If you thought last Friday's video was a little cryptic then you'll be pleased to know that today's video is far less subtle, featuring some very revealing images of what will be coming our way very soon. I think it's time to grab our boltguns and don power armour (I hope they do small sizes...).
Make sure you check back throughout the week because we'll be featuring several more videos over the next few days and, of course, this Saturday coming is the 25th August - the date on the video. Not long to wait now!
Anyway, that's enough about the future, let's talk about today because we've got some superb Daemons to show off.
Many of you will have heard of Byron Orde by now - he's the man that paints to a fantastic standard at a ridiculously fast pace. Some say that he's so fast he can actually finish painting a model before he's even taken it out of the box. Apparently it's got something to do with the passage of time in Warpspace...
Either way, Byron has been hard at work painting up a few of the new Daemon kits including the Seeker Chariot of Slaanesh that you can see above and below, a set of Screamers of Tzeentch and some gribbly, plague-infested Nurglings.
"I've been using a new technique on my models recently that involves multiple undercoats and Shades," says Byron. "Every model is sprayed all over with a Chaos Black undercoat. Then I re-spray the model grey using a Spray Gun, but only from above and across the sides (at a 3 o'clock angle). Finally I spray it a third time from directly above using Ceramite White. From above the model should look mainly white, from below it should look mainly black, with a little bit of grey in the middle."
Byron then sets to work on the base colours of the miniatures, which involves plenty of Shades. The Nurglings above were washed with Biel-Tan Green mixed with Lahmian Medium and a tiny dab of Sotek Green. He then applies a light drybrush of Praxeti White to the top areas of the models before reapplying the Shade mix. Depending on which models he's painting, Byron substitutes out different Shades to get the right effect. The Slaanesh models use purples and pinks, while the Tzeentch ones use purples and blues.
That's enough Daemons for today, but we might show off a few more depending on how many we have sent in to us over the next few days. In the meantime, remember to pop back tomorrow because not only have we got more videos to feature, but we've also got a rather special announcement to make.