G'day g'day,I've been slowly chipping away at some more Titans and I'm starting to get a decent Maniple of engines on the go now so I thought it was a good time to update the blog!Thanks for checking in,JackieAdeptus Titanicus - Legio Vulpa BattlegroupLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio DoloresLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio DoloresLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio DoloresLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Perditor VotumLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Perditor VotumLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Perditor VotumLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Canis CallidusLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Canis CallidusLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Canis CallidusLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Potentia SolisLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Potentia SolisLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Potentia SolisLegio Vulpa Reaver Titan - Praefuro IgnisLegio Vulpa Reaver Titan - Praefuro IgnisLegio Vulpa Reaver Titan - Praefuro Ignis
Hey guys, it's Aurélie, I'm back with this Horus Heresy Leviathan Dreadnought painted in the livery of the XIII. Legion, the Ultramarines. It's a commission piece I'm also entering for the Scale Model Challenge. Check out more pictures after the jump.More after the jump
Hello! As promised – it’s time for big toys! I would like to present you two colossal Kharybdis Assault Claws. On the picture above I placed a model of a soldier for Infinity system in 28mm scale. These powerful drop-pods were used by the Legions as a ship-to-ship vehicle to attack enemy spaceships. They also served as a transport unit that carried soldiers from orbit to battlefield. Both vehicles were painted in the colours of the White Scars Legion. Commission painting services – email@example.com / Messenger.
Hello! In today’s post I would like to present to you one of my older works. These are the different heroes painted in the colours of the White Scars. As you have probably noticed, some of them contain minor conversions (especially weapons). I hope you will like them! I think that newly published Space Marines codex and White Scars supplement are moving these armies on battle tables again. I keep my fingers crossed! Painting orders – firstname.lastname@example.org or Messenger.
Hi all, Rich back again with the final installment of my Adeptus Custodes series. They have been really good fun to paint and I’m pleased how they look on the tabletop, with the blue contrasting nicely with the shiny gold armour.More after the jump
I love Consuls. I really do. They add interesting texture to Horus Heresy armies, they unlock interesting builds (as well as enabling less-than-interesting Deathstars), and the more support-oriented consuls are fun concepts. We’re so used to Space Marine heroes being up front and center that someone like a Master of Signals feels unique. So I was thrilled when Horus Heresy Book 8: Malevolence introduced some new ones. Let’s dig in to some hopefully fairly unique or unusual builds. What are the new Consuls? We’ve got five new Consuls to look at, though I’m only going to talk about three of them in detail. I’ll explain why once we get done covering what they do: Warmonger: Sort of a mini-Praetor, the Warmonger gets an Iron Halo and Digital Lasers, and grants himself and a unit he’s attached to Deep Strike. Sort of the unit-boosting, volume of attacks Yin to the Legion Champion’s individual duelist Yang. Armistos: Essentially the Master of Arsenal, the Armistos is a po
Hi all, Rich back again with some more Custodies, this time the lovely model from Forge World, Constantin Valdor. I really like this model, he feels far grander and imposing than his 40k counterpart Trajann Valoris. I’m starting to think about how I can ready my army for Apocalypse and I think he will work very nicely as the leader of my Custodies detachment, either as a Shield-Captain or a proxy for Trajann.More after the jump
The Disciples of Change again take the form of Legio Fortidus to battle the Warp Runners in a 1750pt Meeting Engagement!
In an attempt to keep updating my blog no matter how mundane the posts will be, here are some recent projects that I knocked off my hobby desk. Oddly, these are all duplicates of stuff I've previously done. These units just help flesh out their respective armies. Ten more Pox Walkers shamble their way into the front lines of my Death Guard army.I completed another ten Pox Walkers for my Death Guard army over the course of a week, bringing the number in the force to a grand total of thirty. I painted these guys mostly with washes, snatching some time here and there to work on them in groups of two's and three's. Before I knew it, all ten were ready to roll. I really love these models - I'm sure I've said so before here. They are wildly characterful will loads of great details, but the sculpts practically paint themselves with simple techniques. These kinds of models are the best kind in regards to army painting. A real joy on every level."Prepare to fire a load of bullshit on my coordinates. Three! T
Yoyo,Ive got some finished pics of my Warlord Titan, Nuntio Dolores, based off the featured titan in the Black Library Novel, Titandeath, released earlier this year. I actually finished it a couple of months ago but I forgot to upload photographs here.. I've also just put the finishing touches on a Questoris Knight banner from House Makabius (Same as my 28mm house) to join the big fella.Pics:Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Legio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio Dolores with a House Makabius - Questoris Knight Support BannerHouse Makabius - Questoris Knight Support BannerHouse Makabius - Questoris Knight Support BannerThe
Jason returns with his Venator Light Maniple to take on Top Dog and the Warp Runners Axiom Maniple in this Mid-Tier Matched Play game!
A lot of people have very fond memories of Epic. For some it was their gateway game into the wider hobby. For others, it had a scale and majesty that made more sense to them, especially in the smaller-scale days of editions past. And for some, it was actually being able to regularly field the heavy hitters of the setting – Baneblades, Titans, Thunderhawks and whatnot. So when Adeptus Titanicus came out, with little bits of future proofing, a fair number of people immediately began pushing for the game to morph into nuEpic, with rules for squadrons of Leman Russ tanks and Space Marine squads running amok between the feet of giants. I think that’s a bad idea. I’ll let Ron Swanson explain why. In my mind, there needs to be room for a game to focus on doing one thing, and doing it well. In the case of Adeptus Titanicus, this is titan combat. If you read Titanicus, or Titandeath, tanks and infantry aren’t units on equal footing. They are abstract threats, background noise. You don&
Progress on my own projects has seemed laborious the last few weeks, so I haven't had too much to post it seems. I have been doing some painting and crafting, though - just feels like I'm doing odds and ends lately. Much of my time has been taken up with making paper miniatures for my Dungeons and Dragons group. I kinda fell down the rabbit hole making these.My group is playing as a pious, yet eclectic, group of Witch Hunters on the prowl smiting Evil!This was all in service of creating a set of floor plans to allow them to explore the ruins of a three level keep. Like I said, I fell down a rabbit hole - but it was a ton of fun. Exploring the first level.Heading up to level two!Skeleton Attack!It all culminated in a boss-fight with a terrible Wraith!I also created a series of quick print packs that are up for sale on DriveThruRPG.com. Each pack is designed to give you a mini-army. Print as many or as few as you could ever need! There is an Undead Attack! Pack!!, an Orc Attack! Pack!! and o
Jason has finished painting his Venator Maniple and comes to face my Warp Runners Corsairs in this mid-tier Matched Play game!
"They call me The SeekerI've been searching low and highI won't get to get what I'm afterTill the day I die" -The WhoDespite some radio silence on my blog, I have been chugging away on some more 30k Imperial Fists and nibbling away on a unit of High Elf Dragon Princes that should be done sometime after Ragnarok. Man, those models are a LOT of work.With their special boltgun rounds and precision attacks, I felt like the Seeker units in my army should use MKIV armor instead of MKIIII've been trying to expand the Fast Attack choices in my Heresy army, and I'm not super drawn to jetbikes so I opted for some Seekers. Tasked with head-hunting vital enemy characters or crewed machines, Seeker Squads are equipped with multi-choice boltgun rounds to get the job done. I'm aiming to have two five-man squads in the force, so here is the first one done. I went for a bit of reverse color scheme to add