I seem to have some serious first world problems going on… so much stuff, so little time! Several kickstarter pledges have recently arrived and I seem to be running out of space…Where to put all these boxes? More importantly, WHEN to do anything with the contents? I already have several pledges that I have not […]Read More The Others 7 Sins: The Beta and the Omega!
Tzeentch, the changer of ways also has a special place in my heart, (next to Nurgle, Khorne and Slaanesh…) and this group reminds me that I still have some unpainted minis from Warhammer Quest Silver Tower to do. I seem to have jumped the queue abit with this one, a second season Nightvault […]Read More Warhammer Underwear: The Eyes of the Nine
The Blanche is strong with this one. As a fan of Warhammer 40k since it was called Rogue Trader, I have found the new direction of the post-Kirby era GW to be uplifting and with the release of many interesting minis I have begun spending money on them again. Kill Team: Rogue Trader is one […]Read More Kill Team Rogue Trader: The Gellerpox Infected
Forge World’s Daemon Prince of Nurgle! I like this one so much better than the GW space marine daemon prince mini. I bought this second hand some time ago, and now that I have looked at the forgeworld site to see what the name of this mini actually is (turns out it is […]Read More Urutaa / Death Guard: Daemon Prince of Nurgle
Next up of the Shadespire teams is Magore’s Fiends, the Blades of Khorne Blood Warriors: One of the last pair of sets released for Shadespire before they started the new season with Nighvault were the Khorne Blood Warriors with Fleshhound, and was criticized for being too similar to the minis in the Storm […]Read More Warhammer Underwear: Magore’s Fiends
Urutaa is a Maori word meaning “pestilence” and “plague” and “fever”. It is also a sound that evokes “METAL!”. So I will call the whole army Urutaa. Because they kill you FILTHY! I bought heavily into the new editon 40k and especially the Death Guard when they were released. At the same time I also […]Read More Urutaa: A Plague of Daemons
Thumping out the other half of the Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire starter set: Garrek’s Reavers, the Khorne Bloodbound squad of angry, blood-crazed bullyboys. Five of them as opposed to the three Cybermen Stormcast Eternals. Garrek’s Reavers Games Workshop From the Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire base set (recently rereleased as a seperate warband for WU: […]Read More Warhammer Underwear: Garrek’s Reavers
I had a spurt of painting the minis from Warhammer Quest: The Silver Tower boardgame some months ago, but many miniatures have been languishing unpainted. I thought it time to take up a bit of the slack, as it were. First up is the coven of Kairic Acolytes. These are the Chanters of Change, cultits […]Read More Into the Silver Tower: The Kairic Acolytes
Last year I bought a unit of unbuilt Chaos Hounds off Ebay on a whim. Which turned out to have no bases and missing a horn. Sigh. When you buy on the cheap, youse gets whats youse gets. First I stuck them on square cavalry bases, but that looked just wrong. I think I have […]Read More A bit about base 3D printing; also Cry Havoc! And let slip the Hounds of Chaos!
Pedrogo is the leader of the Circle of Chaos. And now the Cirle warband is complete! …apart from the grey death Rhinotaur that I did not pledge for. Regrets, regrets. Pedrogo Cirle of Chaos Oldhammer Warband Kickstarter by Curtis Fell of Ramshackle Miniatures. Metal 30mm base Minivember tally: 30 […]Read More The Circle of Chaos: Pedrogo the Dwarf Sorceror. The Circle is complete!
There are so many different projects cluttering up my workspace, and the Circle of Chaos minis are one of them. Having earlier completed the evil dryad as the first of the seven in the warband, here is number two: The Guardian: A strange one this. Apparently an Empire foot knight with the long limbs […]Read More Circle of Chaos: The Guardian
And the award for most pretentious name given to a class of model 2016 goes to… The Ogroid Thaumaturge! ’cause GW can’t own the more classic Ogre Mage. (“Traumaturge” would have been a great name for this one) After a harrying time fighting through the streets beating up all the little girls and beefy men around […]Read More Into the Silver Tower: Blanka, the Ogroid Thaumaturge