Age of Sigmar
Well, there I was celebrating the completion of this unit and more importantly hitting the target of 2000pts and the 2019 General's Handbook is released and with it the AOS App and it's in-built Azyr army builder app is also updated. After the jump I tell you how that's affected the points of my force. More after the jump
Covering both casual and competitive play, the General's Handbook 2019 is by no means a bad purchase. It includes a wealth of battle plans, scenarios and new ways to enjoy Games Workshop's fantastical wargame. This coupled with the support for organising events as well as the encouragement for decent etiquette makes the supplement feel like a welcome release. Some parts may not quite hit home, but it succeeds enough that I'd advise not going to your Age of Sigmar games without it. [...] The post Age of Sigmar: General’s Handbook 2019 – Review appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Quick post today just to update you guys on my Stormcast project. This Celstar Ballista is my last unit I'm painting to complete 2000pts. All the colours are blocked in, most of the shading is done, I still have to highlight all the colours. Shouldn't take too much more to finish them.
Here is the general for my force of Stormbros, a Lord Arcanum on Gryph-Charger:He's quite a bit overcosted compared to recent releases like Vermin Lords etc, but I needed one version of a Lord Arcanum to make Sequitors battleline in my force... this one is at least reasonably resilient and has a command ability, spell and at a pinch can late game objective grab with his wind riding ability.
Age of Sigmar – Along with the warbands I’ve been painting for Warhammer Underworlds my client sent over a few characters for his Age of Sigmar armies. It looks like I’ll be painting a significant number of fantasy models over the next few moths which is great because I find the models very cool even though I don’t play the game. One of the benefits to doing commission work is getting to paint cool stuff that you don’t actually want to own. This batch has two Ch
My personal hobby time has been limited, so I've been chipping away at a few smaller projects. This week, I finished off my Skaven Warpfire Thrower teams, and a pair of Stormtroopers for Star Wars: Legion. Read more »
Christian is back with his Ironjawz to take on my Nighthaunts once again in Stygxx for Forbidden Power!
Age of Sigmar – I really can’t get my head around the fluff for Age of Sigmar, granted I haven’t tried to hard, but regardless many of the reimagined races and units have some weird-ass trademarkable names. Which i get as a big company you have to protect your IP (even if your IP is heavily based on “borrowing” ideas from other IPs). Trolls in particular were renamed as Dankhold Troggoth’s which I supposed is very unique and cool in some way.
September last year, I shared a WIP post of two Dracothion Guard, 9 months later and they're finished. I took the fancy shot above to celebrate. After the jump I share some close ups and give my thoughts on nearly hitting 2000pts of Stormcast. More after the jump
Hot on the heels of my Flesheaters come the Astral Templars Stormhost!This is a tourney build army I am putting together, going balls deep into a pop n drop stormbros force to eliminate the biggest monster threat my opponent has to offer haha:To start me off I have a Lord Ordinator for a +1 to hit on warmachines, a unit of Judicators for a compulsory 3rd battleline unit, and a Knight Incantor for a crucial auto unbind.
Age of Sigmar - Night Goblins have always been one of my favorite range of models Games Workshop produces. Even though I have zero interest in playing Fantasy/Age of Sigmar I can appreciate the character of the models and enjoy reading about them. As I paint more of these warbands for my clients, I’m getting a little itch to try out Warhammer Underworlds, but I might be able to hold out as there is supposed to be a video game version coming out that might be easier to find people to play against or to play solo. (My current group is pretty much 40k or nothing at the moment).
I have a group of friends who actively play Age of Sigmar and a group who might be looking to take baby steps into playing Age of Sigmar. I was interested, if nothing else but to have a new project to collect and paint and thematic armies collect and paint better than most, but I didn't know how to go about choosing anything. I went through all the galleries of Age of Sigmar armies, and the only things that drew my eye were the giant lizard for the Fyre Slayers, the Elven flying turtle, and the Kharadron Overlords' flying ships.That's when I realized that I wanted to play with big toys.Age of Sigmar has done a pretty good job of balancing how and what centerpieces will exist for each army. Elves get turtles and sea horses, sigmarines get flying bird horse thing, shirtless angry dwarves get a smithy and a lizard thing.Covetous shooting dwarves get flying boats. I crave centerpieces. It's odd to say that because I also crave having lots of models to push around, but centerpiece models draw the eye in
Hi all! Here he is… Aventis Firestrike of the Hammers of Sigmar, painted for a local painting competition! Some more angles after the jump...More after the jump
I’ve always been a fan of some of the more unusual creatures from the depths of Warhammer 3rd edition. Zoats, were wolves, jabberwock and many others haven’t had much limelight for many years. I’ve... The post From the mists of legend they come… appeared first on My Wargame.