Posts Tagged ‘Eldar’

5 Things I Hate/Love About Eldar, 8th Edition

Posted on December 10th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

Discordian here again, this time with my love and hate relationship with Alderannians… Ailerons…. screw it, Eldar in 8th edition thus far!Here is the Love1. Craftworlds being a thingI’ve been playing long enough to remember that Craftworlds us…

Gav Thorpe – Newsletter

Posted on November 23rd, 2017 under , , , , , , , , . Posted by

A newsletter courtesy of the author Gav Thorpe…

Fantasy Artwork from Gav's Website
  • Hello!
  • Frostgrave: Tales of the Lost Isles
  • Reddit AMA – Squats!
  • The Rise of Ynnead
  • Kickstarter – Tripods and Triplanes
  • Blog Round-Up
  • Upcoming Events
  • Submissions Alert – StarShipSofa
  • Hard Drive Hot List (or, My Current Projects)
  • Bi-Monthly Competition Winner
Gav drinking a cup of tea

Hello!

One of the best things about working for the Games Workshop Design Studio, aside from playing games being part of my day job, was being around such a diverse and creative team who could inspire with their ideas, visions, and enthusiasm.
Writing however is a lonely business.  Don’t get me wrong – I’m not complaining, the solitary nature of being a freelance writer is one of the reasons I love what I do, but nonetheless, it is a lonely business. Which is why events like the Black Library Weekender, which took place last weekend, are a welcome ‘actual-real-life-people’ link back to the work I do.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar Logo
Josh Reynolds, David Guymer, David Annandale and Clint Werner have all been bringing Age of Sigmar to life, so it was great to have the opportunity to talk to them in person and share ideas about how we can feed off each other’s stories and world-building to help the fiction feel coherent in the same way that 40K stories and novels are (I’ll be writing my second Age of Sigmar novel next year).
There were many such conversations with the other authors this weekend, squeezed into quick conversations between signings, panels, and pints of beer.
It’s that sparking of ideas that really re-charges my creative batteries when I go to these sorts of events, and chatting with fans that tops up my enthusiasm levels.
Now I’m all fired up to write about Age of Sigmar, Harlequins, Last Chancers and lots more stuff that I’ll probably never get to fit into my schedule. It’s the same when I’ve been to a gaming convention – when I get home I just want to work on Big Stompy Robots or one of the many other games I have half-cooked. Not to mention genre events such as Nine Worlds and EdgeLit which leave me wanting to write more  original fiction.
Too many ideas, and not enough time – not a bad place to be really.
Gav

Frostgrave – Tales of the Lost Isles

Frostgrave Ghost Archipelago Tales of the Lost Isles with Gav Thorpe
Earlier this year I was invited to contribute to an anthology of stories set in the new Frostgrave Ghost Archipelago.
I’ve always liked the look of Frostgrave, the miniatures are characterful and the gaming tables I’ve seen at events really stand out, so of course I said yes.
Tales of the Lost Isles is now available to buy and includes stories from Ben Counter, Mark Latham and Matthew Ward amongst others.
“The Ghost Archipelago has returned. A vast island chain, covered in the ruins of ancient and otherworldly civilizations, the Archipelago appears every few centuries, far out in the southern ocean. At such times, pirates, adventurers, wizards, and legendary heroes all descend upon the islands in the hopes of finding lost treasures and powerful artefacts.”
My short story – The Journal – follows the adventure of Marianne Amontill, a magic-gifted Heritor questing with a ragtag band using her ancestor’s journal as a guide. If the terrain and denizens of the Ghost Archipelago were not obstacles enough, the pursuit of the relentless Amanuel adds extra peril to her mission.

Reddit AMA

In case you missed it, I did an ‘Ask Me Anything’ on r/warhammer earlier this month.  I was a bit worried about it being mostly tumbleweed, but there were so many questions I only got to answer about half of them.
bjornbjornsen asked: I’d be interested to know what your reaction was to the small but loyal Squat fanbase that still exists out there? Converting AoS models to use in 40k, keeping the old lead model circulating on the second hand market, etc.
Reddit Logo
I think it’s very Squattish. Resilient, you might say. I notice this with other fandoms – Sisters players are very devout in their attention to their army, Dark Angels players love arguing amongst themselves about the Fallen, and orks players… Well, they’re just here for the dakka.
If you want to ask a question, just reply to the newsletter and I’ll get back to you as soon as my schedule allows.  Click the button below for the full AMA.

The Rise of Ynnead

With the release of Ghost Warrior, I wrote a blog about how ideas can lay dormant within 40K for many years, before bearing fruit in unexpected ways.
Yncarne Model
“One of the early lessons in background-writing was that a mystery is worth ten facts when it comes to describing the Warhammer 40,000 universe. The lore has always been intended as small spotlights in the darkness, illuminating just a tiny portion of the shadowed whole. The parts we show serve to hint at what lies in the gloom beyond, perhaps even guide players and readers and painters into their own explorations, but never fully reveal the workings of the universe.”

Kickstarter – Tripods and Triplanes

This game caught my eye because it’s from Ares Games, the people behind Sails of Glory, which I backed on Kickstarter and have really enjoyed playing.  The Kickstarter is launching on 28th November.
“The new stand-alone game, fully compatible with WW1 Wings of Glory, will merge the Martian invasion described by H.G. Wells in his novel “War of the Worlds” with the historical background of the Great War.”
Tripods and Triplanes Artwork

Blog Round-Up

The cover for Ghost Warrior is one of my favourites, so I was really pleased that artist Anna Lakisova took the time to answer my questions in this blog.
You can also listen to an interview with Combat Phase about Lorgar: Bearer of the Word.

! Submissions Alert !

StarShipSofa is a long running science-fiction podcast that is currently looking for stories up to 10,000 words.
StarShipSofa Logo
“What We’re Looking For
In a word: science-fiction. From the soft, social science fiction to the weird pulpy stuff to the vigorous hard SF and YA adventure. We welcome all sub-genres and all variety of punks in all their colours. From high-octane action to quiet philosophical stories, we’re after it all.Science fiction is a rich and diverse genre, push it’s boundaries as far as you can go.”
There’s no closing date advertised, so you’ll need to submit as soon as possible.
Envelope with "Top Secret" stamped on it
One of the most common questions I get asked is “What are you working on?”, so here’s my (sorry, sometimes cryptic) list of works in progress, plus future releases.

Hard Drive Hot List

 Bi-Monthly Competition Winner

All subscribers to my mailing list are entered into the bi-monthly draw to win a personalised, signed copy of one of my books. This month’s winner is Jamie McKendry from Australia who will receive a signed copy of my audio drama Heirs of the Laughing God: A Deadly Wit. The next winner will be picked in January, and will receive a signed copy of The Sundering, which is being re-released as part of the Warhammer Chronicles series.
Cover of Ghost Warrior by Gav Thorpe
Cover of Lorgar by Gav Thorpe
Cover of Conquest of the Nu World by Gav Thorpe

Gav Thorpe – Newsletter

Posted on November 23rd, 2017 under , , , , , , , , . Posted by

A newsletter courtesy of the author Gav Thorpe…

Fantasy Artwork from Gav's Website
  • Hello!
  • Frostgrave: Tales of the Lost Isles
  • Reddit AMA – Squats!
  • The Rise of Ynnead
  • Kickstarter – Tripods and Triplanes
  • Blog Round-Up
  • Upcoming Events
  • Submissions Alert – StarShipSofa
  • Hard Drive Hot List (or, My Current Projects)
  • Bi-Monthly Competition Winner
Gav drinking a cup of tea

Hello!

One of the best things about working for the Games Workshop Design Studio, aside from playing games being part of my day job, was being around such a diverse and creative team who could inspire with their ideas, visions, and enthusiasm.
Writing however is a lonely business.  Don’t get me wrong – I’m not complaining, the solitary nature of being a freelance writer is one of the reasons I love what I do, but nonetheless, it is a lonely business. Which is why events like the Black Library Weekender, which took place last weekend, are a welcome ‘actual-real-life-people’ link back to the work I do.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar Logo
Josh Reynolds, David Guymer, David Annandale and Clint Werner have all been bringing Age of Sigmar to life, so it was great to have the opportunity to talk to them in person and share ideas about how we can feed off each other’s stories and world-building to help the fiction feel coherent in the same way that 40K stories and novels are (I’ll be writing my second Age of Sigmar novel next year).
There were many such conversations with the other authors this weekend, squeezed into quick conversations between signings, panels, and pints of beer.
It’s that sparking of ideas that really re-charges my creative batteries when I go to these sorts of events, and chatting with fans that tops up my enthusiasm levels.
Now I’m all fired up to write about Age of Sigmar, Harlequins, Last Chancers and lots more stuff that I’ll probably never get to fit into my schedule. It’s the same when I’ve been to a gaming convention – when I get home I just want to work on Big Stompy Robots or one of the many other games I have half-cooked. Not to mention genre events such as Nine Worlds and EdgeLit which leave me wanting to write more  original fiction.
Too many ideas, and not enough time – not a bad place to be really.
Gav

Frostgrave – Tales of the Lost Isles

Frostgrave Ghost Archipelago Tales of the Lost Isles with Gav Thorpe
Earlier this year I was invited to contribute to an anthology of stories set in the new Frostgrave Ghost Archipelago.
I’ve always liked the look of Frostgrave, the miniatures are characterful and the gaming tables I’ve seen at events really stand out, so of course I said yes.
Tales of the Lost Isles is now available to buy and includes stories from Ben Counter, Mark Latham and Matthew Ward amongst others.
“The Ghost Archipelago has returned. A vast island chain, covered in the ruins of ancient and otherworldly civilizations, the Archipelago appears every few centuries, far out in the southern ocean. At such times, pirates, adventurers, wizards, and legendary heroes all descend upon the islands in the hopes of finding lost treasures and powerful artefacts.”
My short story – The Journal – follows the adventure of Marianne Amontill, a magic-gifted Heritor questing with a ragtag band using her ancestor’s journal as a guide. If the terrain and denizens of the Ghost Archipelago were not obstacles enough, the pursuit of the relentless Amanuel adds extra peril to her mission.

Reddit AMA

In case you missed it, I did an ‘Ask Me Anything’ on r/warhammer earlier this month.  I was a bit worried about it being mostly tumbleweed, but there were so many questions I only got to answer about half of them.
bjornbjornsen asked: I’d be interested to know what your reaction was to the small but loyal Squat fanbase that still exists out there? Converting AoS models to use in 40k, keeping the old lead model circulating on the second hand market, etc.
Reddit Logo
I think it’s very Squattish. Resilient, you might say. I notice this with other fandoms – Sisters players are very devout in their attention to their army, Dark Angels players love arguing amongst themselves about the Fallen, and orks players… Well, they’re just here for the dakka.
If you want to ask a question, just reply to the newsletter and I’ll get back to you as soon as my schedule allows.  Click the button below for the full AMA.

The Rise of Ynnead

With the release of Ghost Warrior, I wrote a blog about how ideas can lay dormant within 40K for many years, before bearing fruit in unexpected ways.
Yncarne Model
“One of the early lessons in background-writing was that a mystery is worth ten facts when it comes to describing the Warhammer 40,000 universe. The lore has always been intended as small spotlights in the darkness, illuminating just a tiny portion of the shadowed whole. The parts we show serve to hint at what lies in the gloom beyond, perhaps even guide players and readers and painters into their own explorations, but never fully reveal the workings of the universe.”

Kickstarter – Tripods and Triplanes

This game caught my eye because it’s from Ares Games, the people behind Sails of Glory, which I backed on Kickstarter and have really enjoyed playing.  The Kickstarter is launching on 28th November.
“The new stand-alone game, fully compatible with WW1 Wings of Glory, will merge the Martian invasion described by H.G. Wells in his novel “War of the Worlds” with the historical background of the Great War.”
Tripods and Triplanes Artwork

Blog Round-Up

The cover for Ghost Warrior is one of my favourites, so I was really pleased that artist Anna Lakisova took the time to answer my questions in this blog.
You can also listen to an interview with Combat Phase about Lorgar: Bearer of the Word.

! Submissions Alert !

StarShipSofa is a long running science-fiction podcast that is currently looking for stories up to 10,000 words.
StarShipSofa Logo
“What We’re Looking For
In a word: science-fiction. From the soft, social science fiction to the weird pulpy stuff to the vigorous hard SF and YA adventure. We welcome all sub-genres and all variety of punks in all their colours. From high-octane action to quiet philosophical stories, we’re after it all.Science fiction is a rich and diverse genre, push it’s boundaries as far as you can go.”
There’s no closing date advertised, so you’ll need to submit as soon as possible.
Envelope with "Top Secret" stamped on it
One of the most common questions I get asked is “What are you working on?”, so here’s my (sorry, sometimes cryptic) list of works in progress, plus future releases.

Hard Drive Hot List

 Bi-Monthly Competition Winner

All subscribers to my mailing list are entered into the bi-monthly draw to win a personalised, signed copy of one of my books. This month’s winner is Jamie McKendry from Australia who will receive a signed copy of my audio drama Heirs of the Laughing God: A Deadly Wit. The next winner will be picked in January, and will receive a signed copy of The Sundering, which is being re-released as part of the Warhammer Chronicles series.
Cover of Ghost Warrior by Gav Thorpe
Cover of Lorgar by Gav Thorpe
Cover of Conquest of the Nu World by Gav Thorpe

The Return of Bigger Sci-fi Elf Spirit Zombies

Posted on November 22nd, 2017 under , . Posted by

It’s been slow going due to some 1:1 scale projects, but I’ve made progress on the Wraithlords. Five are done, I’ve got another seven to do the orange highlights on and they’ll be good as well.

W40k – Triumvirate of Ynnead – family photo

Posted on November 19th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Triumvirate together 🙂 Short summary of project!  I would like to show you (with big pleasure) whole Triumvirate of Ynnead. I spent a lot of time on this project… I hope you enjoy miniatures! Links to single galleries: Yvraine Visarch Yncarne

W40k – Triumvirate of Ynnead – Yncarne

Posted on November 17th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Last heroes from Triumvirate of Ynnead! If you saw my previous posts with Yvraine and Visarch you know that I REALLY like triumvirate box. Amazing sculpts, minis full of details and dark atmosphere. Lovely! Painting process took me “a few” hours but it was worth of it. Yncarne is the biggest among three heroes and[…]

W40k – Triumvirate of Ynnead – Yvraine

Posted on November 13th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Triumvirate of Ynnead – stunning box with three Eldar (Aeldari?) heroes. A few months ago you saw Visarch and today I`d like to show you Yvraine. Sometimes it`s good to sit with brush and paint miniatures you love in 100%. All three triumvirate boxes are absolutely awesome and soon you`ll see Belisarius and Guilliman too.[…]

8th Edition Codex Eldar Review: Units, Craftworld Traits, Psychic Disciplines and Sundry

Posted on November 10th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Part Two of Variance Hammer’s review of Codex: Craftworlds (part one here). Here we’re going to cover the meat of the codex. I had originally intended to talk about this in […]

Battle Report – Battlefleet: Gothic – Throwback Thursdays Ep 117

Posted on November 9th, 2017 under , , , , , , , . Posted by

  The Eldar plumb the many strands of fate to determine the best outcome for their race. Sometimes, a single being must die to protect thousands. The nameless Legion hold port over an unsuspecting Imperial World and become its only defense against a ‘Surprise Attack’ by the Eldar! Advertisements

Black Library – Newsletter

Posted on November 4th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

New paperbacks from the Black Library…
——————–

New paperbacks – and a 2018 calendar! View in web browser
 

Coming Soon
New Titles
Series
Authors
Black Library Calendar
Black Library Calendar 2018
Mark the passing of the months next year with 12 fantastic, action-packed images from Black Library covers.

It’s the perfect place to mark the new releases you absolutely don’t want to miss, or to keep track of the books you’ve read.

Only from blacklibrary.com
Order Now
 
Eye of Medusa
The Eye of Medusa
David Guymer
When the Adeptus Mechanicus world of Thennos falls into insurrection, the Iron Hands bring retribution upon the traitors. But the taint on the world threatens to destroy the purity of the machine and introduce something dark to the Iron Hands’ universe…

Themes of the duality between machine and man are at the heart of the Iron Hands, and David Guymer uses a world of the Adeptus Mechanicus that has fallen into heresy as the catalyst for exploring that fascinating battle for the soul of the Chapter.

Now in paperback!
Order Now
Also available as an eBook
  iBooks Kindle  
 
Jain Zar
Jain Zar: The Storm of Silence
Gav Thorpe
Jain Zar, the first of the Howling Banshees, travels to Craftworld Ulthwé to help avert disaster – but Eldrad Ulthran opposes her plans. What path will guide the aeldari towards victory: the way of the seer, or the way of war?

It’s rare to see disagreement between Craftworld aeldari on the right way to proceed, and when one of those involved is the legendary Jain Zar, things are sure to get ugly… and entertaining.

Now in paperback!
Order Now
Also available as an eBook
  iBooks Kindle  
 
Black Library Weekender
In just two weeks, the ultimate celebration of all things Black Library will be here, and tickets are selling fast.

This week on Warhammer Community we revealed the full line-up of pre-release books that you can buy at the event – along with a half hour interview with Dan Abnett about ‘The Warmaster’, which will be making its debut at the event.

Check out the article and pick up your ticket to hear more from Dan, and a host of other authors, and get your hands on all sorts of fantastic books.

Find Out More
Buy Ticket
 
Coming Soon
Coming Soon from Black Library
Check out the latest titles to be revealed, and see what you’ll be reading in the next few months – the perfect way to whet your appetite for forthcoming releases!
View the Range
QUESTIONS?   GET IN TOUCH
© Copyright Games Workshop Limited 2017. GW, Games Workshop, Black Library, The Horus Heresy, Space Marine, 40K, Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, Age of Sigmar, Stormcast Eternal and all associated logos, illustrations, images, names, creatures, races, vehicles, locations, weapons, characters, and the distinctive likenesses thereof, are either ® or TM, and/or © Games Workshop Limited, variably registered around the world. All Rights Reserved. 

Black Library – Newsletter

Posted on November 4th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

New paperbacks from the Black Library…
——————–

New paperbacks – and a 2018 calendar! View in web browser
 

Coming Soon
New Titles
Series
Authors
Black Library Calendar
Black Library Calendar 2018
Mark the passing of the months next year with 12 fantastic, action-packed images from Black Library covers.

It’s the perfect place to mark the new releases you absolutely don’t want to miss, or to keep track of the books you’ve read.

Only from blacklibrary.com
Order Now
 
Eye of Medusa
The Eye of Medusa
David Guymer
When the Adeptus Mechanicus world of Thennos falls into insurrection, the Iron Hands bring retribution upon the traitors. But the taint on the world threatens to destroy the purity of the machine and introduce something dark to the Iron Hands’ universe…

Themes of the duality between machine and man are at the heart of the Iron Hands, and David Guymer uses a world of the Adeptus Mechanicus that has fallen into heresy as the catalyst for exploring that fascinating battle for the soul of the Chapter.

Now in paperback!
Order Now
Also available as an eBook
  iBooks Kindle  
 
Jain Zar
Jain Zar: The Storm of Silence
Gav Thorpe
Jain Zar, the first of the Howling Banshees, travels to Craftworld Ulthwé to help avert disaster – but Eldrad Ulthran opposes her plans. What path will guide the aeldari towards victory: the way of the seer, or the way of war?

It’s rare to see disagreement between Craftworld aeldari on the right way to proceed, and when one of those involved is the legendary Jain Zar, things are sure to get ugly… and entertaining.

Now in paperback!
Order Now
Also available as an eBook
  iBooks Kindle  
 
Black Library Weekender
In just two weeks, the ultimate celebration of all things Black Library will be here, and tickets are selling fast.

This week on Warhammer Community we revealed the full line-up of pre-release books that you can buy at the event – along with a half hour interview with Dan Abnett about ‘The Warmaster’, which will be making its debut at the event.

Check out the article and pick up your ticket to hear more from Dan, and a host of other authors, and get your hands on all sorts of fantastic books.

Find Out More
Buy Ticket
 
Coming Soon
Coming Soon from Black Library
Check out the latest titles to be revealed, and see what you’ll be reading in the next few months – the perfect way to whet your appetite for forthcoming releases!
View the Range
QUESTIONS?   GET IN TOUCH
© Copyright Games Workshop Limited 2017. GW, Games Workshop, Black Library, The Horus Heresy, Space Marine, 40K, Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, Age of Sigmar, Stormcast Eternal and all associated logos, illustrations, images, names, creatures, races, vehicles, locations, weapons, characters, and the distinctive likenesses thereof, are either ® or TM, and/or © Games Workshop Limited, variably registered around the world. All Rights Reserved. 

The 8th Edition Codex Eldar Review: Fluff, Aesthetics, and all that Jazz

Posted on November 2nd, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Here we are once again my friends. A new edition, a new Eldar codex, and another review of it. This will be coming out in parts, not necessarily because it’s […]

Life in 2 colours – a painting exercise

Posted on October 28th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

And now for something completely different and a little unexpected, here’s a little painting exercise ! I’ve decided to take part in a little online painting challenge a couple of weeks ago. The rules were pretty simple : the only pots available had to be black, white, turquoise and orange !
Working with a limited palette should be OK, I’m used to it I thought… And then reality struck me in the face…
If model painters are ranked from “tournament minimum 3 colours” to “master level multi awarded god” well…. I guess I’m firmly stuck somewhere in the grey area in between.
Now what drives my painting ?

Read Moar Skullz »

Life in 2 colours – a painting exercise

Posted on October 28th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

And now for something completely different and a little unexpected, here’s a little painting exercise ! I’ve decided to take part in a little online painting challenge a couple of weeks ago. The rules were pretty simple : the only pots available had to be black, white, turquoise and orange !
Working with a limited palette should be OK, I’m used to it I thought… And then reality struck me in the face…
If model painters are ranked from “tournament minimum 3 colours” to “master level multi awarded god” well…. I guess I’m firmly stuck somewhere in the grey area in between.
Now what drives my painting ?

Read Moar Skullz »

Battle Report – Battlefleet Gothic – Throwback Thursdays Ep 115

Posted on October 26th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , . Posted by

  Kris from Way of the Brush brings his Eldar to face my Chaos in a 1000pt cruiser clash! Advertisements

Finished! Eldar Wraithknight Death Jester Style

Posted on October 25th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

A really fun commission to work on. With the Death Jester theme in mind I wanted to accent more the wraithbone part of Eldar culture opposed to the checkers and other mechanical lines. This post also marks a transition for me. I’ve started a …

Finished! Eldar Wraithknight Death Jester Style

Posted on October 25th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

A really fun commission to work on. With the Death Jester theme in mind I wanted to accent more the wraithbone part of Eldar culture opposed to the checkers and other mechanical lines. This post also marks a transition for me. I’ve started a …

Bigger Sci-fi Elf Spirit Zombies

Posted on October 23rd, 2017 under , . Posted by

As I was finishing up my decal/dullcote/grass que I was also working on these guys. They involved a lot of cutting, pinning, plasticard and swearing at CA glue. All twelve had their arms and legs cut off. I pinned the legs after some creative bending a…

Bigger Sci-fi Elf Spirit Zombies

Posted on October 23rd, 2017 under , . Posted by

As I was finishing up my decal/dullcote/grass que I was also working on these guys. They involved a lot of cutting, pinning, plasticard and swearing at CA glue. All twelve had their arms and legs cut off. I pinned the legs after some creative bending a…

Prince Morrathillienn. 7th Heir to the House of Ulthanash. Survivor of the Endless Darkness. Prince of the Khaine’s Ravens

Posted on October 21st, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

To the naked eye, it would appear as nothing but the blank void of interstellar space. Yet here lurked a giant. Anasduril, it was called. The vast extinguished hulk of a star. Once the seat of one of many pre-Fall kingdoms, its derelict orbitals and sh…

Prince Morrathillienn. 7th Heir to the House of Ulthanash. Survivor of the Endless Darkness. Prince of the Khaine’s Ravens

Posted on October 21st, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

To the naked eye, it would appear as nothing but the blank void of interstellar space. Yet here lurked a giant. Anasduril, it was called. The vast extinguished hulk of a star. Once the seat of one of many pre-Fall kingdoms, its derelict orbitals and sh…

Ambushes on Brind’s World

Posted on October 19th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

The kid’s friend had a day of school on Thursday and so came over for the day to play a couple more games of 40K with us. After the previous disappointment of playing for hours and only just finishing the first turn, I suggested playing with MUCH SMALL…

Ambushes on Brind’s World

Posted on October 19th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

The kid’s friend had a day of school on Thursday and so came over for the day to play a couple more games of 40K with us. After the previous disappointment of playing for hours and only just finishing the first turn, I suggested playing with MUCH SMALL…

Eldar-to-Date

Posted on October 18th, 2017 under , . Posted by

I gussied up the Eldar this week for a local store’s painting competition. I got the decals on, black boxed them in, hit these guys with a few coats of dullcote and then added some grass tufts. This is six months of work to date, minus the Void Spinner…

Eldar-to-Date

Posted on October 18th, 2017 under , . Posted by

I gussied up the Eldar this week for a local store’s painting competition. I got the decals on, black boxed them in, hit these guys with a few coats of dullcote and then added some grass tufts. This is six months of work to date, minus the Void Spinner…