I had a green eggs and ham moment when painting Kainan's Reapers. I've never been taken by the Ossiarch Bonereapers faction, the models just didn't really appeal to me. But as I was testing an armour colour scheme something definitely clicked and I realised, I do like these models. Not only that, but I would … Continue reading The Slow Grow Project …
Earlier this year I picked up a Warband for Warhammer Underworlds, the Wurmspat. It's a three model warband from the Nurgle faction from Age of Sigmar. They remained unpainted, which is not all that remarkable for my models, but in the past week I took paintbrush in hand and painted them up. For me, I … Continue reading Something Wicked this way comes
Nostalgia hit me pretty hard this week when I opened a package to find 6 miniatures, Dwarf troll slayers, which I had owned when I was playing Warhammer Fantasy Battle as a young boy. The models were found by a friend of mine who was part of the gaming group at the time. When I … Continue reading Lessons from before
An interesting question popped up on the facebook group from a player looking to start playing Aeronautica Imperialis: what campaign setting should they go for based on factions and also the different missions available? The player wanted to collect Orks and Imperial Navy, so the obvious answer was to go for Rynn's World Air War … Continue reading Aeronautica Imperialis – Choosing a campaign
This is an update on how my Fyreslayers warband worked out for Warcry. I should disclose this is now the start of my Age of Sigmar Fyreslayers army (1,000 points) which I will continue working on over the coming months. Back to Warcry and my Fyreslayers ... All in all I'm really happy with these. … Continue reading Warcry: Fyreslayers march to the Eightpoints
Time to get some Fyreslayers painted as we enter another few weeks of lockdown. Update: Results of my efforts can be viewed here. As we enter into lockdown, a few of us have decided to focus on a project to help us better manage the whole lockdown experience. A simple enough challenge is to paint … Continue reading Lockdown 2: Painting Fyreslayers
We played our first game of Warhammer 40,000 9th edition, it was a bloody affair. The latest edition of 40k includes a campaign system called 'Crusade' which has you take a few units in a small force and over the course of a number of encounters they gain combat experience and develop skills. It's very … Continue reading Enemy sighted, to battle!
Warhammer 40,000 and the Indomitus Crusade. For Warhammer 9th Edition I am working on a Blood Angels army, which is building upon a hobby project I had over the Coronavirus lockdown where I painted a group of Blood Angel veterans for the game Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team. Here is a gallery of images for the … Continue reading We are going on Crusade..