My tyranids

Firstly if you want to know more about me you can go over to my channel and read up my bio.

First up a shot of my army in my room.

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Most of my models will need their carapace repainted, and it will be a nightmare

A shot of my work station.
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My WIP warriors
I don't know about you guys, but I paint first then assemble, makes things a lot easier. And yes its quite sloppy but it will get covered up nicely in the end.
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Warriors are done with new carapace design
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Some close up pictures of my magnetized carnifex.
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All the parts

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Here are some pictures of some of my older works

A Hormagaunt from my first battleforce I bought about a year ago.
A time when I didn't know how to clean models, how to dry brush, how to wash yeah...
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Here is a Devgaunt I painted about 4 months ago, now knowing how to dry brush, cleaning the models, but it was before I knew how to do a wash oddly enough. This was the brood that I painted when I discovered how to dry brush.
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And here was a marine I painted when I was like 11 years old.
Like my technique?
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Here are some pictures of what I think are my best painted models.

Warrior painted about 3 months ago, magnetized lower arms, so I can switch for either a Barbed Strangler or Death Spitters. (I got lazy and didn't bother doing it for Devourers)
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And finally my favorite my tyrant guard.
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Lower lighting to see the carapace details
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And why is it my favorite?
Because they are the most fun to paint, the smooth carapace is very satisfying to work with, the raised areas are raised just high enough so that you can dry brush without problems, and hell they are just easy to paint.

Alright, hope you enjoyed these pictures because it wasn't my camera so it might be a while before I post pictures. Well I don't really know what else to photo anyway, unless I greatly improve my painting skills to warrant an update.

Until then comment, rate and if you have any questions on how I did some stuff feel free to send me a message with the mailing system.

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boomer2013 (Over a year ago): - delete
weird color scheme
eman50 (Over a year ago): - delete
that looks really cool! I like the light carapace/ pale skin scheme. contrasts with what's usually seen out there.
almen3 (Over a year ago): - delete
nice job with the detail
Fallen-Brother (Over a year ago): - delete
lol those marines are so dusty.
Guess u dont care about them as much as the nids.

Bet those marines feel very un loved and lonely in the box uder ur bed
andel7 (Over a year ago): - delete
nice painting
Exacuter-of-chaos (Over a year ago): - delete
wow they look awsome and in good number to
hjalti (Over a year ago): - delete
good job i admire your work but you got to say that those marines are (and im sorry for saying this) crap
Nightbringer18 (Over a year ago): - delete
This is the first time I have heard of anyone else using that tactic. I use it for my Necrons because otherwise it is almost imposible to get every nook and crany. I give you're tyranids a 14 out of 5.
Captainsicerious (Over a year ago): - delete
tyranidhordemasta (Over a year ago): - delete
wow the marines are screwed!
quigonnjon (Over a year ago): - delete
xandsr (Over a year ago): - delete
how much basing sand did u use? (on the whole army)
Darkdragon (Over a year ago): - delete
Jippie finally, hmmmm lets see, holysnackback this is realy nice, like the colorsceme too. You improved a lot! Cheers Keep it up! 5/5
trevinc (Over a year ago): - delete
Awesome job!!!!!
Bloodtyrant (Over a year ago): - delete
Yeah, that's dust alright been just sitting around for about 10 years, and moved there about a year ago watching the tyranid swarm grow.
And yes, that is a gundam, 1/144 scale meteor for those that know.
Chef40k (Over a year ago): - delete
I'm assuming it's dust because he said he painted 'em about 10 years ago. Also the way his amazing tyranids look, I doubt those old sapce marines have been used much.
shiproo (Over a year ago): - delete
mad i love the paint job dud
Yoyomansizzle (Over a year ago): - delete
lol i just noticed a gundam in the first picture
firekid618 (Over a year ago): - delete
im not sure its dust i think it just light lol nice work
Chef40k (Over a year ago): - delete
Ahhaha that vindicator is soooo dusty
Bloodtyrant (Over a year ago): - delete
Thanks for your positive comments. All I can really say is that the ratings speak for themselves.
Yoyomansizzle (Over a year ago): - delete
lol those 10 year old marines are gonna get owned.
Suntzu13 (Over a year ago): - delete
you know those space marines are in needed of a change of pants
locbot (Over a year ago): - delete
that pic of the Devnaught is light the most amazing photo i have ever seen taken AWSOME 5/5
General-Ice (Over a year ago): - delete
tyranids look gd nice colour scheme too.
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Added: April 15, 2009
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About time I got my hands on a digital camera, so I took some good pics of my army.

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