Simply put, it feels as though Vigilus Ablaze sets out and accomplishes most of its goals. Whatever happens after the events of this story, this is one book I'm not too disgruntled to be carrying around to most of my games. I foresee it getting plenty of use as it brings further life to my games. [...] The post Warhammer 40,000: Vigilus Ablaze – Review appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
So the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge has come to an end for another year. And what a ride it's been! I've minioned for the first time (big shout-out to the Wednesday Warriors!), and I've produced a varied assembly of fantasy figures.So what have I learned?Preparation, above all. While I could get away with doing things on the fly in previous years, work commitments plus the weekly minioning meant that I really should have gone in with a proper plan. I'm severely ADHD and a worrier by nature, so lack of preparation really is the enemy.Try and vary the subject matter. I have so many historical, 40K and horror figs still in the lead mountain, yet this time round it was almost all fantasy, and I think this got me in a bit of a rut. Realistic targets. After last year, when I actually cracked 500 points, I thought I could do the same again. Not so, topped out at 479, worse luck! Time and resources are limited, and I have to take this into account next time.Anyway, enough of the self-reproach, here's
Derek brings his Ironjawz to face my Deepkin as the hunt for Shellington begins!
Hello to everyone!Today, next entry dedicated to minis from the Dunkeldorf Miniatures line, which currently being a Kickstarter and makes 1000% of the standard! I will present the model of Herman Geizhals, mayor of Dunkeldorf, about which you can read something in the following link:Dunkeldorf Kickstarter!The team behind Dunkeldorf consists of Nicki & Nana from King Games (A Miniatures & Hobby webshop based in Denmark), whose vision and ideas of Dunkeldorf are being brought to life in the form of artwork from the talented Mustafa Bekir at Spevna Studios.Awesome sculpts by Sonny Bundgaard.Check also:https://dunkeldorf.eu/https://www.facebook.com/DunkeldorfMiniatures/My Dear Visitor I will focus today in a descriptive version on the French aristocrat and knight Gilles de Rais Gilles de Rais was born probably in September 1405 in Champtocé-sur-Loire. After the death of his parents around 1415, he was under the protection of his godfather, Jan of Craon, a politician and bandi
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I sit down with Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to flip-through and check out the new Allegiance Traits, Artefacts, and units in the upcoming Chaos Battletome: Blades of Khorne for Age of Sigmar.
The battle of the Behemoths commences in Duality of Death!
Welcome! I recently got such a beautiful model to order in a nice old box and so I thought I would move you to the times when GW was selling such delicacies so I invite you today for my first opening of the old box and in it we will see if the model is whole, healthy and most importantly complete.Witajcie! Otrzymałem o to taki piękny model ostatnio na zamówienie w ładnym starym pudełku i tak pomyślałem ze przeniosę was w czasy kiedy GW sprzedawało takie rarytasy więc zapraszam dziś na moje pierwsze otwieranie starego pudełka a w nim zobaczymy czy model jest cały, zdrowy a co najważniejsze kompletny. The box after extraction shows the beautiful and atmospheric illustrations of the war, we will also find what paints we should use to paint the model :). After opening the box I was a little surprised by the plastic dragon because I had the impression that until the end of the nineties all the dragons were metal only the wings were plastic and here it turned out differently and only Asarnil is
Poor Grombrindal sat in a drawer for 15 years but was very happy when he was painted this week.Initially, I more or less dismissed this Juan Diaz sculpt as I was not into Warhammer anymore when I got the mini as a freebie in German WD 100. Luckily, this has changed again and I was very pleased when I found him among my Warhammer stuff.
Shadowspear feels like another reasonable move forward from Games Workshop with Warhammer 40,000. Yet, I fear it comes as a step forward when a potential leap could have been made. [...] The post Shadowspear – Stoking the Good & Bad Fires of 40K appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Warhammer: Champions has a new set coming out in a few weeks; Savagery! PlayFusion were kind enough to send me a couple of brand new cards to preview from the set. [...] The post Warhammer: Champions – Savagery Cards Preview appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Hello! In today’s entry I decided to throw a few Hybrid troops units at once. Your skilful eye will also notice two Acolyte Iconward models – for the sake of photography I decided to mix them with other creatures. The models have a full range of armament. In my opinion Genestealer Cult is currently one of the most interesting armies produced by Games Workshop. I invite you to see a few additional photos Commission painting: email@example.com
I normally have a cooling off period before I buy new Games Workshop releases, as every miniature is turbo-exciting on first reveal and owning all of them is impossible. But the new Genestealer Cult Locus is such an instant classic he was not only pre-ordered but jumped to the front of the painting queue. The sentinel-like pose, with him resting nonchalantly on his weapon in a set of long hooded robes, is one of Citadel Miniatures’ time-honoured sculpting tropes. Chaos Dwarf Khazek Doomlord, Human Wizard Pedregar the Green and one Champion of Tzeentch have also appeared with it. There’s a cheeky little Genestealer tail poking out under the robes’ hem which tells you he’s more than human, and when you get round the back there’s a set of carapace ridges that make you wonder about what generation of Hybrid he is. The shoulderpads I painted with a little Cult icon and a W so when you look at the miniature from above it spells out “CW” – my initials. Not
For its purpose the Victory 2.0 A-case works wonderfully. It provides a somewhat innovative method of taking your miniature armies from one place to another. It's a light-weight, attractive approach that provides peace of mind. All for for very little additional effort compared to more conventional cases. [...] The post A-Case Victory 2.0 – Transporting Miniatures in Style appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Whether you're keen to run a session as dungeon master or to perhaps to play some miniature skirmish battles, then look to the Bad Moon. [...] The post The Bad Moon Cafe – A Hobby Haven in Central London appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Hello to you!I invite you to the first entry with the guest participation of the Dunkeldorf Miniatures model today (featuring Bastet, the cat!)Dunkeldorf Miniatures is an upcoming line of 28mm Heroic Scale Fantasy Miniatures produced in metal. Great adventure will begin on Kickstarter in the spring of 2019 – first Kickstarter will be focused on the characterful townsfolk who reside in Dunkeldorf. The team behind Dunkeldorf consists of Nicki & Nana from King Games (A Miniatures & Hobby webshop based in Denmark), whose vision and ideas of Dunkeldorf are being brought to life in the form of artwork from the talented Mustafa Bekir at Spevna Studios.Check also:https://dunkeldorf.eu/https://www.facebook.com/DunkeldorfMiniatures/And how the Ratcat....The flutist from Hameln or the Ratcatcher from Hameln (German: Der Rattenfänger von Hameln) is known for folk traditions written down among others by the Brothers Grimm.It tells about events that were to happen on Ju