I'm sure you all saw the Beastmen Great Bray-Shaman go on advance order at the weekend, but did you see the spinning version on the product page? If not, then this is the perfect way to see the miniature from all angles. His cape is particularly detailed - both inside and outside - and you can even see the stitching on his leather vambrace. Don't forget that many of our other miniatures also have a 360 degree picture - why not check them out in the product pages.
This Doombull was painted and converted by Dave P (who has a short, but to-the-point surname) for a painting competition in his local store. "The shoulder armour and leather straps were sculpted from Green Stuff and the horns have been converted to make them even more imposing," says Dave. "With the colour scheme, I wanted to play around with warm and cool colours a little. Subtle blues and greens are mixed in to the horns and skulls, along with the verdigris on the armour and axes, which was achieved with heavily watered-down Sotek Green. The warm browns and reds come through on the skin and fur."
The red skin certainly adds a lot of colour to Angel's Beastmen, which could otherwise be quite dark given all the black fur, gnarled wood and worn metal all over them. He added further colour to the models by giving them light-coloured bases dotted with patches of Mordheim Turf and khaki-coloured banners daubed with hand-painted symbols of Chaos.
And to round things off, Turskan Perkeet sent us a picture of his Ghorgon. The model was an experiment in using different Shades over a Skull White undercoat to build up layers of colour - we think the model came out very well. The Ghorgon kit has plenty of spare parts in it, many of which Turskan used to decorate the base. Turskan was keen to point out that the Snotling sneaking along on the base is called Jön, who may well be named after a close friend or gaming rival.
One of the highlights of my day is looking through all the new pictures that we've received - there's nothing quite like starting the day with a mug of coffee and a cornucopia of models to look at. If you've got a collection of beautifully painted miniatures that you would like to share with us, then why not send us an email with a few pictures of them. Simply click on the red button on the right of this page with 'send us your photos' written on it and send away. Don't forget to write a bit about your models too, such as how you painted them, what conversions you've done (if any) and how you use them in your games. We look forward to seeing what you send in.