Tonight’s game was a three player, two vs one, game of Warhammer 40000, Games Workshop’s futuristic military tabletop miniatures game. I brought 750 points of Astra Militarum. This isn’t a battle report of any kind but a wee breakdown of how my army performed, unit by unit, especially as I brought some things to battle […]
Okay, as promised, an actual model that’s been painted. 🙂 Everyone, say hello to Pastor Niles. Pastor Niles is one of the Ministorum Priests assigned to Major Emerson’s Fighting 27th, a motley collection of soldiers trying to stay alive on the nightmare world of Planet Nine. He’s shinier than expected when seen close up. That […]
Let’s be honest, I’ve not painted him. That’s not any great surprise. But on the next day or two I’ll post what I have been painting using Citadel’s new wonder paint.
I’ve had this model kicking around, unpainted, for years. A couple of editions of Warhammer Fantasy Battle ago. Now we’re in the brave new world of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, version 2.0 no less, and maybe it’s time to splash some paint on the old fella. Also, I’ve been inspired by the recent chat over […]
No, not a sermon on the devilry of over-used plastic surgery but a few thoughts on that other scourge of our times… Warhammer! I had a long term strategy where I wouldn’t use any model that wasn’t fully painted. Problem is my painting speed is glacial. So I have a number of boxes of wee […]
This (and apologies for the poor paint job / image) is Inquisitor Emerson. I play Warhammer 40K. I’m sure I’ve banged on about this in the past. Its not something I hide. Recently I’ve been bogged down in too many miniature painting projects for too many army ideas and, as is often the case with […]
I’ve had these little plastic ratmen for years. Unpainted. Their sad little ratty faces looking at the insides of their box. (This is a Warhammer thing.) After years of not painting them, finally, FINALLY, Project Skaven has begun. I really have no idea how many little plastic humanoid ratmen I have. Over a hundred? Maybe. […]