Thursday, December 5, 2013

Space Marines On Display

Today I would like to introduce you to my latest project that I've been working for the past few months. It is an eBay project created to only sell my painted miniatures from The Space Marines Chapters in 40k universe (including Chaos Space Marines & Grey Knights) for the collectors or gamers. The idea behind this project is to make the space marines by focusing on the artistic beauty (painting, basing and compositing) rather than to actually being used in the game, thus making them much more unique than the standard gaming models.
Every minis in this project has paintwork equally in standard as my competition projects. Some of them are modified or added freehand painting and will be displayed on a plinth or both gaming base and plinth, along with the serial numbers and my signature. Also for each of the minis in this project, I will only make it once and I won't do it again. This is because the space marines have many different minis that I want to do and I want to paint them from as many chapters as much as possible (It's better than do the same thing twice :)

This is the project that have been in my mind for a while because I want to do something that would give me an opportunity to paint the miniatures that I like, and this project will allow me to do just that and continue buying and painting another minis that I want :) Also, I chose to make The Space Marines because they are my most favorite minis . The series have different characters, color schemes and symbols from many chapters; this allows me to do many different minis without getting bored.
In the future, I’m planning to do many marines from many chapters and maybe some characters from Forge World. You will be able to see the updates of every minis in this project on my blog soon, and here are some wip shots of the first minis from Space Marines On Display.

The auction will begin soon :)


  1. Very nice. I have been away from power armour but need to get back to my dark vengeance set!

  2. Looking good what did you make the base from!?

  3. Thank you Zab & Theren for your comments, The base was made from pieces of plaster and real brick debris.