Thursday, 31 December 2015

Happy New Year!

Greetings all, and a belated Happy Holidays from the Send The Eighth! Team. Due to the nature of the respective careers, this time of year is normally very quiet for the us here on the blog. But with the holiday season coming to an end and more importantly another year! I would like to thank our readership for following and supporting us over the last 5 odd years.

Next month we will be back to our regular schedule, Sven will be bringing more of his lovely Kingdom Death photo shoots to the blog, while I will be showcasing commissions completed for Word Forge Games, as well as my brand new Chaos Daemons army. 

So lots of cool stuff from next week!

With that in mind we wish you a Happy and prosperous New Year! See you in 2016!


 With thanks,

The Send Eighth! Blog

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Gallery: Kingdom Death - Frogdog By Sven

 
*WARNING THIS KINGDOM DEATH PIECE IS NSFW!!*
 
Yeah! Finally it’s time for some serious “WTF” and totally “NSFW” again! …I wonder whether my glee upon that topic is something I should be questioning… nah, probably normal (says my cat). Well, back on topic: Today’s model is a result of my favourite creative team. Concept by Adam Poots, artwork by Danny Cruz and sculpted by Allan Carrasco. That team is responsible for two of my absolutely most loved sculpts: The Forge God and the Lion God (which I’m still waiting to be released in resin). So we’re totally in for something truly weird today, the model goes by the rather harmless name of  “Frogdog”, but nothing could be more deceptive.
 

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Gallery: Kingdom Death - Savior and Man-Hunter By Sven

 
Today I have a special installation of my Kingdom Death Gallery for you. I managed to get my hands on a big part of my Kingdom Death collection with the help of my pal DiStudios and he had already started to work on two figures from the Gift of Death-Box when I asked him for the miniatures. The Savior and the Man-Hunter. It was a cool challenge to finish the paintjob of another painter.
 
Let’s begin with the Savior: