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Postby quidamcorvus » Mon Oct 17, 2016 2:31 pm

With balsa and boxes figurines and paper clips and plates with shaving cream I made using cyanoacrylate adhesive door to the main entrance and a balcony. Rivets made using glue Wikol.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Fri Nov 04, 2016 9:06 pm

I painted set Camp Basing Kit from HQResin.

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I painted set Wooden Barrels Set from HQResin.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Mon Nov 21, 2016 10:31 pm

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Postby quidamcorvus » Sun Nov 27, 2016 10:57 pm

I panited set Food Market Basing Kit from HQ Resin.

Nice set for the model of bazaar.

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I painted set Travel Set – Basing Kit from HQ Resin.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Thu Dec 08, 2016 5:32 am

I painted the door for model the "Merchant House".

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Postby quidamcorvus » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:59 pm

Vampire Von Carstein on scenic bases RISE of the UNDEAD, that is my gift for Potsiat from Gangs of Mordheim painted within the first Christmas Miniatures Exchange 2016.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:29 am

After a break I slowly return to building and painting models and miniatures for Warheim FS. At the workshop, I have two projects now underway - the Knights of the Order of the Sisters of Sigmar and the Merchant's House model - but they have to wait a while.

I decided to start with something light and simple, and since I have been planning to build a monument using the model of Gloria Invicta from GameZone Miniatures for a long time, I decided to finally put it into practice.

In the picture below you can see the pedestal prepared for painting and the monument standing on it, which after finishing the work will decorate the streets of Oldenlitz.

More about the Gloria Invicta from GameZone Miniatures will be posted next Friday. On the other hand, for the valorisation of the pedestal I used bits from GW: skulls, broken sword, purity seal, cross; HQ Resin: torches, book and desktop, bench; MaxMini: candles; Scibor MM cracked shield.

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Postby Steam » Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:33 pm

Love that vampire on his display =D>

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Postby quidamcorvus » Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:21 pm

Steam wrote:Love that vampire on his display =D>

Thank you :)

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Postby Chris S » Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:49 pm

I like the vampire display piece as well, nicely done =D>
I must learn to add that last extra highlight to make my
models stand out more.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Apr 12, 2017 7:22 am

I finished painting the monument built from the model of Gloria Invicta from GameZone Miniatures. To do the mock-up remains the monument to which will be located, which will be part of Oldenlitz.

More about the Gloria Invicta from GameZone Miniatures you can read in the review I posted on Friday.  

For the valorisation of the pedestal I used bits from GW: skulls, broken sword, purity seal, cross; HQ Resin: torches, book and desktop, bench; MaxMini: candles; Scibor MM cracked shield.

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Postby deng_ham » Wed Apr 12, 2017 8:57 am

Grim and beautiful as always.

Just want to thank you for great inspiration on my latest project.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:19 am

deng_ham wrote:Grim and beautiful as always.

Just want to thank you for great inspiration on my latest project.

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Wow! Great job! I really like tents - great designs on canvas! Congratulations!

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Postby deng_ham » Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:06 pm

quidamcorvus wrote:
deng_ham wrote:Grim and beautiful as always.

Just want to thank you for great inspiration on my latest project.


Wow! Great job! I really like tents - great designs on canvas! Congratulations!

Thanks. Had to go with a cleaner look. Did not intend to steal the show. But wanted to show you what your work have inspired. I keep looking up this thread while working on both tents and the food stuffs. The images you've posted were a great help when trying to figure out what was what in the crates and sacks. Also the marked you've made was a rough guide to how I wanted to do mine
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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed May 03, 2017 7:31 am

Today I have pictures for you of the first of the three Knights of the Order to the warband Sister of Sigmar to Warheim FS.

More about building models of the Knights of the Order read HERE.

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Today I have pictures for you of the second of the three Knights of the Order to the warband Sister of Sigmar to Warheim FS.

More about building models of the Knights of the Order read HERE.

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Today I have pictures for you of the three of the three Knights of the Order to the warband Sister of Sigmar to Warheim FS.

More about building models of the Knights of the Order read HERE.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed May 24, 2017 4:08 am

The Knights of the Order are the main military force of Cult of Sigmar used by the hierarchy Temple of Sigmar at the time of the Crusade, dedicated to the protection of temples, believers and cult dignitaries such as the Inquisitors and the Sisters of Sigmar Priestess, as well as maintaining order in the Empire's lands.


Well trained and trusted Sigmar's Templars are included in the personal guard of the Grand Master. Knights who managed to prove their loyalty and fidelity to Sigmar are recruited by the Fist Order, which assigns them special, secretive tasks.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jun 07, 2017 1:19 pm

After a break to paint the Knights of the Order I returned to the workshop to work at the Monument of Gloria Invicta in Oldenlitz.

I decided to put the Monument of Gloria Invicta on the right pedestal and so was the idea of building the Mausoleum of Morr.

I built a maze structure from styrodur and placed it on a 300x150 mm base. I carved the pavement in the plaster, and the door frame I made to resemble the Gate one of the symbols of the Morr, god of death and dreams in the Warhammer Fantasy universe.

The door in the gates I did the same as the door to the house of wealthy burgher.

In the pictures below you can see the mausoleum covered with black primer, ready to painted.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:00 am

Work on the Mausoleum of Morra, the lord of the dead and the dream is ongoing.

Using acrylic paints and chemistry from AK Interactive I painted the door that I did the same as the door to the house of the wealthy burgher.

I also painted the monuments of the guards, which in turn I made of figurine scrap, which I received some time ago as a gift from Duderson.

Models, judging by the shields on the shields from the game LotR did not have blade blades, which I supplemented with bits.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Thu Jun 15, 2017 9:41 am

Within the # 34 edition of the Miniature Blog Carnival, I have painted two markers of fallen models.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jun 21, 2017 2:14 pm

I glued Monument of Gloria Invicta the base of the Mausoleum Morr, god of death and dreams and set the door on the stone gates.

I did the door as the door to the house of wealthy burgher.

Using acrylic paints and weathering effects I painted the walls and made stains on the stones.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:00 am

I finished working on Morr's Mausoleum and Gloria Invicta's monument.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Mon Jul 10, 2017 2:37 pm

Chaos Dwarf model painted at #34 edition of MBC:

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:50 pm

As you probably know, I'm not a big supporter of GW 's AoS and new style of miniatures dedicated to the game. However, I am not going to offend GW and keep an eye on the news from time to time noting the noteworthy models.

And so it was with Arkanaut Frigate and the whole Kharadron line to AoS. The frigate model I bought and converted and for the Kharadrons we plan to create the rules for the Bootmen from Barak Varr and adapt it to the Warheim FS.

With all the sympathy the Kharadrons I can not accept the orb of power, whose styling does not fit me. Therefore, inspired by the found in the depths of the internet illustration of a flying boat I decided to use, mainly Dwarf WFB bits, to rebuild the frigate, and the captain to make a model Gnome with musket from SpellCrow.

Element on the stand is part of the Dwarven Ruins set from Scibor MM.

You can view the conversion effects below.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:37 am

Visible below the Square of Three Thrones is my contribution to the Miniature Blog Carnival, hosted by Bahior from The Dark Oak blog and my work on the Bejcowe kitbasze, which was organized by Rebe Spell.

First of all, it is also a model, which will be part of the Oldenlitz, a city in which the skirmishes of Warheim FS will take place.

Like other models, I also placed the Square of Three Thrones on a 15 x 15 cm plexiglass. On the poured plaster cast with a sharpened nail I carved the pavement. Outhouse I made of balsa and match sticks, and the destroyed wall is a properly worked styrodur.

The October issue of the MBC is a break in battle and this scene features a sitting on thrones imperialist soldier reading the book, unaware of the fun that the Nurglings were setting up at the back of the Square of Three Thrones.

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