This is the last of the recent bundle of Space Wolves figures and vehicles that I recently painted, and it was a nightmare to do as it required assembling and painting in pieces before the final weathering and varnishing effects could be done.
These are some Space Wolves Characters and Predator Tank that I finished painting recently and sent away to their new owner.
I have recently finished painting these and sent them off to one very happy customer today. The dreadnought was a little tricky at times to construct and paint as it had to be done as separate pieces, but the wolves were an absolute delight to construct and paint.
These are some pics of an Attack Bike with modifications to make it more Space Wolf-like, some Blood Claws and some Grey Hunters that I finished recently.
This is a model of a Space Marine Landspeeder I recently finished converted to the Space Wolves chapter with some spares bits and pieces from the Space Wolves infantry box set. Building and converting it was simple enough and so too was the painting, although the crew upper bodies had to to painted separately and attached later. Deciding upon the base treatment was the fun part, I wanted the Landspeeder to look like it was skimming over a rocky outcrop and the rocks, which are real, also helped make the model balance better with their extra weight.
This is the final batch of Space Wolves for the present time. I am working on a few more projects that are Space Marine and even Space Wolf related but nothing to put on the blog page for a while at least. I have enjoyed painting this lot, except for the transfers, they were a real pain as they had to be cut to make them fit over the very curved shoulder pads.
Ragnar and his beloved Wolf Guard, ready for action.
More Space Wolves, this time being Terminators. These figures are really excellent to build up and just as good to paint and again I really enjoyed painting them. The Leader is a beast of a figure with loads of character. They are much bigger than the earlier metal and plastic terminators that were released many years ago.
Some Long Fangs I finished recently. I really do like the models and relatively easy to assemble, although painting them was a little tricky with the weapons all glued in place.
Dreadnought, Space Wolves style. I had loads of fun painting this and it is a lovely model, unfortunately it isn't mine so I don't get to keep him.
Something that I have not painted in a long while and to be perfectly honest failed to recall just how much work is involved on getting them to look right. Having said that it was interesting and enjoyable painting and basing these figures and here are the first few pics of the Chaplain and scouts. There are more to follow including Blood Claws, Wolf Guard, Wolf Guard Terminators, Long Fangs, Grey Hunters, Ragnar Blackmane and a Dreadnought.
Stephen Wylde BA (hons)