Welcome back, Robots! Last time, we tackled the vast preponderance of the Prime Axiom’s surface area: the silver. This time, we’ll be talking about some finishing touches!In the interest of space, I’m not going to cover how I paint the golds, as I’ve already done this here–I’ve been really happy with the results this method achieves, so no […]
Greeting fellow robots, today we’re going to look at how to go about painting about 90% of the Prime Axiom. I want to start of by apologizing: I dropped the ball on the photo-taking for this article, and some of the steps are missing photos, so I’ll need you guys to bear with me and […]
Today we’re going to take a quick look at the amazing new colossal for the Convergence of Cyriss: The Prime Axiom!
Let’s talk a little bit about one of the oft-overlooked parts of our hobby: basing. In my Painting Heavy Vectors article, I showed you some of my finished Convergence models on what I’ve been calling my “Cormac McCarthy”-themed bases, aiming for sort of a grim, ash-y apocalypse feel: here’s how I did them! Basing’s probably […]
If you saw my last post and suffered through the monotony of cleaning and magnetizing your heavy vector models, welcome to flavor country, friends: The Vectors are pretty fun, and pretty simple to paint! It’s been about a month since The Convergence’s official release, and I’m starting to feel pretty confident in my painting techniques […]
When I picked up the brand-spanking-new Convergence Battlebox and Heavy Vector kits, I knew the first step was going to be magnetizing them to make sure I could get the most bang for my buck. I’m a college student, and that means that money is an issue, especially in an expensive hobby like wargaming. The […]
“When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.” I’ll admit I rolled my eyes when I heard Privateer was discussing a new faction in the keynote speech at Templecon 2013. Given my skepticism I can’t fully […]