At my FLGS we started up a Crusade of Fire campaign with 21 players. I’m playing my Chaos Marines and wanted to do a narrative battle report of my 1st game.
<span class="vcard">Thor</span> (Page #14)
I have been in the miniature hobby since 2006 when some friends introduced me to Warhammer 40K. I'm a huge fan of Blood Bowl and I have an endless collection of teams for it. I love painting miniatures and teaching people how to paint. I also really love blogging, so I've combined those two passions here.
I set out to fully magnetize a Maulerfiend/Forgefiend so I could use it as either. It’s not hard to do, but it does require some time and quite a few magnets. However, it’s well worth the effort considering the cost of the model. Here’s a full walkthrough.
I finished painting 10 Bloodletters over the weekend and here’s some shots of them. The shots aren’t great and I’ll do better ones soon.
This is the second, and final, part in the story of the beginnings of Disciples of Twilight, my Chaos Marines warband. Feedback is welcomed.
I’m finally going to get back to writing fluff. This piece is for Disciples of Twilight, my Chaos Marines warband. This beings their story.
After a long road of working on these Obliterators they are finally painted. This was my first real attempt at object source lighting too.
My Two Tankbustas with tankhammers are complete. I had to get them done for a tournament at my FLGS this month. Here’s a few shots of them.
I have always enjoyed campaigns. They’re a fun way to change up 40K games, create stories and generally have a good time.
After working on Chaos Terminator for a while he’s finally complete. I wanted to test out my paint scheme and I’m really happy with it.
My Plague Champion is finally completed. I took a bunch of shots of him, though they came out darker than I wanted. Check him out.
This is a short editorial about what Warhammer 40K means to me. It’s a hobby, it’s a game, but it’s more than that in the end.
Here’s some shots of my first Khorne Berzerker. The goal was dark yet clean and I think I accomplished that. Check him out.