Plague Marines commission completed!

Finally, I can share some photos of the commission work done lately!

It came to me in two parts – Dark Imperium Nurgle minis and Renegade Knight + Armiger Helverins. While painting Dark Imperium was really quick and easy – standard miniatures, on a Basic Table-Top level, the Knights detachment was little more challenging 😉

My main assumption when painting for a Basic standard lvl is to make things really quick and easy, as much as I can, but with a good, clean and well-looking finish, at least at the first sight 😉
Citadel Washes and Contrast paints are just perfect for that, and I used them a lot here.

To achieve the certain shade of green, I started with painting Plague Marines’ armour using an airbrush, then painted some details and metallics, and then, almost dipped whole miniature in Agrax Earthshade to create shading and dirt.

The Bligh Drone was painted using the same techniques as the Plague Marines, it just took some more time to paint such big surfaces 😉

Then, the time has come for the horde of Pox Walkers – only 10 of them are in the pictures – It’s half of the amount I’ve painted, rest are just exactly the same 🙂

They are almost 100% Contrast Paints, with the solid coat of Agrax Earthshade at the end to make them fit better with Marines.

As I said Before – the real struggle begun with the big boys. They are not only very big and detailed miniatures, that comes in many, many parts – I also had to customize them a little bit, to fit the Chaos standards better and please the Papa Nurgle. Nonetheless, they are still in Basic lvl painting (and modelling), so nothing so very amazing or unusual here, just some spikes, horns and pimples 😉

Da Biggest Boi n da Hood was in need of the fourth arm, to make the emperors minions evaporate even faster!
So, I had to build one from the scratch, using some modelling putty, bass guitar strings, plastic pipes, and some old bits and rubbish.

Of course, all of his arms are magnetized to make weapon swaps quick and easy!

That’s all for now, but some very cool and exciting projects are in progress, so stay tuned for more, cheers!


Hello everyone! I’m new here, and this is my first post.
It’s great honor and pleasure to show some of my own stuff here, because I used to read this blogspot about 10 years ago, seeking for some of the precious tips and tricks for miniatures painting, as a teenager fascinated in this hobby.

Some time has passed, my skills have developed and my paths crossed with such great painters like Ańa, Mahon, Kacpero and Benathai in Mixed Dimensions Studio, where I had the best opportunity to learn even more. Now, as a part of this excellent Chest of Colors crew I’m going to do my bests to fit it’s standards.

Fjul-Grimnir for Chosen Axes

My first work to show here is not certainly what I’d call “my style”, but it’s the mini I’m really proud of. I usually like grim-dark, gloomy and some more realistic painting (for the glory of dark gods, of course!), I’m also huge True Metallic Metals fan, but I love to try new things and techniques as well.

As Warhammer: Underworlds player I own a lot of beautifully designed individuals from many different Age of Sigmar factions, so when I wanted to practice something new, I decided to choose something different to feel more free from my own routine. This dwarf slayer is really wonderful miniature and gave me great opportunity to play with tanned fleshtones, NMM gold and silver and some bright colours in general.

I’m really satisfied with the effect of this ~12 hours battle that has teached me a lot, and gave me a lot of fun! I also see a lot of things to do better next time 😉

I hope you like it too, you can also find some more of my paintings in my gallery.

Cheers and stay tuned for more!