Welcome back to another week of Good Reads. I’ve got a doozy for you this week with great posts on tanks, titans, beasts and monsters!
For the new here, the Good Reads posts are where I gather some of my favorite post from the week and share them with my readers. There are so many great hobbyiests out there posting great content that it can be easy to miss some of their amazing work – I know I keep finding new blogs every week!
So this is my attempt to gather a few that caught my eye and I wanted to share with all of you, so enjoy and click on through to check out their posts!
I love tanks, and when someone goes so far as magnetizing them for options, I am always impressed – it has always been way too much work for me. Well the GunGrave not only painted an amazing PredatorÂ for his Heresy Death Guard, but magnetized three different turrets to go along with it.
The Apologist over on Death of a Rubrist has been making some great Iron Warrior his Heresy army as well. This one is hisÂ Iron Warriors CenturionÂ which he goes in depth on his background and reasons for betrayal.
Just in case you some how missed this amazing Knight Titan, Tibbs has done a recap post of his Queen Bee build. The model is full of subtle conversions and amazing paintwork.
Dave Garbe over at Wargaming Trade Craft finished his Mountain King a few weeks back, but apparently decided it needed to look even more spectacular. So this week he has shown us how he adds natural material to add details to his King.
Rory shows off another one of his Thousand Sons, this time a Helbrute from the Dark Vengence kit. He builds up a great contrast between the blues, purples, and metals throughout this monster.
The Fire Raptor is a really cool version of the Space Marine flyers and Gothmog over at Sepulchre of Heros has done a fantastic job on his Blood Angles Raptor.Â Not only are the colors crisp but the free hand work on the doors are fantastic.
For something a bit more creepy, how about The Beast by Wilhem over on Wilhel Miniatures? His awards at the Fang and Oslo are well deserved for this amazing piece of scary. Make sure you check out the rest of the pictures to see the surprise on the Beast’s back!
So that’s it for this week, as always I hope you enjoyed this weeks selection and if you feel I am missing out on an amazing blog post or two, hit up the comments below as I enjoy finding new creators.
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Keep on painting,