It’s time for another Let’s Play! This time we’re taking a look at the 2019 edition of the Warhammer 40000: Kill Team 2 Player Starter Set, featuring the Astartes and T’au single player starter sets from last year combined with some Sector Mechanicus terrain and all the cards to go with it.
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I’m taking a look at the newest Codex series from Games Workshop – Space Marines and it’s Supplements.
Remember this guy? Brother Sergeant Sevastus from the Space Marine Heroes Series 1, started before our Tale of Tuesdays Blood Bowl project. Here he is in all his blue and gold glory, which means three out of five models for Space Marine Adventures down. Check out more pictures after the jump.More after the jump
Yesterday’s Apocalypse game displaced this Kill Team Game, but there’s SO much piled into Wednesdays I’m putting it out today instead so the queue doesn’t slow down. Ciaran’s Genestealer Cult takes on my Ultramarines in this Kill Team Arena game!
While I'm painting my Space Wolves character, I'm working on Brother Sergeant Sevastus simultaneously. He'll be an Ultramarine, as the model is depicted in the Space Marine Adventures game. The recipe of the armour is the same as I used for my Ultramarines army, but all the other details will be painted with the more "modern" recipes and techniques I use for my Silver Skulls Primaris Kill Team and other Space Marine Heroes. My Ultramarines army was started back in the days before the new Citadel paint range, before Retributor Armour and Mephiston Red. This model is how I would paint Ultramarines if I would start an Ultramarines army nowadays.
I enjoyed working on the Salamander Space Marine so much that I decided to paint another model from the Space Marine Heroes series: Brother Aethor. He'll become a Space Wolf, as I'm painting them for Space Marine Adventures, where every Marine hails from a different chapter. I wonder why they chose Aethor to be a Space Wolf and not a say White Scar, as Aethor is a pretty vanilla model with plain Mk7 armour, and none of the details of the Space Wolves range... still, coming up with my take on the classic Space Wolves paint scheme was a lot of fun and who knows, maybe there'll be a tutorial...
Over the years, I've been often asked about how I painted my Ultramarines collection. Ages ago, I created a tutorial, but time has moved on, and since then we've launched our popular step-by-step tutorials. So it was about time to create a tutorial in our new format. Check out the extensive, 28 steps guide for painting the chap above, after the jump.More after the jump
Hi all! I painted this Ultramarine Captain Idaeus from the 4th Company just because... I had him laying around. It's the model from the old Assault on Black Reach box set. Sometimes I stumble upon older models and still find them attractive and worth giving them a paint job. While doing so I got the idea to paint all Ultramarine chapter Commanders with models that suit their characters.What do you think? Leave a comment or reaction below….
Completely forgot to post this update. Marneus Calgar in his upgraded glory to Primaris status and his guards. These were painted to level 5 quality with NMM metallics. These were commissioned for the larger Ultramarine commission that you may have seen in some previous posts.
Back with my continues coverage of Adepticon 2019.Check out part 1 here where I talk about my first impressions of A Song of Ice and Fire game, Horus Heresy Knight Fight, and the Kings of War Big Battle.I skipped my first game to sleep and paint that day. It was an ASoIF even, but only cost me $5, and I made the better decision considering how late I stayed up to finish for the 40k team event the next day.I did make it to my second game, which was ASoIF Assault on Kings Landing. What made this game extra fun was it was ran by the game's designer. He had a really cool mission put together where the 8 players (mostly Starks and Boltons) fought his Lannister Army. I was that little green blob of Wildlings led by Tomund Giantsbane. Not the most accurate thing, but awesome of him to let my do that when asked who my favourite character was when he realized he didn't have enough units set up for us. He also had a constant narrative progression happening. AND BRIBES. He'd bribe up with free models to do certain actio
The rift between the two halves of the Imperium is guarded by a Bastion World beset upon all sides by forces within and without. Once again it’s ten minutes to Midnight for the Imperium of man! I take a look through the newest campaign addition to Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000. Join me for a first look through the book!
Hi all, its Rich back again. I had a little break from hobbying recently whilst my wife and I moved house, but I’m back in the flow again with a permanent space set up for me to paint. I’ve been enjoying the early issues of Conquest magazine including the back story to the Primaries Marines as I haven’t followed the background story of 40k since the end of the gathering storm campaign.More after the jump
Welcome after a short break caused by a very lot of work, today I will show a finished Roboute Guilliman on level 4. I invite you to watch.Witam po krótkiej przerwie spowodowanej bardzo dużą ilością pracy, dziś pokaże skończonego Roboute Guilliman na poziomie 4. Zapraszam do oglądania.
These Ultramarine Characters are the final batch for the large Ultramarine commission that has been completed over the past year. This batch contains the characters for the army. All these miniatures were done to level 5 quality and with NMM techniques for the metallics. vv
These Predators are the last of the vehicles of the large Ultramarines Commission that you have seen being painted over the past several months. Again these were painted to level 4 quality. Most of the blue colouring were airbrushed with all the detail works painted with brush.