The other week I had posted pictures of the Landraiders I had been working on. Things have progressed a little bit in that regard.
I apologize for the darkness of the photos, the lighting in my current workroom leave something to be desired. When it warms up the images will improve drastically. Since last time I added the middle portion of the tank and have begun creating the front gate. The plan is to duplicate this with resin to ensure the pieces are uniform, much like the wheel tracks.
I've also been inspired by my last post to begin the Tzeentch Brain troop sculpt. Bear with me, it isn't very far along yet, but here it is.
You can see I divided the left and right lobe and sculpted the rest of the top area. I'll be hopefully working on the bottom and spinal column, which will actually complete the general model. I may look into plastic bubbles of some sort to encase the model's brain area after they've been painted to give the impression of a forcefield, representing the 5++ armor save of the brains. Of course the spine will stick out the bottom, representing its vulnerability.
That's pretty much the start of the army. Next week I may lay out my plan for creating the entire army and set up a schedule for timely completion. Since I tend to lose sight of my goals I think this might be a good way to quickly complete a task which may prove daunting.
Thanks for stopping by and seeing my little projects. I hope it has inspired you to take matters into your own hands when it comes to modeling and save yourself a little of the green stuff we all are finding so hard to come by these days!