Using a primer for your miniatures is a must. Without it you will only undo all your hard work. So, I have a list of some primers that work great. I also have some tips when using sprays to avoid common issues, like fuzziness, or obscuring details.
The Chaos Defiler is something we all want to love because it looks awesome. Yet, historically it's been a poor choice. However, since the release of 8th edition has this daemon engine finally found a spot on your roster?
I recently picked up two Frontline Gaming mats: Snow Covered Cobblestone City and Grasslands. I wanted to share some pictures of the mats and what I think about them. I'll definitely be getting more of these in the future.
Darktide is the second to fall for the Disciples of Twilight. He's since ascended to daemonhood and lives on as a Daemon Prince. Also, here's a bunch of pictures of him, complete with his new snow basing to match the rest of the army.
My wargaming journey started with Warhammer Fantasy, 15 years ago when I was a young lad of 10. Pretty early on in my gaming career my FLGS ran a Border Princes campaign with somewhere around 8 players. Every week, we’d have to meet up, write down our moves on little scraps of paper, and then
I painted these Chaos Cultists years ago, both squads of them. Recently I did some updating to include a better snow basing technique I use. So, I finally went ahead and took some pictures of both squads to showcase.
My Defiler (Ragefist) was a fun model to paint. Sadly, he's not very good in games, but I enjoy the model. So, he's sees a game now and then even though he's not amazing in game. What can I say? I'm a casual gamer who likes cool models :)
I painted these Chaos Rhinos years ago originally. Recently I did a little updating on them by adding some weathering, as well as some snow on the tracks to tie in with the rest of my army. So, I took a bunch of pictures of them. Enjoy!