Eldar Knight #1 & 2 - WiP

Working on two Eldars knights at a time.

I painted everything in black undercoat.

I'll have to paint some parts in yellow, and I'll use some bone undercoat for it.

For now, I don't know which parts will be painted in yellow.


Eldar Knight #2 - WiP 01

Here we go with the second Eldar Knight.

I started by cutting some plastic sprues and glue them on the base.

I created some relief I covered with some glued newspaper.

Then I added glue, sand and gravels on the paper.

It created an apocalypse landscape, with holes and bumps.


Eldar Knight #1 - WiP 02

Let's get it started with the first Eldar Knight

The base is covered with sand and some resin wasted parts. It'll be the same wasteland than the one I created for the Revenant.


Here we go !

After years working on my Doom Angels, successors of  the Dark Angels chapter, it's time for me to stop and work on something else. For a time.

Six years painting Space Marines, totally worth it.

After more than 10 years in the Hobby, I stored many Titans, scenery kits and some rarities. It's time for me, now I have an Apocalypse sized army, to paint something else. 

When you are painting for an army, you must paint your minis squad by squad. Which means you are painting 5,10, even 42 times the same model. And, finally, I'm bored.

This is why I want to pick up some models in stock, having fun in painting Knights, Titans, Scenery and commissioned minis.

On the bench right now : one of the two Eldar knights I'm commissionned to paint.

After these, I don't know what I'll put my hands on. Maybe an imperial Knight.

Or some scenery, I need sceneries for my table.

And when I'll be ready for it, I'll finish the Knight on the left, and paint this old but still good Armorcast Warhound.

The warhound is based on a flat base produced by Dragon Forge.


SIn City - Franck Miller

I must admit I'm a huge fan of Franck Miller's work. I discovered it with The Dark Knight's Return. Then, many years after, Sin City arrived in France. I was amazed by it's work on contrasts. 

For a long time, I only read the french version. I'm living in France, and it's a bit difficult, and expensive, to get the original versions. Translation has many defaults : letters' work disappears, noises are transformed, all the bad language is transformed, etc.

Then I had the opportunity to buy the hard cover All-in-one Franck Miller's BIG DAMN Sin City edition. It's 20% wider than the comics size. And to say it in a word : WOW...

Do you remember the knot you felt in your guts when you heard 300 will be a film ? Opening this huge version was a sucker punch in the face. Having 20% more details to read is just amazing.

And if you can, buy the Artbook, it's worth it.