First things first - I've painted the tracks on my Land Raider Crusader and here is the proof:
I'm still struggling with my photography, especially with the light. At one point I had the blind pulled up on my window, two lights pointing at my models and the room light on and the camera was still telling me I needed the flash!
It's clear I need to get some seriously powerful lights but for now I'll have to struggle on.
I'm really pleased with the finished Terminator squad.
I painted some black around the building ruins on the bases to help them to stand out. I still might go back to them in the future.
I haven't varnished the models yet as I plan to paint some heraldry on the shields.
I've also left space on the fists to add detail later if I want to.
Pretty good for starter models out of the Black Reach boxed set.
Again this model comes from the Black Reach boxed set, but I modified it to carry an assault cannon.
This model painted up very quickly and I'm happy with the finish.
The fluff I'm developing for the Dreadnought is that he was a former Terminator, hence the black powerfist.
You can clearly see my assault cannon conversion in the photo above. What do you think?
I was very happy with the base too. As it's my third Dreadnought it had to be different from the other two which have the standard plastic base.
These are all of the Blood Angels I've painted since August last year.
Of course I have a few more models I already had painted since before the challenge, such as my Predator, Furioso Dreadnought, melt Dreadnought, etc. If I get the chance I might take a photograph with everything together.