Age of Sigmar
Work has been crazy (stupid day job gets in the way of my hobby time), but I've slowly been adding warbands to my Warcry collection. Rather than spend all week posting in dribs and drabs, I decided to add all of them to date (no telling when I'll sit down to do another update).The UnmadeNighthauntsIron GolemsUntamed BeastsI finished my terrain too (pic below is an early WiP.. you'll have to trust me) and hope to start a small solo campaign in the next few months. I'll try to chronicle everything here.I'm painting some mercenaries and monsters to go with the collection and looking forward to the next book due out later this year. I also have the Corvus Cabal and a pile of Gloomspite Gitz to add more warbands. More soon (ish)!
Does Beastgrave improve Warhammer Underworlds? I'd certainly say so. Is Beastgrave enough to breathe fresh life into the game? To reignite the flames in the "ultimate competitive miniatures game"? That, I cannot honestly answer currently. Time will tell... [...] The post Beastgrave – Returning to Warhammer Underworlds appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
I've added a couple of new additions to my endless spell roster and Nighthaunt army– Read more »
Finished my Nighthaunt warband and immediately started working on the next one.
Hi, all! This time I present to you Theddra from the Godsworn Hunt which I finished this week. I really like these small warbands, although I sometimes only own a single model like Theddra. As usual, I only paint what I am in the mood for :) For the skin, I used the same Skin Tone Set from Scale 75 as I used on the Heart-eater of the Untamed Beasts. So please leave a comment or reaction below…
Hey there, here is my next project: a box of Myrmourn Banshees, which became a warband in in the Warhammer Underworlds Dreadfane boxed set.Coming up with a paint scheme for the Banshees was pretty difficult. I knew I wanted a similar fast and effective approach as my Chainrasps (which were inspired by Tyler Mengel's fantastic Nighthaunts collection), but purple instead of green. I experimented with several mixes of Contrast Medium, Lahmian Medium, Magos Purple and Warpaints Purple Tone Ink over Corax White primer, but it all looked very patchy and uneven. I had to strip them all and start anew. In the end, I went for a zenithal highlight approach, with some additional purple glazes and a white drybrush. The corset and base details were alle basecoated with contrast paints plus additional highlights.What do you think?
Hi all! This time i present to you Theddra from the Godsworn Hunt which i finished this week. I really like these small warbands, although i sometimes own only a single model like this one. But as usual i only paint what i am in the mood for :) For the skin i used the same Skin Tone Set from Scale 75 like i did with the Heart Eater from the Untamed Beasts. So leave a comment or reaction below….
In today's post I share with you a complete photo tutorial guide to paint this Malkyn called Lighaen from Skaeth's Wildhunt. More after the jump!More after the jump
You may have seen the rather impressive news that Games Workshop and Marvel Comics have joined forces. There are no details at this point, save to say that the two companies are working on Warhammer [...] The post Marvel & Warhammer Comics – Ideas and Wishful Thinking appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
I scored a Bingo this quarter, but I'm starting to fall behind on my quest to finish the entire card... Read more »
I've only owned Nightvault since Father's Day (thanks bubba!). So, I really need to pull my finger out and get on with the models from my daughter's present to me. Painting the Curse Breakers is a huge step to completing the box. After the jump is a picture of the backs of the models. More after the jump
In a universe of gods, monsters and supernatural heroes, the normal layfolk of the Mortal Realms often go forgotten. This new book from Games Workshop welds the various races of Aelves, Duardin and Humans into a playable faction Warhammer: Age of Sigmar as the mighty cities built in the expansion of Sigmar’s armies throughout the Realms grow and form their own traditions and unique traits.
Da Boyz are back in town! This first Hybrid Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar includes no fewer than three sets of Allegiance Traits for the various types of Orruks overrunning the Mortal Realms. The armoured Ironjawz or savage Bonesplitterz can be used as their own Allegiance or combined into Da Mighty WAAAAGH! as a single force. Let’s check it out!
It is possible to make an Orruk with two bashas from the sprue of the Ardboys. I must confess, the clubs have such a wonderfully dull and brutal appearance that I really wanted to have an orruk with two of them. I also like the look of the faces of the Ironjaw Brutes and I […]
Gotrek Gurnisson's new miniature was recently released for Warhammer Age of Sigmar. His Warscroll has also been revealed and he is a beast on the tabletop! Alas, his BFF and chronicler Felix has not (yet?) joined him in the Mortal Realms....Many years ago Games Workshop released rules for Gotrek and Felix for Warhammer Fantasy Battle, in the Regiments of Renown supplement. It is interesting to see Gotrek's stats from that time.