Warcry Iron Golems...I'm nearly finished with that box as last war band is 80 % done. I sort of followed Tyler Mengel tutorial for this which used mostly contrast paint in a very efficient way. War band itself is quite nice, not outstanding. Also painted a few extras Corvus Cabal models which are brilliant.
Warcry, neutral creatures, not too sure how they're used in the game yet but it's a nice group of models. Onto the Warbands....Awakened Wyldwood is also back in stock in the shop.
Work has been crazy (stupid day job gets in the way of my hobby time), but I've slowly been adding warbands to my Warcry collection. Rather than spend all week posting in dribs and drabs, I decided to add all of them to date (no telling when I'll sit down to do another update).The UnmadeNighthauntsIron GolemsUntamed BeastsI finished my terrain too (pic below is an early WiP.. you'll have to trust me) and hope to start a small solo campaign in the next few months. I'll try to chronicle everything here.I'm painting some mercenaries and monsters to go with the collection and looking forward to the next book due out later this year. I also have the Corvus Cabal and a pile of Gloomspite Gitz to add more warbands. More soon (ish)!
Finished my Nighthaunt warband and immediately started working on the next one.
The Endless March drifts into the territory of the Gitz. Can these deathless spirits stop the rampaging Gitz as they search for relics amongst the Eight Points?
It was a bit quiet the last week, for multiple reasons. I was a bit under the weather and hope to be at full health soon, and we visited part of my wife's family in Southern Germany for the prolonged weekend (you know, German Unification, David Hasselhoff Memorial Day and so on). Last weekend Daniel […]
Corvus Cabal warband for Warcry. Outstanding group of miniatures,a real pleasure to paint. Available in the shop.
It is possible to make an Orruk with two bashas from the sprue of the Ardboys. I must confess, the clubs have such a wonderfully dull and brutal appearance that I really wanted to have an orruk with two of them. I also like the look of the faces of the Ironjaw Brutes and I […]
Ok, I feel like I'm channeling my inner-Grove with the name (look it up) of my Nighthaunt warband, but this makes my second force for Warcry!I used a Guardian of Souls to represent my Dreadwarden, Dravoch Blacksoul, who is condemned to endlessly chant the crimes he committed in life in a sibilant whisper. Other than that, the warband is WYSIWYG... three Grimghast Reapers, a Glaivewraith Stalker, and four Chainrasps.They will be a perfect campaign opponent for The Shadow Haunters (my Unmade) who have the Hunters of the Dead background. I suppose I'll have to paint my graveyard terrain now...My third Warband is almost done and I'll start my solo campaign shortly. I'll be adding more warbands as I go, but I want to start getting in some games!
I picked up Warcry: Monsters and Mercenaries last weekend. It's a great little book for £15 packed with new Campaign Quest rules, and rules for adding characters and Chaotic Beasts and Gargantuan Creatures to your game. As soon as I saw the Slaughterpriest in the book I dived into my stack of grey sprues and pulled out the White Dwarf free model from a few years ago. More after the jump. More after the jump
Here's the rest of my first warband for Warcry..I'll post my Nighthaunt Warband in a few days..
Hello! As the first entry in the new week I would like to show you the warband for Warcry skirmish system. Below you can see a full gallery of individual units. Miniatures painted by artists from our Studio. Warcry is the latest release from Games Workshop and all signs indicate that the game has already had a success. Local shops got rid of their stocks of starter sets very quickly, and the wave of new bands flooding us shows that the system will be supported. In addition to the new factions, the game also features card sets with statistics for the “old” units. The game supports fast, brutal battles lasting about 1 hour, which perfectly fits the current skirmish trend. Additionally, the option of developing units and creating a campaign is strongly marked. Soon we will be able to present you with new branches and areas…. Meanwhile – goodbye! Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org and Messenger
WARCRY scenery base set, by far the Best set ever released for Medieval/Skirmish games in the history of Medieval/Skirmish games. I can't wait to get another set to bash. Soon available for order through the shop
Hi all! I finished this Heart-eater of the Untamed Beasts, a good practice for painting skin. I also made use of the new Skeleton Horde Contrast paint on the bone parts which was quick and easy, even though I had to rework the bone a little bit by adding some layers and highlights.Who else is on the Warcry bandwagon? Leave a comment or reaction below…
With Warcry filling in the fantasy counter-part of Kill Team, Games Workshop supplies the game with their variant of the Killzones called Ravaged Lands. We have covered a couple of those Killzones already on the blog, for example Killzone: Sector Mechanicus and Killzone: Sector Fronteris. And today we cover the first of the Ravaged Lands, […]