Age of Sigmar
Oh rats... After my first game with the Skaventide, I realized that I needed some options to slow my opponent's rush toward my battle line. After a week-long push, I've finally got all of my Skaven-themed endless spells finished! Read more »
I'm about to go on vacation, so this is basically my April output:A necromancer for Age of Sigmar Skirmish/ Warcry. Very pleased with how he turned out!An AT-RT for Star Wars: Legion. This guy was long overdue but I chickened out doing the LED mod and airbrushing the camo pattern. Finally took my brave pills and did both last week.
After what seems an age i am back on painting up my Flesheaters!!!The hero version of a Crypt Flayer, if im honest im probably not going to use this very often as i dont want to go mad with Flayers, but its nice to still have as an option.
Udało się. Najpierw myślałem, że będzie to bułka z masłem. W końcu szybko maluje figurki, więc co mogłoby pójść nie tak? Potem dopiero, po pierwszym miesiącu Sagi Kilku Warlordów przypomniałem sobie, że z dwójką dzieci w domu, pracą przypominającą o sobie w najamniej pożądanych momentach i codziennej bieżączce może nie być tak łatwo stworzyć jednolitą armię do AoS na przyzwoitym poziomie malarskim. Kiedy ubiegły rok dobiegał końca, moje plany uratowała wyjątkowo długa przerwa świąteczna, kiedy to wspomagając się kilkudniowym urlopem narzuciłem sobie rygor malowania przynajmniej jednej figurki na wieczór i dzięki temu udało mi się zamknąć moje 1250 punktów IronJawz w 2018 roku.Z modelu Megabossa jestem wyjątkowo zadowolony, poświęciłem mu sporo czasu i dało to naprawdę sympatyczny dla oka efekt. Świetne do malowania były figurki Ironskull's Boyz z Shadespire, które mają swój warscroll do AoS jako osobny unit. Jest też kilka drobiazgów w armii, które dały mi sporo frajdy tak jak np. freehandowy sztandar dla dru
So my beastmen project is inspired by the original Tale of Four Gamers, with my army choice and colour scheme being shamelessly taken from Paul Sawyers beastmen. I was never keen on the children of chaos until I read the tale of gamers and then it was a project I was keen on but never got round to. I’m a bit fan of the original beastmen aesthetic i.e. the goat-man. So expect a lot of that!Whilst the herdstone model is great and I will do one, I’m also keen to do my own, so we will see how that goes.I rolled my army at random just like JB, I started with a beast lord and my five choices are:- Great Bray Shaman- 10 Gors- 10 Ungor Raiders- 3 Bullgors (count as two choices)I bought a start collecting box and a beast lord which covers most of it, so off we go! Here are the first ten Gors, I’m really pleased with them and love the models, we will see if I still love them once I do more!Onward on the path to glory!
Adepticon was last weekend, and Privateer Press's Josh Colon posted about the Warmachine armies selected for Armies on Parade.Chris Dancocks's Grymkin army on display.There are very few army displays made for Warmachine armies. I have a few theories as to why. For one, there are no paint or appearance scores for a Warmachine army, and a lot of the people who have come up making displays have done so to improve their appearance scores.This is not a criticism of appearance scores. A nice display will enhance any given paint job. I think there's a formula for it somewhere. Basically painted models surrounded by painted terrain look better by x amount.Another part of the puzzle is that displays are not easy to transport. If there's generally no reason to transport a display then it's just easier to travel without them.Army displays also aren't as practical as carry trays. While some displays use drill presses to "slot" figures into the display, Warmachine armies can be in flux up until a tournament date. Pre-slot
When I started my skirmish warband in October, this was done on the premise of creating it based on the original rules of Age of Sigmar Skirmish. Since January, AoS Skirmish is now more of an extension of the Generals Handbook and in general, with a new Warhammer Underworlds version and the forthcoming Warcry game, […]
This year I'm making my second attempt to fill out the entire bingo card. Here's how things are shaping up after the first quarter... Read more »
In attempt to reignite community spirit and to reinvigorate the blog, we have decided to do afull on tale of gamers!Now I’m old and crusty and to me this means Paul “fat bloke” Sawyer and Beastmen, to others it might mean Aaron Dembski-Bowden writing excuses and doing nothing, either way the premise is simple:1. Everyone picks an army2. We all regularly assemble and paint a set amount of figures each month.In our case- 10 infantry/3 cavalry/1 large monster but you can do more if you like.3. We try to play some games in between- in this case Path To Glory.4. We end up with a serviceable army which may go on to greater things...So we have five taking part, myself, JB, Abe, Dave and a new blogger (who hasn’t signed up yet). We will try to post at least monthly with pics as we go.So without further ado I’ll let everyone introduce themselves and their armies...
March turned out to be a pretty great (hobbying) month for me.Played some great MESBG and Kill Team games,...... got started with my warbands and some terrain for Warcry... ... and got pretty excited about the Clone Wars expansion for Star Wars: Legion.
"For the Shire!.. err... wait! For the Moot!... eh.. that's not right... For Snacks and Comfies! That's better."Geez, it looks like four years ago I backed a small Kickstarter for some 28mm Halfling miniatures from Westfalia Miniatures. When I got my tiny pledge (literally - I only ordered a unit or two) I was a bit crestfallen because I hadn't realized they would be resin casts instead of metal. I put them on the back burner of my project list and when I discovered a friend had also backed the KS, I "gifted" mine to him in a clever ploy to get them the hell off my desk. But he realized that he'd never get around to them in his queue and the scallywag turned around and gave me mine back along with his! Dastardly.Well, I guess I finally got a wild hair up my ass to paint them so I've put together a small army of them. I plan on using them for Dragon Rampant or as proxies in Warhammer Age of Sigmar. The sculpts were very obviously inspired by the old Warhammer Imperial Halflings of the Moot, so I like to i
Thanquol is ready for battle! In this post I'll show off the conversion for his throne, and share some of my thoughts about the Skaventide.Read more »
A special event is available via the digital Champions app and this has been a great way to learn more about some of the upcoming cards. Feeling as generous as Nurgle himself, we thought we'd share our findings with you. [...] The post Warhammer Champions: Savagery Preview Part 1 appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Hi all! Today I present you a painted Mollog from Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire. These small warbands are really great fun to paint. I recommend this model to all AoS painters…If you like, please leave a comment or reaction below…
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I sit down with Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to flip-through and check out the new Allegiance Traits, Artefacts, and units in the upcoming Chaos Battletome: Blades of Khorne for Age of Sigmar.