The big sale

I said goodby to Warmachine and Hordes late last year and now the time has come to sell my stuff.

I will sell all factions I own as a whole, so I’m not selling PIP’s seperate.

I sell my models at 50% of their value.

The models for sale are those shown in the various posts on this blog. The blog posts also show how certain kits are magnetized.

The bits for various sets are also included if they were not used.

If you are interested, you can contact me trough this website or by sending me a pm on facebook.

These are the prices I have calculated, but that doesn’t mean I won’t consider a decent offer.

Retribution:

The value of these models calculated from the pricelist would be 1886,19€. Half price makes it 943€.

Cryx:

The value of these models calculated from the pricelist would be 2465€. Half price makes it 1232€.

Convergence:

The value of these models calculated from the pricelist would be 1647€. Half price makes it 823€.

Skorne:

The value of these models calculated from the pricelist would be 2248€. Half price makes it 1124€.

Skorne:

The value of these models calculated from the pricelist would be 911€. Half price makes it 455€.

 

 

Painting Retribution Part 6: a boatload of models

I have not posted anything since the end of June, because I was simply to busy painting.

My goal was to have my 2 75pt lists fully painted for the first tournament. Meeting the goal was sort of impossible as I still have my HRT’s and 3rd Arcanist on order. However all models aside from those 3 were fully painted and I consider it to be a success.

I also finished my second unit of Invictors but I forgot to take their picture after. Still here’s a shot of the whole bunch on the tray during the SR event.

And just this evening I put the fine touches on 4 more models:

Next up will be the remaining 2 soulless, 2 scyirs, the 2nd unit of Sentinels and Helynna. I will need to strip the paint from the unit of sents first so prepping all the models will take until sunday. I plan to make Helynna  a bit more special, but more on that soon.

 

Painting the Convergence part 15: Reworking servitors 1: Reflex Servitors

The convergence servitors come on the little flight stands, and while that may be somewhat cool to see them “fly”, these things are not to handy and stuff breaks more then I want it to.

When I finished the servitors for the TEP’s I realised that with my new bases I could make some interesting combinations for the different types of servitors leaving the flight stands out for good.

I just finished rebasing the Reflex Servitors. Aside from just sticking them to different bases and adding some tufst, I also added some rust pigment so they tie into the bases more, mines do lie around for a while and it’s only natural they wear down a bit.

Just to compare, this is what they used to look like:

Painting the Convergence part14: Last unit of Reductors is done

This post should have happened about 2 weeks ago. I had other things to focus on at that time as Smogcon was getting close and after Smog I was down with the flew so yea I’m behind on posting :/ .

I originally tried something different with these reductors, experimenting with Yellow. The effect wasn’t bad it just didn’t fit into the rest of the army at all. So I just went cold turkey, applied some primer again and painted them in the normal scheme.

When looking at them now I’m super happy I did, they fit into the army and the alternate weapons look amazing in the normal scheme.

 

Painting Retribution: Rebooting an army

Back when I started playing warmachine almost 3 years ago my first pick for a faction was Retribution. I didn’t really have a clue yet how the game worked, but the look and feel of the models made them stand out to me, more so than other factions.

People advised me to take another faction that had a battlebox to start with. (yes in the darker times Ret had no battle box) Which is how I landed on Cryx at the time. Needless to say it didn’t take long before I ended up buying Ret models anyhow.

I played the faction for about 1.5 years and then got a bit fed up with them, it’s not the best faction for a newer player and that makes it harder to stick to it.

Now I’m thinking of putting some elves on the table again, but ofc they are all painted horribly, as they are some of my first work with miniatures.

I could sell them and buy new models but that would be rather disastrous money wise in my opineon.

So stripping the paint it is.

Now for metal figs stripping paint isn’t really rocket science, but for plastic resin thats a whole other universe. Which means I had to do a little research to find a method that wouldn’t just melt my figs.

I found several vids on youtube showing the use of break fluid for even finecast models and it seemed to do the job just fine.

Next thing I got myself some brake fluid and turned my kitchen table into a chem lab. (well close enough, but you need to be really carefull as break fluid is highly toxic)(it also helps to know that I have maybe used my kitchen table for eating 2 times in the last 2 years, so no eating and doing chem 101 on the same surface)

I chose Rahn as the test figure, he’s metal and was posed on a resin base. This way I could test the stripping potential on a metal fig first and see what the effects were on a resin piece I didn’t mind losing if things went south.

I recommend using a sealed conatiner for the stripping. As stated before the liquid is toxic and you want to prevent evaporation as much as possible. Also make sure to cover whatever surface you are using. Always wear gloves AND I also use goggles to cover my eyes. A liquid that can cause 3rd degree burns should never have a chance to touch your eyes.

After about 1 hour the fig was taken out and most of the paint came off easy with an old tooth brush. I put the fig in again for about 2 hours, then cleaned it a second time, 99% of the paint was gone.

For cleaning it afterwards (because the brake fluid needs to come off ofc), I first used a paper towl to remove most of the residue and then let the fig rest in a batch of water with losts of detergent (break fluid is oil based).

After that it’s the paper towl treatment again and the fig is good to go.

Still testing with plastic figs now. The resin base had no damage and was cleaned as well.

However when I put in the first resin model and cleaned it, it had a white coat on it still after the cleaning. I’m at this point unsure if this is a build up from interaction with the break fluid or leftover paint.

I’m doing another test with a smaller piece (Griffon shield) to see. I sure hope it’s not some weird interaction, as that would make pp resin more sensitive than fine case…and that would be just horrible.

More on the progress and perhaps painting soon.

 

Painting Skorne #31: Croack Raiders

I just finished the basing for the Croacks and I must say the tall grass looks awesome.

I used a new type of base I recently made a mould for. It’s actually a 25 mm base but when you glue it to a normal 30 mil base it creates an elevation. I had those bases for a long time and recently I decided I would make a mould for them so I could create more and use them instead of preserving them because I had less than 10 left…

The result:

I’m going to finish the shaman’s base late tonight or tommorow and I’m going to do a post on my little paint removal project as well soon.

Painting Skorne #30: small update

I havn’t been sitting still since I finished my mammoth, however there was not much to report either.

I finished the unit of Ferox that had been sitting on my shelve half painted for a while, and I finished an old metal Titan Sentry. In both cases I didn’t like the way the models looked and went no further than tabletop quality so I didn’t really care to share the results.

Since then I also finished my croack raiders who are now waiting for new bases  and  I’m almost done on the Cyclops shaman, just need to finish the hair and a few details.

Sneak peek:

On the shaman I intended to do Non Metallic metal, and at first it went pretty well, but i just couldn’t get those gloves to turn out ok. In the end I redid all metal in metal paints.

But I was proud I could pull it off on the test piece.

NMM:

And while waiting for the bases I decided to do some magnetization on 2 beast kits and 2 jack kits.

The materials I ordered for casting bases should come in tommorow, then I can make some bases for the Raiders. I’m expecting to finish the raiders and shaman this week and make some progress in painting the Aradii kits.