Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Space Wolves

Hello again,
I have some personal models for you this time, I have been beavering away over Christmas finishing off the last few guys for my Space Wolf force.
I am aiming to get 750points worth painted up by February so I can take part in a local doubles tournament, and then progress onto getting the full 1500points list complete.

This Grey hunter squad is the most commonly used squad so I have maxed it out with 8 Grey Hunters, a Meltagun, a Flamer, A Wolf Standard and my interpretation of the Mark of the Wulfen (a guy with a huge axe!) also thrown in the mix is the first of two Rune Priests (the second will be converted).

The tutorial for painting these guys can be found on the other blog I contribute to Space Wolves Grey please feel free to have a look around the site it's an amazing resource for new and old Space Wolf players.

To keep the momentum up on these I have signed up for the Heresy online army painting competition which should force me to get stuff done.

I also have some more juicy Salamanders commissions coming in as well, and a surprise Warhammer Fantasy model from ages past...........


  1. Very nice looking SW you have there! In particular I like the "scratches" across the right eye on one of the models. I also like how individualized they each look. Well done.

  2. Loving the dude with the power claw. Looks strangely bloody :)

  3. I think the red portions are my favorite. There's a bit more red than usual it seems for Space Wolves, but it looks great and really makes them pop.

    Nice work.

    Ron, From the Warp

  4. Thanks guys, It's funny you should say about the red, it was what stood out to me most in the new codex.

    I think it was one of the Lone Wolf models, I just had to modify the scheme a little to change out the yellow for red, yellow will still feature on the Wolfguard and Bloodclaws.

  5. Those wolves look fantastic; the rich red tone you used on them is much more fitting than the yellow everybody uses.

  6. Great looking wolves, I really enjoyed studying these minis. Nice color selection and placement, smooth painting, and "clean" battle damage (i think too many people slop paint on a fig and call it battle damage...I'm not trying to knock it, I just think that what you have going on is much more effective)

  7. Thanks fellas I appreciate it