Stop the presses! I got a little something for all of you, my fellow adventurers. A couple of days ago I showed off my take on Old One Eye. Well, you cannot send the Alpha Leader off to war without his band. Enter the Distractions. I’ll do some proper Paint job post on each of […]Read more "Old One Eye and the Distractions"
Boom! I just finished my DreadTober 2018 entry, the mighty, mighty Carnifex known simply as Old One Eye. The backstory of Old One Eye is pretty well known I guess, it get stranded on Calth, first frozen, then thawed. It trashes pretty everything until Telion, the master sharpshooter from the Ultramarines downs it with a […]Read more "Paint job: Old One Eye"
More progression on my DreadTober entry – Old One Eye. I got the greens down and will move on to the spot colours before tackling the base. That’s one empty pot of paint. Dang! I need to pick up some more. That’s all for now. Stay frosty!Read more "DreadTober 2018: WIP Old One Eye, part 1"
A few years back, Greg over at Greggles Tabletop/Feed your Nerd pulled this community event together called DreadTober. It was basically paint a Dreadnought model during October challenge but for me it was the first time participating in anything like that. I thought it was a ton of fun. The sense of community was great. […]Read more "DreadTober 2018"
The Kill Zone terrain boxes from Games Workshop released for Kill Team are great bundles. A battlefield in a box, saving you some money. I knew straight away that I would pick up a box. At first I contemplated the docklands themed box with six containers, a couple servo haulers and loads of scatter terrain […]Read more "Unboxing: Kill Zone Death World Forest"
Here’s an old long forgotten model for your viewing pleasure. I painted this model with Azazel’s neglected model paint challenge in mind. Easy enough to get done in time. And it was finished way before September ran out, I just didn’t snapped the photos until now. The base is a little bit lacklustre (read undone) […]Read more "Paint job: The Neglected Servitor"
I picked up Games Workshop’s cheap STC Ryza-Pattern Ruins the other day. The kit was first available with the battlefield in a box “Moon Base Klaisus” they released a year ago maybe. The kit is very simple, easy-to-build, no glue required. You can just slide the pieces together. But while the kit lacks scalability and […]Read more "Unboxing STC Ryza-Pattern Ruins"