Friday, August 9, 2019

The Plaguesworn Hunt

This project taught me a few things about fattening up lithe, muscular models.  I chunked them up by adding green stuff to the thighs and underarms.


Thursday, July 25, 2019

AoS Game Day: The Treasure of Thindrongol Nuk

For something completely different, in July we had a skirmish(ish) Game Day.
 
"When the Necroquake rocked Efengie, it disrupted the Penumbral Engine concealing one of Sigmar’s Stormvaults; a sprawling subterranean duardin labyrinth with a single inscription over its gateway, “Thindrongol Nuk”.  A few days ago, a bandit hiding out in the Painted Spires stumbled upon the vault.  Although she returned to Reaper with the intention of gathering a crew, word travels fast in Efengie."

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Throwback Thursday: inq28

I've lately been really inspired by all of the great blanchitsu, inq28, and aos28 stuff I see online.  I love making bizarre conversions, and am trying to broaden my horizons with regard to painting styles, so it's fun to see what other people are doing.  However, I'm actually no newcomer to inq28.  I bought the Inquisitor rulebook when it came out (I was a high school freshman) and played a fair bit of it with my brother.  I also had the Daemon Hunters and Witch Hunters army books and was inspired by the conversions sections in the back of them.

Anyhow, I dug out some of my old warband models and got photos of them!  They're not great, I was like... 16, but it's kind of fun to see what i was up to all the way back then.

This first picture is of Inquisitor Heep (a play on Uriah Jacobus), a weird servitor thing I made, a Necromunda ganger, and a zealot.


Monday, July 1, 2019

Shadespire: Slaugrik's Exiles

Slaugrik detested this place.  It disgusted him and left him unsettled.  A city of death went against everything the new god stood for.  It was static and cold, rather than caught in an endless cycle of death and rebith.  He never thought he would, but tonight, he wished for the corrosive skies of his homeport, Barak Thag.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

40k Warscrolls: Imperial Allies

A project that has been on my to-do-list for a while now is warscrolls for the contents of the Rogue Trader box as well as the characters from Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress.  I've completed the Imperium half of it (haven't even started the Gellerpox warscrolls yet).  The warscrolls are now available as part of the Battletome-Imperium on the 40k warscrolls page.

First up is the Rogue Trader him/herself!  My favorite thing about this one is the "Loaded for Zoat" ability.  The Inquisitors all have a keyword that they hate, and I thought it'd be fun for the Rogue Trader to have a personal problem with Monsters.  Of course, their real strength lies in the Warrant of Trade, which allows the Rogue Trader to bribe enemy units into submission!


Rogue Traders also get the same Allegiance treatment as the Inquisitors.  They plunder all over the galaxy and so can take Command Traits and Artefacts from any army!

Thursday, June 6, 2019

AnimosityI

Last weekend I ran one of the many Animosity events that took place around the world.  You can read up on it at www.animositycampaigns.com if you're interested in learning more, but I'll review some of its interesting facets below!


Friday, May 10, 2019

The Soulless Seas pt. 4

Last weekend, I ran A Storm on the Soulless Seas, the climax of Game Day Season 5.  We had a lot of fun and learned a few things about my homebrew naval battle rules.