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"
– I wish I could tell you more of the world that was and the end times but that age is lost in the mists and shadows of myth and legend. There is nothing left but shards remembrance scatters across realms. Relics, places, ruins … – Yes, tell me about these places for we seek […]Read more "Paint Job: Numinous Occulum"
I made some DIY wire trees and got them painted too! That’s another Check! on the hobby list. I’m on fire (a very slow burning and flickering fire). The wire trees are made by wire (duh!) stringed together and bent into some kind of tree shape with twigs, branches and roots. The bark is just […]Read more "The Albino Woods "
And now something completely different. I needed a break from my Forgefiend cconversion and painting of the Wyches so I decided to test my old school hobby skills. Forget the promise of progression and crack out the foamcore and popsicle sticks. I didn’t think of taking any photos during the work. Sorry about that. Not […]Read more "Old School Terrain: Town house"