Watching my daughter painting her Sequitors got me hooked and I bought some more for myself... If the rumors are true and the upcoming Warcry is the AoS version of Kill Team, I want to be ready when it hits the shelves.
Hello to you!I am currently continuing the construction cycle of my Averland band and add the captain of this yellow-black team.I took the Landsknecht model from Warlord Games again, adding to it the Empire soldier head from Games Workshop.As a bonus I will add a hand-made road sign with very special tablets;)I used some bits from GW, and skulls and corpses are a gift from Rotten Factory.I invite you to watch! Previous entries:Averland. Part II: The BergjaegerAverland. Part I: Von Kragsburg Guards #1 / Straż Von Kragsburga #1"The Averlanders are not so bad for people, they have a hard character, they stick to the word and they do not mess with their nose like the Reiklanders, they brew the best beer in the south! It's not as tasty as ours, but at least it can be swallowed!" - dwarf merchant.The Captain of a mercenary warband is typically a middleaged veteran soldier of the Imperial army, most likely he was a sergeant or other petty ofﬁcer. The survival of a mercenary warband relies mo
Games Workshop have updated the list of banned and restricted cards in Warhammer Underworlds. Stephen is here to tell you if these changes might result in earth-shattering alterations or a gentle breeze within the meta. [...] The post Warhammer Underworlds – Updated Banned & Restricted List appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Hello! After an intensive last week – we are not slowing down! In today’s short entry you can see the “Lord Executioner” model for the recently released Nightgaunts faction. This army is definitely on my list “I want to have in the future”. Beautiful figures, perfect atmosphere, solid rules… I must admit that Games Workshop is on top. Company fills us with novelties, announcements, new armies and everything represents a decent level. I just can’t wait to see what the rest of 2019 will bring. Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org
Back into Tzeentch’s Silver Tower! But this is not just any Silver Tower, this is a Silver Tower stuck in the past – when metal miniatures reigned supreme. I’ve painted six Citadel Tzaangor from 1990 – the greatest of all times. (Ha! Sly goat reference!) Left to right: Ougoatlas, Rameses, Lambeses, Hornus, Iry-Horn and Phuroah. These are all wonderful Bob Olley sculpts that are packed with weird and flamboyant details like the exotic head-dresses, ornate armour, and bizarre codpieces. Two of the Tzaangor in the range didn’t see release as their obscene helmets were spotted in time. (You can see the notorious unreleased versions at CCM.) Tzaangor kidding about in the ruins of a Chaos Temple. Tzaangor have “brightly colured or exotically patterned fur” according to Realms of Chaos, so I went for an unnatural turquoise colour. I’m unsure if the combination of bright colours and smiling anthropomorphic animal fuzz pushes them into My Little Pony territory,
Are you unsure about getting an airbrush? Well, you should. Honestly. Then you can take advantage of our articles about starting airbrushing. Here's part one! [...] The post Where To Start With Airbrushing: Part One appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Tomb Kings project has recently been completed. So it’s time for another army in a miniature 10 mm scale. It will be an army of the Empire, full of pikemen, mages, cavalry and shooters. Some of the models are classic GW designs, many of them will come from independent manufactories. In first post I would like to show you a few commanders. For some of them we have prepared small dioramas. Below gallery Commission painting – email@example.com
Hello everyone!I invite you to the first review of a set of models that I received from Samuel from SABRE Miniatures. today.The Spanish company specializes in the production and sale of 28 mm resin half-size models (there are more nations in the pre-production!) stylized in the Middle Ages, and more specifically the Hundred Years War between England and France.The models look very good and preparing them for painting does not require a lot of time.In the ever expanding range of SABRE Miniatures we have various infantry formations of halflings and a fantastic cavalry of a small people on ... donkeys :)Check it yourself:http://sabreminiatures.com/index.phphttps://www.facebook.com/SabreMini/And as part of the storytelling, I invite you to read the text on the second theme (the first Battle on the Green Fields) of the most important battle of Tolkien's hobbits, the Battle over the Water. The battle took place on November 3, 3019 TA (Third Age) in the Shire area. It was the
Pious Vorne, Taddeus the Purifier, ShadowGuide and Locarno set off once more into the Blackstone Fortress in an effort to secure more Clues for another Stronghold Assault!
Hey! Today I would like to show you one of the biggest beasts fighting in the Genocult army. It is Broodlord, which I had the opportunity to paint some time ago. The model very much reminds me of a figure from Space Hulk game – similar sculpt, similar position of limbs. I like the model itself very much. It is very dynamic, full of details and completely “alien”. It’s a pity that the Genestealers themselves have such old and bad models…. But you can’t have everything – maybe they will get some refreshment on the occasion of the new Tyranid codex? Meanwhile, I invite you to see a few photos and visit the blog regularly Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! I’m publishing today the last post with Tomb Kings army for Warmaster. In the two previous entries you could have a look at individual units. Below you can see a few photos of commanders’ bases and a group shot. I must admit that it was nice to return to the desert climate. I’m curious if in Age of Sigmar this faction will be resurrected one day Painting orders -email@example.com
It’s time for another GMG Review! This time we’re taking a look at the latest Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Flesh-Eater Courts. Check out the review of the Skaven Battletome HERE: https://youtu.be/ncjx_fFVbgA
It’s time for another GMG Review! This time we’re taking a look at the latest Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Skaven. Check out the review of the Flesh-Eater Courts Battletome HERE: https://youtu.be/S5rpKNn3318
Day 49 of the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge, and we're past the halfway point.I'm just past the halfway mark on my own 500 point target as well, so all going according to plan, I might just squeak through...So what have I done since the last update? Let's take a look!The brutish Manticore, a staple of the medieval bestiary - a Reaper Bones figure which will give any band of adventurers pause.A Reaper Bones 'Avatar of Resilience', a humanoid rhino, now repurposed as a Broo with the addition of goat horns and weeping sores. Broos are the chaotic bringers of disease in Greg Stafford's world of Glorantha, the setting of the wonderful RPG RuneQuest.The Durinhold Tectonics, a Blood Bowl Sevens team yet to make it to the top-flight leagues. But they're a plucky lot and will undoubtedly get some reinforcements soon! These were old Blood Bowl figs from the 1990's, so the basing scheme was an homage to the Oldhammer Era. A moment of silence, please, as we remember Citadel Goblin Green, the most popular basing col
The Sewer Scum return to face Khorne’s Marauders. With both warbands nearly broke after their first altercation, it’s time for a Wyrdstone Hunt!