On this page you will find some of the best examples of hobby work from our Facebook Community Page. At the beginning of each show we discuss our Elite Choice of the show. These members of our community are no longer eligible to win that weekly recognition because they have transcended and entered our Hall of Legends! Basically this means they have been picked so often we don't want to keep lavishing praise on them.
So here they are:
Jeremy consistently blows our minds with his creations. He is incredibly talented at creating dioramas for his in-home museum. He has joined us for an interview on the show in the past, and every time he posts something, you can be assured it represents some of the best in the hobby.
All around incredible guy. Often joked about for his "svelt runners body", we have watched Eric's incredible talent grow by leaps and bounds over the last few years. We are beginning to think there is nothing this guy cannot do.
David is an accomplished modeler and painter and his creations often sicken us (in a good way), but they never fail to entertain! David has a particular skill for working with Slaanesh models that cannot be denied.
Colin is a name well known to listeners of The ICs. A member of our gaming group who moved away from the area but continues to push the painting levels of the hobby from afar. He is also responsible for the commission paint job on Carls Thousand Sons and AoS Chaos army.
Dave is one of those commission painters who continues to push out more and more content every day. He is responsible for the infamous 'Chelledar' as well as Carls Tzeentch Demon army. A great guy, one of the most consistent and fast commission painters in our community, and has a specific 'style' of painting that calls out to you.
Tom Taylor Bigghttps://www.instagram.com/sonsofananta/
Tom is a fantastic representative of The ICs Community. Not only has his painting examples grown and been remarkable inspiration for some, his 'Getting to know you' series of posts really helped bring the community together and allowed people to share their thoughts in a constructive way!