the Rev. Jeronimo Kipling, will be conducting a whistle stop tour of the run-down city bottom district of Tumbletown. You have positioned a special unit to attack and kill him. The troops dressed in civilian gear as you intend on blaming the whole thing on a rival religious group (possibly the Anadentists or the Church of the Lucid Shirt Button). The target will be surrounded by the usual bodyguards and mobs, and his vehicle may be well protected."


Work forthcoming inspired by the Anadentists.

~D