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Orktober 2019 – Mech-Ork Castellan Knight

Hello! Today’s entry is definitely devoted to a huge machine – looted and converted Ork Castellan Knight! The idea for the conversion was born during the creation of a mechanical army of orcs, which from the beginning of October you can watch on our blog and all social media (Instagram, FB, Reddit). The built up forces needed a solid center that would attract the eye of the players and the fire of their units. The choice was made – Castellan Knight – one of the largest walking machines available in the army of the Empire. The main donor of the parts was the Deff Dread model – head, mech arms. An additional, important point is an extended base, on which we threw as much scrap as we could I hope that you like the concept and workmanship. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Beastgrave – Returning to Warhammer Underworlds

Does Beastgrave improve Warhammer Underworlds? I'd certainly say so. Is Beastgrave enough to breathe fresh life into the game? To reignite the flames in the "ultimate competitive miniatures game"? That, I cannot honestly answer currently. Time will tell... [...] The post Beastgrave – Returning to Warhammer Underworlds appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.

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Join in Armies on Parade 2019

Last year I attempted to get an article published on Warhammer Community about Armies on Parade #armiesonparade. There's no guarantees with these things so I've managed to stop crying about it 😉 and thought I could at least share it here to once again reaffirm how much I enjoy taking part and if you are in this hobby and have painted some figures you should too! Saturday 19th October is Parade day get on down to your local store and join in, here's why:Greetings, I’m Dave Weston and I’ve been hobby blogging for the last 8 years over at Confessions of a 40k Addict. The Warhammer Community Team has indulged my request to champion my favourite hobby event of the year – Armies on Parade. I’m sure most are well aware of Armies on Parade, perhaps even dabbled but for those that don’t it is the biggest hobby event in the world! Each year thousands of hobbyists across the Mortal Realms/Galaxy/Middle Earth (delete as appropriate) showcase their armies in their local Games Workshop. What follows across social med

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[EN/PL] Stirland. Part II. Inhabitants / Mieszkańcy (Deathjacks captain #1)

Welcome!Following the blow, today is the second entry about the team from Stirland.In the first part I presented some information about the land itself and its history, and today I will look at the population of this province of the Empire.         For the entry I used the model of an old nobleman from Warhammer Quest, to whom I added a hat and repainted it to match the color of people from Stirland. I also changed the baseand added the name.I invite you!I. Stirland. Part I. History---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Bunch of bumpkins, if you ask me."—Altdorf merchantStirland does not take kindly to strangers, Elves, or modern ways.Descended from the Asoborn tribe of old, Stirlanders are a short, thickset people, much like their Ostermark neighbours. Dark of hair and suspicious of strangers, their bloodline has remained one of the most pure within the Empire. Some folk point out this is

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Orktober 2019 – Ork-Mech Lootas

Hello! More waves of yellow and blue Waagh are advancing. In this Orktober-post I would like to present you a large unit of Ork Lootas, which was prepared by our fantastic team. The models are a mix of parts from different manufacturers – Wargame Exclusive, Maxmini, Kromlech. The bases are made of spare bits from GW sets, which gathered over the years in our studio. Squads like these require a lot of time to prepare and paint, but the final result is worth it I invite you to see the full gallery below. See you in the next post! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – Ork-Mech Commandos

Hello! Today as part of the orc month I would like to show you a large unit of Orc Commandos made by our studio. As you’ve probably noticed, all models are handmade from Wargame Exclusive, Kromlech and various Games Workshop kits. There’s a lot of work to be done with it, but the effect is definitely worth the time! The barrels and boxes come from the Armoured Munitorum Containers set. Bases made by hand from bits, which we just had in our bitsbox. Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com  

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[EN/PL] Stirland. Part I. History (Deathjacks #1)

Hello everyone!I invite you to the first post devoted to the armed band from Stirland, province of the Empire today.In the next entries I will present to you my Dears a bit of the history of this region and I will characterize the famous "Deathjacks" archers who will be my main inspiration in creating this team.Below the first archer (from the box of imperial huntsmen - from the time when Warhammer was still Warhammer), once a photo of the next waiting to be painted.Enjoy watching and reading!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Tradition is there for a reason: it was found good and worth keeping. Change for change’s sake is a sign of Chaos, don’t you agree?"- Stirland nobleThe Grand County of Stirland is a major and founding Imperial Province that lies within the eastern territories of the Empire of Man. Stirland is a rugged highland province famous for its rural backwater society and the province's close affil

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[EN/PL] Stirland. Part I. History (Deathjacks champion #1)

Hello everyone!I invite you to the first post devoted to the armed band from Stirland, province of the Empire today.In the next entries I will present to you my Dears a bit of the history of this region and I will characterize the famous "Deathjacks" archers who will be my main inspiration in creating this team.Below the first archer (from the box of imperial huntsmen - from the time when Warhammer was still Warhammer), once a photo of the next waiting to be painted.Enjoy watching and reading!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Tradition is there for a reason: it was found good and worth keeping. Change for change’s sake is a sign of Chaos, don’t you agree?"- Stirland nobleThe Grand County of Stirland is a major and founding Imperial Province that lies within the eastern territories of the Empire of Man. Stirland is a rugged highland province famous for its rural backwater society and the province's close affil

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Orktober 2019 – Warboss Ambot Conversion

Hello! Orktober 2019 – today on the blog a quick shot and two converted models of Luther Pattern Ambot. Some orc junk and new heads have been added to the models. Minis are complemented by junkyard bases, which will remain with us until the end of this project. The models will serve as Warbosses in heavy armour. I hope you enjoyed the conversions. I invite you to see the full gallery below. Waagh! Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – Mech-Painboyz

Hey! As promised – time to start Orktober 2019! Painboyz are the first (ok, warboss from yesterday was first ) miniatures we want to show you this month. They are quite hard to convert so we decided to swap heads and make custom bases. We also used some blood effect from Vallejo – subtle but really good! See you tomorrow! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com

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GMG Reviews – Order Battletome: Cities of Sigmar by Games Workshop

In a universe of gods, monsters and supernatural heroes, the normal layfolk of the Mortal Realms often go forgotten. This new book from Games Workshop welds the various races of Aelves, Duardin and Humans into a playable faction Warhammer: Age of Sigmar as the mighty cities built in the expansion of Sigmar’s armies throughout the Realms grow and form their own traditions and unique traits.

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GMG Reviews – Destruction Battletome: Orruk Warclans by Games Workshop

Da Boyz are back in town! This first Hybrid Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar includes no fewer than three sets of Allegiance Traits for the various types of Orruks overrunning the Mortal Realms. The armoured Ironjawz or savage Bonesplitterz can be used as their own Allegiance or combined into Da Mighty WAAAAGH! as a single force. Let’s check it out!

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30-dniowe Wyzwanie Fantastyczne.Dzień 27: Twój ulubiony fantastyczny minerał?

…Upioryt występuje w dwóch postaciach. Podejrzewam, że jego pochodzenie jest pozaziemskie. Większość znajdowanych przeze mnie kawałków miała rozmiary pięści. Był to surowy Spaczeń, który występuje w czarnym, a nawet ciemniejszym od czarnego kolorze. Sprawia wrażenie, że jego czerń jest głębsza niż absolutny mrok - wydaje się, że pochłania światło. Surowego Spaczenia nie można zobaczyć ludzkim okiem, ze względu na sposób, w jaki wysysa światło. Jego krawędzie można określić jedynie dotykiem.Skaveni potrafią również dokonywać transmutacji Spaczenia, przerabiając surową substancję w rafinat, proszek znany pod nazwą Szarego Spaczenia. Ten zaś wykorzystują na rozmaite sposoby. Mogą go spożywać, by dodał sił, albo wypić w eliksirze przed walką, aby podniósł umiejętności bojowe. Stosują go w broni, magii i obrządkach kultowych. Upioryt i Skaveni są nieodłączni…- czarodziej Litzeinreich z MiddenheimSpaczeń to w uniwersum Warhammer Fantasy pierwotna materia Chaosu, która w czasie jego brutalnych narodzin przedostała s

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[EN/PL] The Ranger and the Gnome (Oldhammer Games Workshop)

 Hello everyone!Back to the 80s to minis that are calmly my teenagers (Gnome is!) today.I have a really big fondness for old Games Workshop models.        I have nice associations with the first sessions in WFRP, which we passionately created in the mid-90s, delighting with these old models on the chalk pages of the rulebook.       That is why, from time to time, I will buy a really oldhammer mini and remember it while painting.I invite you to watch Ranger (C07 series) with long bow and Gnome (C11 series 1985) today.Witam serdecznie!Dziś powrót do lat 80tych do figurek, które spokojnie są moimi równolatkami (Gnom jest!).Mam naprawdę duży sentyment do starych modeli Games Workshop.        Mam miłe skojarzenia z pierwszymi sesjami w WFRP, które namiętnie tworzyliśmy w połowie lat 90tych, zachwycając tymi starymi modelami na kredowych stronach podręcznika.       Dlatego też, od czasu

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