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!
Recently for Father's Day I received Warhammer Underworlds Night Vault from my two year old. These are the first two models I'm painting from the set. After the jump I want to chat about shoulder pads and contrast paint. More after the jump
Time is the most precious resource that we have; I have spent most of this year with very little time haha... but not the last two days!Working night shifts can be a killer but also a blessing as you get plenty of extra daylight hours for painting!
Cant believe its been nearly two weeks haha, work is so shit right now! Yesterday i caught a break and did about 75% of the job on these models and just finished the basing off this afternoon when i got back in from my weekend job:Now they are finished and sat on the shelf i can see the army starting to take shape hehe, but its going to be a slow builder unless i can really smash some stuff out this week as we are starting a club AoS league with new armies each.
Well that week went quick! These seem to have taken an age to finish off hahaFour cheeky Celestar Ballistas for my army hehe, deep strike these buggers in and then blast the crap out of what i target... hopefully!
Owen returns with his Gitz to face my Stormcast in this 2000pt Matched Play game of Knife to the Heart (2018)!
Well, there I was celebrating the completion of this unit and more importantly hitting the target of 2000pts and the 2019 General's Handbook is released and with it the AOS App and it's in-built Azyr army builder app is also updated. After the jump I tell you how that's affected the points of my force. More after the jump
The General’s Handbook 2019 has a whole new format for Matched Play and Competitive games called ‘Meeting Engagements’! I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to explain how it works and throw down a game! Check out the GHB2019 book review HERE: https://youtu.be/dmn2p8VZi2o
Quick post today just to update you guys on my Stormcast project. This Celstar Ballista is my last unit I'm painting to complete 2000pts. All the colours are blocked in, most of the shading is done, I still have to highlight all the colours. Shouldn't take too much more to finish them.
Here is the general for my force of Stormbros, a Lord Arcanum on Gryph-Charger:He's quite a bit overcosted compared to recent releases like Vermin Lords etc, but I needed one version of a Lord Arcanum to make Sequitors battleline in my force... this one is at least reasonably resilient and has a command ability, spell and at a pinch can late game objective grab with his wind riding ability.
September last year, I shared a WIP post of two Dracothion Guard, 9 months later and they're finished. I took the fancy shot above to celebrate. After the jump I share some close ups and give my thoughts on nearly hitting 2000pts of Stormcast. More after the jump
Hot on the heels of my Flesheaters come the Astral Templars Stormhost!This is a tourney build army I am putting together, going balls deep into a pop n drop stormbros force to eliminate the biggest monster threat my opponent has to offer haha:To start me off I have a Lord Ordinator for a +1 to hit on warmachines, a unit of Judicators for a compulsory 3rd battleline unit, and a Knight Incantor for a crucial auto unbind.
Today on the blog I share my recently finished Stormcast warband for Warhammer Underwords. This colourful group of warriors are called The Farstriders. I love these models, I mean look at them, hand held repeating crossbows, heavy armour and a parrot. Ok it's not a parrot it's called an Aetherwing. After the jump I share pictures of all my warbands painted so far and give some tips on how I took these photos. More after the jump
Hi all! Here he is… Aventis Firestrike of the Hammers of Sigmar, painted for a local painting competition! Some more angles after the jump...More after the jump
I have this mate. I've not known him long but he's a top bloke. For Christmas he bought me the Stormcast Endless spells. He loves Age of Sigmar and has painted Seraphon and Skaven. Age of Sigmar isn't even on my radar as I'm knee-deep in Conquest and Shadowspear. After the jump find out why I've painted these endless spells. More after the jump