Work in Progress Photos and Links Provided Below for The Macragge Project Ultramarine Army
Blood & Honor: The Defense of Macragge
July 21, 2014:
Brian Ballard > Three Storm Talons get under way
July 20, 2014:
Marc Raley > Thunderfire Cannon > Marc has been working on a pair of Thunderfire Cannons for the NOCF Macragge project – specifically, the Ultramarine army, “Blood & Honor: Defense of Macragge.” He shares, “The guns are almost complete. Techmarines are base-coated. Here is a quick progress shot from the workbench. More photos to come soon!
July 20, 2014:
John Stiening > Repainting a Dave Taylor Masterpiece > Part I of this special edition add-on for Blood & Honor. Click on the above link to read the full article.
July 16, 2014:
Justin “misterjustin” McCoy > Helloooo, Marneus ~ and his Honour Guard, too! We’re told these awesome models are shipping. We move closer to bringing the entire army together for its first photoshoot!
June 30, 2014:
Chris Dubuque > Jawaballs, Blood Angels > Getting Under Way
June 29, 2014:
Neil Szabo: almost perftec.blogspot > and they have arrived!
June 25, 2014:
Neil Szabo: Check out how awesome they look now that they are finished!
June 18, 2014:
Dave talks about the progress he has made on his Centurions, Ultramarines, and Tyranids.
June 5, 2014:
Celso Mendez: Celso is mostly done with his Tactical Squad, with only basing and details standing between him and completion! Follow finishing touches on Facebook. You can also check out his BLOGSPOT.
June 3, 2014:
Justin “misterjustin” McCoy > Secret Weapon Miniatures > Justin talks about his excitement on working with NOVA on Marneus Calgar & Honor Guard.
May 27, 2014:
Neil Szabo: In the beginning . . .
“I started the process with John’s awesome Ultramarine’s Blue armour and air brushed that on. Then I began to fill in details like faces and eyes first. I like to start with the faces firs as that is where a person’s attention is naturally drawn to on a model anyway. Next I moved on the doing the leather gold and metal. The gold and leather turned out quite well and I’m rather pleased with how simple they were too. The remainder of the details like lenses, ropes and insignia were done next. In the future I’ll be working on the fatigues and cloaks, but first I want to paint up the lovely bases from Mr Justin so that I can decide what color tones to use on the scouts cloaks 😉 The last step will be to revisit the armour for final highlights and weathering.”
May 20, 2014:
John Steining: Imperial Knight Early Photos &Video of Lights in Action (scroll down for video) >
40K Hobby Blog
May 17, 2014:
John Steining: Imperial Knight List Test > 40K Hobby Blog
May 15, 2014:
Chris Dubuque: Presenting the WIP Tour on YouTube > Blood & Honor Part I
Jawaballs talks about his excitement for being a part of the charity army build
April 14, 2014:
John Steining: Ultramarine Painting Tutorial > 40K Hobby Blog