I have recently finished a commission for The Fractal Blades Kill Team. Those of you who know me well will be aware that I have an affection for the Thousand Sons and to be able to paint some in my work time was a real pleasure. The five terminators were a great deal of fun and it reminds me that I really should make time to finish off the eighty or so rubric marines and sorcerers I have kicking around the house.
Here they are:
It wouldn’t be a sorcerer without a space cloak now would it?
These lads are off the the US, where they will join Ahriman in the continuing quest for knowledge (and sweets). I am pleased with how they have turned out, and I know the person they are going to is as well.
Good luck Thousand Sons, you’re going to need it!
As most of you know, I have an Ahriman problem. I love painting this miniature in any of his forms, so when a friend of mine lamented the fact that she didn’t have one, I jumped at the opportunity.
Of course, it wouldn’t be Ahriman without a cloak of stars, so I asked her to pick a galaxy she wanted me to attempt and I went with that. I love painting galaxies, I think they are simple to do and effective as well. I finished him today, and after confirmation that the friend loved it, I share him with you:
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Seeing as I am known for my apparent love of Ahriman, and I have been asked about the range of cloaks I have painted him. I decided a post here would be better than an easily lost thread. So, here were are: Ahriman and his many, many cloaks of space.
Ahriman number 1 – this was the one that sparked it all off about eighteen months ago.
This second one is the one I did for the tutorial. I thought that would be it then, but oh how I was wrong…
This version happened during the paint-a-thon I did. 12 hours of non stop painting in order to raise money for luekemia. He now lives on my desk at work.
Ahriman number 4 was his 40K incarnation. I painted a vortex on his cloak and thought I would be done with the miniature. Again, I could not have been more wrong. The next four Ahirman I painted were for the diorama for Golden Demon.
This took a long time to construct, earned me a commended entry and was a lot of fun to build. The Eye of Terror on his cloak was tricky to get right, but I surprised even myself with it.
Ahriman number 9 was a commission from a good friend, who wanted a star being sucked into a black hole on his cloak. So, here he is in all his shiny glory!
Let’s have some images of those cloaks all next to each other.
Other appreciation things I want to share are some of the amazing pictures people have drawn for me and sent in:
Art by TragicFanGirl, https://tragic-fangirl.tumblr.com/ https://amriinthewarp.tumblr.com and https://misterculexus.tumblr.com/
Last, but not least, I have to pop up one of my favourites from Abaddon and Teal: