I was able to get some more work done on my Imperial Fists army for Warhammer 40000 with my first Unit of 'Scouts with Sniper Rifles'. I have two of these Units in both my 1500 and 2000 point armies. I am also working on a 1000 point list just in case we get into the AdeptiCon 40K Team Tournament when registration opens up this Sunday and I do have one of these Units in that list also. My second Unit is all primed and ready to go, just need to find a some time to sit down and paint again, hopefully by sometime next week they will also be completed. Scouts with Sniper Rifles 1Scouts with Sniper Rifles 1Painting Points: 5
This beautifully painted Forge World Cerastus Knight-Acheron was on display at Warhammer World. The devastation wrought by Knights-Acheron is terrifying to behold. Armed with a fearsome reaper chainfist, twin-linked heavy bolters and an Acheron pattern flame cannon, they are employed as weapons of extermination and to inspire fear in their foes. Nothing will sway their attack until the enemy is utterly crushed, never to rise again from the flame-scoured ruins of their strongholds. The post Cerastus Knight-Acheron appeared first on Felix's Gaming Pages.
I've been under a deadline crunch for a few scenery commissions, so my blog has been getting neglected for the past few weeks. I managed to keep up with my #HobbyStreak however, so I've got a bunch of projects that I'll be posting about this month... Read more »
Wow, December is already here and the final month of 2019.Painting has been a little slow lately, but it has not been a stand still which is good. I have a healthy backlog of models, and once I know what events I will be playing in AdeptiCon 2020, I can kick it up a notch and get more completed. Currently my concentration will be getting my Imperial Fists mostly completed for Warhammer 40000. I am hoping these are the two events I will be playing in, or even happy with getting into one.For this past week, two Units of 'Primaris Eliminators' were finished and now all three of my 'Eliminators' are completed. I also was able to start work on one of my Troop 'Scout Squads' and I am hoping that they will be finished this week.Gaming this past week was just a game of X-Wing this past Thursday on Thanksgiving. My Scum just barely lost to the Rebels 181-172. I am closing in on 20 games of X-Wing for the year (19), so one more game will be played sometime this month.AdeptiCon 2020 r
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today we’re taking a look at Games Workshop’s yearly update for Warhammer 40000, Chapter Approved. Also bundled with this expansion of new scenarios and ways to play Open, Narrative and Matched Play games is a complete overhaul for every Point Value in the game! Psychic Awakening Series – Blood Angels and Tyranids. The Blood Angel Codex is updated with all the new toys from Codex Space Marines along with new Relics, Strategems and Litanies and a spiffy new Mephiston! The Tyranids get to design their own Hive Fleets and Mutate their own monsters along with a few new bespoke psychic powers.
It’s LAST STAND time for the Sump-City Saints! With Mr Bubbles, Wheels and The Leg Man in tow, the Devils make their final move to eradicate the zealous Emperor-Botherers once-and-for-all.
Jeff brings his Raven Guard to battle the Nurgle’s own chosen warriors in this Competitive Format game!
Very similar to yesterdays 'Primaris Eliminators 2', I have now completed my third and final Unit of Eliminators, 'Primaris Eliminators 3'.The good news is that this Unit is needed in my 2000 point list, but not needed in my 1500 point list, but right after I finished the second Unit, I wanted to get right onto the third. It feels really good now to have 3 Heavy Units completed and some more models completed for the month of November. Primaris Eliminators 3Primaris Eliminators 3Painting Points: 6
Just what every mekboy wants; an even bigger `Dread! A smoke-belching, hydraulic monster able to tear apart enemy tanks and smash a side lesser war machines with contemptuous ease. These two were part of a display at Warhammer World. The Ork Mega-Dread is a very large walker vehicle. This monstrosity of a walker is to Deff Dreds and Killa Kans in the same way the Contemptor Dreadnought and its offshoots are to Space Marine Dreadnoughts. Thus these things are actually rare, since constructing one requires a Mekboy of both uncommon talent, and high levels of Orkishness, so a Guardsman won’t be seeing one on every battlefield. I have one on my workbench, but it needs to be finished off… The post Ork Mega Dread appeared first on Felix's Gaming Pages.
Now that Renegade Open is completed, I can move my concentration from Batman Miniature Game over o Warhammer 40000 for awhile.I have received all my models for my Imperial Fists 2000 point list (plus I picked up an extra box of Tactical Squad Marine in case I need point fillers later) and majority of the models are assembled. It is now time to get them completed.The concentration of my painting will be to get 1500 points completed first, which all of the same models are in my 2000 points, but the plan is to be able to sign up for the AdeptiCon 2020 Warhammer 40K Friendly event, and last year that was run at 1500 points.So continuing with wear I left off with my 'Primaris Eliminator 1', I now have my 2nd Unit completed. 'Primaris Eliminators 2'. Primaris Eliminators 2Primaris Eliminators 2Painting Points: 6
Roboute was requested by the client to be painted in Games Workshop studio colours to level 4 quality.
Last night my son and I arrived back from the 7th annual Renegade Open up in Minneapolis, MN. Unfortunately the weekend did not go as planned for me, but at least it was 1/2 planned.Renegade Open was this past Friday-Sunday and our plans were to use Thursday and Sunday as travel days, and play Batman Miniature Game on Friday and Saturday.ThursdayI knew this was going to be an interesting weekend when I woke up to find out we have no hot water in the house and the electronic pilot light was out and I could not restart it. We managed to hit the road around 8 AM Eastern Time and at least the drive was uneventful. We had a couple planned stops along our way. Along the way to our first stop, I managed to get a hold of a local Plumber and scheduled for them to come out later in the day to take a look at the hot water tank.Our first was stop was in Madison, WI at Noble Knight Games, I came across this gaming store on the internet and thought it would be cool to check out and pick up any items
Hello! In today’s post, we continue with the terrains for gaming table. On the pictures you can see models from two sets: Imperial Supply Containers & Crates (Kromlech) and Munitorum Armoured Containers (GW). Boxes and containers are an almost obligatory element of the battle table, which aspires to reconstruct an industrial zone, a transshipment port or a warehouse. They vary in appearance and create modular covers, which can be almost freely modified. Several stacked containers completely block the line of sight for even the largest models. A big surprise was the high quality of the terrains produced by Kromlech. All the elements were cut out in HDF with high precision, perfectly matching each other. The material is not thick and clumsy, but still very durable. Many other manufacturers do not pay attention to such details. GW “gothic containers” are well known – their aesthetics does not suit everyone, but fits in with the general style of Sector Mechanicus. Models painted by o
Now that my interest has gotten back into Warhammer 40000, playing larger games on my existing 4'x4' table is not going to work.When I first moved here to Michigan and setup my mancave, I had thought about purchasing a foldable gaming table and had actually looked in v1.0 of the ALPHA Game Table By Firmer Terra. At that time though, I was no longer playing games that required a 6'x'4 table and elected just for a plywood 4'x'4 table topper. for the games I played like Guild Ball and X-Wing.3 years later and I am now requiring a 6'x'4 for the larger point games of Warhammer 40000. I thought about just purchasing a 6'x4' topper, but having 1' hang over each side would mean that material would need to be made of at least 3/4" MDF, and moving a board that size/weight would be really hard to do (let alone find an open wall to store it against).The past 2 years while attending NOVA Open and AdeptiCon, Firmer Terra has been there promoting their ALPHA Game Table, so when I started looking into tables agai
Crooked Dice were kind enough to send me copies of the resin Hover Car they’re selling based on my design. They’re available on the Crooked Dice site here, and here for 16GBP each. Here’s a quick review of the sample vehicles I received and photographed. First I have to say these are lovely resin casts. They’re clean, have minimal flashing that’s easy to trim or file away and go together well. The parts are also very crisp, and capture all of the detail from the original 3D designs. Some minor changes have been made to improve the ease of casting – they are very subtle though and I only noticed them because I was comparing them to 3D prints of the original files. Each car consists of 7 separate parts. Three of them are new ‘jet exhaust’ pieces that Crooked Dice created for the vehicles. They fit into the underbody and the front vents and give the vehicle a solid base as well as a lovely flying look on the table. The remaining parts are the main body, a separ