Saturday, June 27, 2015

Warhammer: Age of Sigmar - Revealed

The Age of Sigmar has been unleashed...

I'm sure that there are many other gamers and hobbyists that have been interested in joining the Fantasy crowd. However, there has always been something that got in the way. For me one of the main reasons I kept sitting on the fence is not being able to transfer the Fantasy stuff into my Imperial Armies due to the square bases. Well that's no longer an issue...

The issue I've had is not knowing what army to collect. First World Problems. Although we don't know too many details regarding this new release. Something that is upsetting the delicate balance of nerd feelings. I'm fairly certain that I'll be throwing my lot in with the Chaos factions. Especially as round bases mean that I can transfer them over to my Chaos Space Marines...

Friday, June 26, 2015

Weekly Finds

Codex: Loot by Tim from The Tau of War - The Mad Max inspired vehicles continue this month with this clever use of Dark Eldar bits to get some awesomely posed combatants.

Lights of Perverted Science by Jeff Vader from The Convertorum - Next time I'm at a Games Workshop store I've gotta get my hands on the wraith miniature... I've seen so many awesome conversions.

Heresy Imperial Fists by Brother Galfridus from the Bolter & Chainsword - Such a vibrant yellow despite all the weathering. Looking forward to seeing this army progress.

Creating Terrain by poom from the Bolter & Chainsword - An approaching to adding some uniqueness to the Realm of Battle boards by Games Workshop. I'm actually a fan of the skull pits. But that isn't for everybody.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Weekly Finds

Something Shiny by Tim from The Tau of War - Bring on the Mad Max inspired trucks and cars...

Knights Banner by Henry from Four Go to War - Great way to add some flavour and movement to an already active miniature. Henry's blog is becoming a regular go to for me.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Weekly Finds

Lost to the Warp...

Friday, June 05, 2015

Weekly Finds

Tutorial Airbrush Faces by Lorenzen from the Bolter & Chainsword - I don't currently utilise the pre-assembly approach... however, painting faces and those hard to reach areas is a pain. There is also an older tutorial on painting faces by Lorenzen which looks at using washes as opposed to an airbrush. And while I'm at it his tutorial for painting Death Guard can be found here. And of course you can see Lorenzen's completed Sigismund miniature here. Because that miniature looks awesome with some hair sculpted ontop.