Ironjawz


AoS – Ironjawz Warband

Hello! We stay in the Age of Sigmar – Ironjawz army. In the pictures you will find Brutes, Megaboss and Weirdnob Shaman. It was an interesting project because the Brutes are fully magnetized – they can be equipped with all the weapons available in the box. It required some extra work, but it was definitely worth it! The colors also differ from the official, green-yellow scheme. A lot of damage, bruises, rust and white skin of orcs contrasts with bricks on bases. I hope you like the models – I invite you to see the photo gallery below. Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com and Messenger

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WARCRY Battle Report – Ep 08 – Iron Golems vs. Ironjawz

The Ironjawz are on to their first Convergence, taking on the Iron Golems in a Raid as they continue their search for a Good Scrap!

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WARCRY Battle Report – Ep 06 – Ironjawz vs. Stormcast Eternals

The new Warbands have arrived for the Age of Sigmar armies and I’m joined by Chase for a three-game series pitting his Ironjawz against my three Warbands. First up are the Stormcast Eternals in their debut game!

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Tutorial: How to paint Goff Orks / Ironjawz / Blood Bowl The Gauged Eye

Here is a detailed tutorial for painting Blood Bowl Orcs in a classic Goff Klan inspired paint scheme. This tutorial is applicable to all sorts of greenskins: Goff Orks (obviously), Ironjawz, Greenskinz, Gloomspite Gitz... I aimed for a nice compromise between speed and quality and therefore, the tutorial is suitable for army painting as well. Find out more after the jump.More after the jump

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Ironjawz Brute

Even though I wasn't posting much on here over the last while I was still painting. In fact I managed to paint an entire 1500 point Ironjaw army for Age of Sigmar over the last year. I didn't like the yellow scheme that Games Workshop went for but I do like my Orruks in yellow as you will have seen with my 40k Orks. Inspired by them I kept the scheme going and embellished it just a little with some checks and flames. Even a little rust and scratches. These are now my regular army while I am painting up my Nighthaunt models and while the play style can be a little flat and boring I still enjoy charging these across the table and wrecking havoc.

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