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Warhammer 40,000

I just recently playing 40K as of November of 2008.  It started out as a painting subject to get my mind off WFB after a disappointing finish in Vegas at 2008, but it soon grew into a monster that I can’t stop.  To date, I think I have twice as much 40K army than I do of WFB despite a late start.


This is my first 40K army - formerly the 13th legion of the Emperor's Chosen Ones. This is also the one that I am trying to get it on par with the GT standard so I can at least have a chance to place in it. I did a lot of free hand with this army. It started as a mean to save time on decals, but before I know it, it took over most of my painting time.

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512th Cadian [WIP]

I've always liked the Imperial Guards. Maybe it was due to the fact that I served in the service, infantry has a special place in my heart. It was only a pity that this new codex did not arrive a year earlier - you would be looking at a complete gallery rather a WIP journal then. But then again, part of the fun of success is the journey for. 512th Cadian required some special attention from me. First off, I decided to stay with a very limit set of pallets. A few shades of grey, black, blue for lens and white for free hands and sums up the entire color spectrum for this army. I am also trying to achieve realistic weathering by using very basic but controlled methods of washing/staining and graphite marking. It is too early to tell if the experiment is a failure or a success, but feel free to leave comments so I know what I need to improve on.

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