CSO Ups the Stakes at GenCon 2009







After B1BFlyer's double-punch 1st and 2nd place award at last year's GenCon, the fires of competition were ignited in his fellow Artists.  This year, four CSO Artists entered the Machines of War category and took 1st, 2nd and 3rd place!






Taking 3rd place was Savage Coyote's 1st Ghost Marauder, featuring beautiful irezumi (Japanese tattoo) artwork and the scales for which the unit is known.   He also received an Honorable Mention in the Privateer Press Grand Master Painting Competition.


Hyena's Anubis, sporting a flashy Fronc Cuirassier scheme, managed to snag 2nd place.


At the head of the pack was Pendragon's silky smooth Capellan March Militia Rifleman!


Dak's Stone's Lament MadCat made the last round of cuts, but did not place.


We look forward to seeing everyone increase the level of competition at next year's GenCon!


Event Report: Scale Model Challenge 2012

The Scale Model Challenge is an annual convention organized by the Scale Model Factory, a hobby club for scale model enthusiasts. In 2012 the event took place on October, 14th in the NH Convention Centre Koningshof in Veldhoven near Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

2011 BattleCorps Painting Competition

2011 BattleCorps Painting Competition

Scenes from the Legends

2011 BattleCorps Painting Competition

Scenes from the Legends

GenCon 2010 Painting Contest Winners

Labors of Love: GenCon 2010 Machines of War painting contest winners

CSO Takes a Look at the New Plastic Thor and Loki

CSO artists review the new plastic Thor and Loki miniatures.

CSO Artist Brings Home GenCon Accolades

CamoSpecs Online is proud to report that our own B1BFlyer received not one, but two awards in the GenCon 2008 Miniatures Painting Competition. When asked about his achievement, B1BFlyer had this to say:

Custom 'Mech <i>Pulverizer</i> Build

Welcome to this behind-the-scenes look at kitbashing the Pulverizer ‘Mech for the CSO Diorama at GenCon Indy 2008. I will start off by saying it was an honour and privilege to be entrusted with the task of bringing an as yet unknown ‘Mech design to life. Thanks go out to Ray and David (along with the other PTB, and Brent Evans) for making it possible.