There has been some delay in the release of this episode due to real work circumstances, but back at the start of August 2019, Chris, Jason and Evan sat down to talk about the new Codex Space Marines (before the dark times... before the Iron Hands) and the first two supplements; Ultramarines and White Scars. What follows is their typical buffoonery.Listen/Subscribe on iTunes Listen/Subscribe on SpotifyListen/Subscribe on Google PlayListen/Subscribe on Stitcher00:00 Intro04:36 Hobby Progress31:11 Codex Space Marines ReviewSongs and SoundclipsBlue Mark- Atlan UrtagKaap mere- BugotakClip 1 and 2- Warhammer TV "By the Will of My Father"
Hello! As promised – it’s time for big toys! I would like to present you two colossal Kharybdis Assault Claws. On the picture above I placed a model of a soldier for Infinity system in 28mm scale. These powerful drop-pods were used by the Legions as a ship-to-ship vehicle to attack enemy spaceships. They also served as a transport unit that carried soldiers from orbit to battlefield. Both vehicles were painted in the colours of the White Scars Legion. Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org / Messenger.
Hello! Time for another White Scars models While organizing the photos I found one of the older folders, containing unpublished photos (not the last one anyway). You can see a really big unit of Outrider Bikes, a few Attack Bikes and Rhino vehicles. Everything was treated with a pretty strong weathering using MIG pigments. I will devote one more entry to the above-mentioned White Scars this week, containing two really LARGE models. Feel warned! Commission painting services – email@example.com / Messenger
Hello! In today’s post I would like to present to you one of my older works. These are the different heroes painted in the colours of the White Scars. As you have probably noticed, some of them contain minor conversions (especially weapons). I hope you will like them! I think that newly published Space Marines codex and White Scars supplement are moving these armies on battle tables again. I keep my fingers crossed! Painting orders – firstname.lastname@example.org or Messenger.
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I’m taking a look at the newest Codex series from Games Workshop – Space Marines and it’s Supplements.
A few items rolling off the workbench this week - More Necromunda Barriers and a White Scars Primaris Intercessor!MORE Necromunda Barriers! I really cranked these out!I have 27 of these now!? In addition to using them in Neromunda - they would make great barriers for any sort of post-apocalyptic game! (I probably should have added in some crates and barrels and other detritus... but you get the idea...)White Scars Primaris IntercessorI picked up a pack of three intercessors back in January or February to paint one up as a Salamander - as Keira had planned to play a Salamander Primaris Intercessor in our Wrath & Glory Game Weekend - if, y'know, we'd actually gotten to the Tier Four adventure...A year ago I painted a White Scars Tactical Marine to use as Trojon Kull - one of the pre-generated characters for use with Blessings Unheralded - the Wrath & Glory Quickstart rules and adventure that was published for Free RPG Day 2018. I liked the look of the White Scars marines, so I decided to do on
Hello! As announced in the previous post, I would like to present you with the White Scars Legion army. This is one of my older works, I finished it a few years ago. Somehow it happened that only now I managed to sort all of the more than 2200 unpublished photos. I will successively add them to this blog, with a short description. As you can see, the vast majority of the models shown are units dedicated to the Horus Heresy system, embedded ten thousand years before the 40k events. In the pictures you will find such units as: Outrider Bikes MKIC Deimos Pattern Rhino Legion Scimitar Pattern Jetbike Legion Javelin Attack Speeder Additionally, a handful of ordinary legionnaires. The army is characterized by a considerable use of battle damages, pigments and weathering effects. Thanks to them the monotony of white is broken. I invite you to see a modest gallery of photographs and see you in the following entries! Commission painting – email@example.com
Hey! In today’s entry we return to my old works. On the photo you can see two Rhino transporters. As you probably noticed, their construction is slightly different from the “40k” versions of this model – the front and sides are different. The upper manholes, equipped with two bolters, are also slightly different. The presented vehicles are marked as MKIC Deimos Pattern and are one of the oldest development versions of this carrier. The models are painted in the colours of the Withe Scars Legion. In the next post you will find quite a large heresy army…. But that’s about it soon! Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org