Sepulchral Guard: Part 2

FINALLY got these guys finished! Like, two months after I started them. My painting progress has went completely out the window since the summer holidays started. I couldn’t drum up the enthusiasm to start these last three guys for a long time, and when I finally did, my flipping paintbrush split, so I had to […]

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All about the base(s)

Greetings, fellow humans! This week, I have mostly been painting bases. When 8th edition 40k came out last Summer, we were introduced to the wonderful world of Command Points and Stratagems. If you’ve anything like me, these useful little extra rules (amongst others) are sometimes forgotten in the heat of a game. Subsequently, I thought […]

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Kill Team Spectre

I’m cheating a little bit this week as these guys are some old models that I’ve just dug out of the display case in preparation for the new Kill Team. I have done some hobby this week though – fear not and read on! I actually converted these guys up for a Kill Team weekend we did […]

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The Sepulchral Guard

I was away on holiday this week so I didn’t get any hobby done, but I realised I hadn’t shared these guys yet, so here they are! The next three loyal minions of Nagash guarding Shadespire from the thieving hands of Order, Destruction and Chaos. I shared the Warden a while back, and I was […]

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The Return of the King

Greetings, fellow humans! This week, I have mostly been painting something Colossal! King Ognob (my Colossal Squig) has been sat on my paint station very patiently for quite a while now, so it’s about time I stuck some (more) paint on him. I’ve yet to use him in a game, but his warscroll got a […]

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Making Cork Bark Cliffs and Hills

After finishing off my Chainrasps last week I wanted to do something big and messy to detox from all the fiddly detail painting, and with the weather being so gorgeous it was a great opportunity to get outside and use some grown-up sized tools and paintbrushes. After our skirmish weekend we’d discussed that we’d didn’t […]

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