Hi everyone, It is me Cat aka SpaceShrimp reporting in from the Precipice with some strange sightings of the local ne’er-do-wells. More after the Mag-lift.More after the jump
I knew when I saw this team that I had to have it. I think the Undead team is the best looking one Games Workshop has put out for Blood Bowl - hands down. Also, I'm not normally one for undead/zombie things either, but these are just awesome. Also, I wanted to take a break from my Human team, the Titan Bay Thunderhawks. I've run them in 3 seasons at my FLGS and it was time for a change. I've been hoping GW would put out a Norse team soon (my favorite team), but I'm not going to hold my...continue reading
My Conquest journey continues! This posts celebrates the completion of issue 19. Lord Felthius and his Blighted Cohort. More pics and my thoughts on this disgusting quartet after the jump.More after the jump
This is a Kill Team of the Kabal of the Last Hatred, lead by Haemonculus Grevyth the Pale, for whom they do their bidding, as he secretly infected their brains with mind control parasites during one of their many recreation cycles. While Archon Xurul Flickerblade thinks to manipulate the Haemonculus to his own ends, the exact opposite is true. Always tasked to gather samples of flesh of the lesser races for their Haemonculus master, Flickerblade's party revel in collecting the most aesthetically pleasing heads and body parts of their victims. As ever striving for perfection, it's often the unforgiving Hekatrix Kherissa Khrone who racks up the most impressive pieces.I painted these models years ago when Garfy and me challenged ourselves to paint a Megaforce. As you can see, I chose Dark Eldar ;) How do you like the models and backstory? I think the name and backstory generators from the Kill Team core manual are great fun, we need more of these GW! They should be in every codex and battletome...
Today’s quick article is a round up of Motor Torpedo Boat Articles I wrote. This post contains links to the The post Cruel Seas MTB Showcase Round Up appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Rich here with my latest additions to my growing Custodes force, I’m really enjoying painting this army, I love the combination of the gold and turquoise.More after the jump
The Kriegsmarine E-boat (or S-boat to the Germans) is the Motor Torpedo Boat of the German’s side during WW2. In The post Kriegsmarine E-boat appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Tying up loose ends with today's post. I finished the two Reivers above and I'm sharing them completion's sake. After the jump the five man group shot and some thoughts on what's next. More after the jump
News of Cruel Seas I find very exciting. The game actually made it to number one on my Christmas Wishlist The post Royal Navy Vosper MTB appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
In this post, we take a look at the US Navy PT Boat for Cruel Seas as painted by Wayne The post US Navy PT boat – Cruel Seas Showcase appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Here we are with a test model for my upcoming Primaris Kill Team. Avid readers might remember I painted an Imperial Fists Intercessor a while ago, but since then, I changed my mind. Inspired by Paul Norton's White Dwarf article about the economics of painting, his custom Primaris chapter, and Darren Latham's Silver Skulls, I chose Silver Skulls, too. I wanted something grimdark and easy to paint, and the Silver Skulls paint scheme fits the bill perfectly.The armour is just a wash of 1:1 Nuln Oil Gloss and Army Painter Dark Tone Ink [Nuln Oil] over a basecoat of Army Painter Gun Metal [Leadbelcher], then a gentle drybrush of Army Painter Shining Silver [Stormhost Silver]. Very quick and easy to do. The idea to mix Nuln Oil Gloss and Dark Tone Ink/regular Nuln Oil comes from Paul Norton's article. The Nuln Oil Gloss reduces the surface tension even more, while the Dark Tone Ink/regular Nuln Oil adds some "body" to the wash and removes some of the gloss. Combined with some black, bone and red accents (all hidden
Today I can finally present you my finished warband for Warhammer Underworlds, Zarbag's Gitz. As you can see, I kept pretty close to the classic Moonclan/Night Goblin look, but also took a few liberties from the 'Eavy Metal version. Check out more pictures after the jump.More after the jump
I haven't considered something until this point. I've only just realised this by looking at this picture and trying to decide what to write about another armoured container, barrels and crates. What I've realised is at the end of 80 issues of Conquest I'm going to be left with a gaming table full of terrain, but there is something else which I'll elaborate on after the jump. More after the jump
Hey everyone, Silvernome here back with more Chaos Legion goodness!I’ve always been a fan of the Chaos Legions, but since I mostly play Death Guard and Thousand Sons I never really have had the chance to paint the other Legions without building out a force. I’ve always had a soft spot for dreadnoughts, they are just so iconic to Warhammer, so I decided to start collecting Contemptor Dreadnoughts from each legion to give me that chance to paint them all. When I’ve eventually collected and painted them, the grand plan is to make a small diorama to show them off.More after the jump
It felt weird batch painting five models from three different units but in the end it wasn't too bad. It does leave me with three unfinished squads which I'm not going to be able to finish until I receive future issues of Conquest but oh well. After the jump I treat you to some close ups and different angles of the models. More after the jump