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"
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"
I’ve started working on a bit of terrain, trying out the paint scheme for my Promethium Refinery. I think I mentioned before that I wanted to painted yellow. Anyway I did and it took me a good three four coats to get a solid yellow on the panels. You can see the big Refinery tank […]Read more "WIP: Thermic Plasma Regulators"
What’s the point of having decently painted minis if you have them fighting over a couple of books and beer cans on the kitchen table? Having wargaming terrain is just as important as having … well, minis. I mean you could play the game with tokens and markers instead of models. I have a decent […]Read more "The Promethium Refinery"
Have you ever painted a model, unit or terrain piece only to forget how you did it? What paints did I use? What techniques? And in what order? You know you forgotten all that. I have. About a gazillion times. When I started painting my Shardwrack Spines I knew that if they come out looking […]Read more "Tutorial: Painting bleak and dreary Deathworld terrain"
My Shardwrack Spines are all done and I’m really happy with the result. And it was quick too. If only I could paint units at the same pace … Anyway the paint job is simple but not rushed. I wanted the Shardwrack Spines to have weird feel but not a psychedelic one. This is not […]Read more "Paint job: Shardwrack Spines"
To celebrate having finished building the Lord of Skulls (good excuse, right?) I picked up a box of Shardwrack Spines. Games Workshop released this along with a few other kits of Deathworld terrain not so long ago. The kits didn’t really make a splash in the community and have spent the months gone by rather […]Read more "Unboxing: Shardwrack Spines"