It was a bit rushed towards the end, which you can see in the freehand on the bike handlebar guard and the headlight grill. Overall I am really pleased with the outcome. The posing looks interesting and compact (unlike my last entry) and the colour scheme made him stand out in the display cabinet (thanks to everyone for their advice on the colour scheme). In future I need to think more about the viewing angle because this model looks more interesting from one side but all the freehand detail is on the other.
To see more about the WIP on this chap click on these links.
Painting competition: Scout biker WIP.
Painting competition: Possible chapters for scout ...
Painting Competition: Scout biker base.
Painting competition: Scout biker WIP
In last minute news I finally won this month! Bit strange as this was the model that felt a little bit unfinished to me but hey ho. This means that I get to pick the next months model. I've gone for the WFB Nurgle Lord. (picture from GW)
I chose this for a couple of reasons: Firstly it is a very nice model and we haven't done anything with lots of skin yet. Secondly it fits with this months Warriors of Chaos release. Thirdly we've been seeing lots of conversions using this guy in Blanchitsu so people should have some crazy conversion ideas. What do people think? What would you do with him?
As always please feel free to leave any comments or questions below.