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First Genestealer Cult Metamorph done, with some Chaos Terminators

So, work has finally started on me doing some Genestealer hybrids, having bought three of the Acolyte Hybrid/ Metamorph boxes, having been waylaid by other projects. I suppose one potential complication is the fact that the main Genestealer colours I am using are not blue and purple but red and green but I wanted them to be different. (I suppose it may also be true that the first model of a particular type may be the most difficult one to do, then it gets easier after that).
Here is the first of the hybrid models done - a Metamorph Hybrid leader with lashwhip & bonesword.

Next, A couple of other ongoing projects have involved doing some Chaos Terminators, in the form of a Sorcerer Lord of Nurgle in Death Guard colours and the first of the Scarab Occult Terminators for the Thousand Sons (in 15th Legion colours). I ended up doing a different spot colour for these guys (blue instead of green), just for them to be a little different.

Next in line will probably be some heavy weapon CSM…

Some Chaos and some Soviets

Here are some models from a couple of CSM projects (Project N and Project T), a Nurgle Terminator lord with combi-melta & chainfist (in almost 14th legion colours) and a unit of Tzeentchian Rubricae (in 15th legion colours), as I decided that some of my CSM's would take on a 30k-influenced theme (apart from the Khornate ones). For the Thousand Sons, the next unit that is getting done is of Scarab Occult Terminators, followed by some Nurgle terminators.

The other project that I have done my first few models for is Project S - A Soviet force for Bolt Action which will progress gradually up to 750-1,000 points. The starter point for this was a 40-man box of Soviet infantry, which will get added to when they are all built and painted and it took a little while to research which paints in GW's range would be as close as possible to what the illustrations on the box suggest. The painted models on the box showed some variation in the colours of uniform, however and I will probabl…