Logan "Bathe in the Demon Semen" underwood!
GOD DAMN IT I JUST SPILLED MY WHOLE FUCKING POT OF LEADBELCHER

FUCK YOU NURGLE YOU SHIT MONGER.

Fuck Fuck.

Guys, guys, are there Games Workshop’s in Australia?????

Hail Slaanesh!

Here’s what i’ve got so far on my chaos army.
The army is dedicated to Slaanesh and his hot ass.

There is a Devotee of Khorne thrown in there. (The one with the red arm of course.)

getting better right?

letstalknerd:

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

#perf

letstalknerd:

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

#perf

minii-shanadee:

wow!

So did you just Rip this straight from facebook/atheist overdose/some other stupid source?

minii-shanadee:

wow!

So did you just Rip this straight from facebook/atheist overdose/some other stupid source?

rummyj:

Now my local game shop has Kidhammer, a Warhammer 40k program for children under 17. I do not know how to feel about this.

There are many people under 17 (including myself) that hang around my GW and it doesn’t really get in the way. In fact, many children are willing to learn and (sometimes) provide interesting conversation.

K-K-K-K-KILLA KAN!


I repaired and painted this kan ah’ whoopass for a friend of mine!

Colors Used:
Khorne Red: For the body and a few details, including the blood on the saw.
Shitons of Leadbelcher: A large portion of the model, including some minor details.
Sycoraz Bronze: To get that shiny look~
Warpstone Green: Because wires deserve to look green.
Runefang Silver: In case leadbelcher wasn’t silver enough for you.
Burnished Gold: Literately for two tiny lightening bolts.

HEY YOU GUYS!

I’m painting a killa kan for a friend of mine and I need to know how to get a rusty look.



Help?

Here are my new chaos models.

Any thoughts?

Oh god no, don't use Acetone. That shit eats plastic like no one's business, and can often cause a loss of detail if done repeatedly. Seriously, just stick to Simple Green, or any generic knock-off brand; L.A.'s Awesome Green, for instance, is the same stuff but can be found in dollar stores. If it's a cleaning product that's green, it's usually a safe bet, but for the love of GOD don't use Acetone or break fluid, it just ends badly.

Acetone worked well actually, I only kept it in for 30 or so seconds until I could get the paint off. But luckily I picked up some simple green.

In fact I’m about to post the new chaos Color scheme I whipped up.