Review: Flesh-eater Courts Army Set
Introducing the latest addition to the Era of the Beast – the Flesh-eater Courts army set. Packed with a formidable Abhorrant Gorewarden, a revered Varghulf Courtier, a loyal unit of 20 Cryptguard, and three gallant Morbheg Knights, this collection finally brings the delusions of the courts to life. Stay tuned as we explore the contents of this set, including the exclusive launch edition Battletome.
Showcase: Tyranids Hive Fleet Kraken Hormagaunts
In the relentless dance of cosmic predation, Hormagaunts emerge as the embodiment of unyielding terror. In this showcase, I bring forth four meticulously painted Hive Fleet Kraken Hormagaunts, the dynamic poses capturing the chitinous horrors at the zenith of their ferocious onslaught.
Showcase: Legions Imperialis Iron Warriors (inc. painting guides)
On today’s blog post I share my tiny tanks and troops. The new Legions Imperialis box set features Legiones Astartes (Space Marines) and Solar Auxilia (Imperial Guard equivalent). This game is set during the Horus Heresy so because it’s one big civil war the forces are all the same on both sides. So you can take this box and make one big army or a Legiones Astartes army vs Solar Auxilia or even two armies with a mix of both factions. For me, I wanted an Iron Warriors force.
Review: Necrons Overlord with Translocation Shroud, Imotekh The Stormlord & Orikan
Unleashing cosmic power and unyielding might, a triplet of Necron Overlords accompanies the release of the 10th Edition Necrons Codex – Imotekh the Stormlord, Orikan the Diviner, and the Overlord with Translocation Shroud. In this review, we delve into the new kits and cover all assembly options and details.
News: Our first merch collection (and new mascot!)
Today is a special day because after 12 years of Tale of Painters, we finally got a mascot: Topsy, the skull-shaped painting thrall. Topsy will not only accompany us in our future blogging endeavours but is also the star of our very first merchandise collection. Find out more in this post.
Review: Legions Imperialis (boxed set)
It’s war on an epic new scale – literally. Legions Imperialis takes the Titans and aircraft from Adeptus Titanicus and Aeronautica Imperialis and adds infantry and tanks to the mix. In this review, we unbox the Legions Imperialis launch box, take a closer look at the sprues and rules, and address the question of the new Epic scale once and for all.
Showcase: Warcry: Crypt of Blood terrain
The gloomy crypt of Noctis in Shyish is the setting for Warcry: Crypt of Blood. The box contains six new terrain pieces, and I didn’t miss the chance to paint them for my terrain collection. Find out how in this showcase post.
Review: Warhammer 40.000 & Age of Sigmar Christmas army boxes (inc. savings breakdown)
It’s that time of the year again when Games Workshop bundles up a set of army boxes offering savings of up to 40% compared to buying individually. This year, there are six Battleforces for Warhammer 40,000 and four for Age of Sigmar. Based on the experiences of previous years, they’ll sell out fast, especially at independent retailers, so preorder now. But which boxes are particularly worth it? Here comes our review and savings breakdown.
ToP Tip: Visual comparison of all 61 Contrast, 89 Speedpaints, 59 Xpress Colors & 36 Dipping Inks
In this updated post, you will find all my hand-painted and professionally photographed paint swatches for all 61 old & new Citadel Contrast paints, all 89 Speedpaints 2.0 by The Army Painter, 24 Dipping Inks by Green Stuff World, and now also all 59 Xpress Colors from Vallejo. This should make it easy to find the perfect “one coat” colour for your next project.
Showcase: Flesh-eater Courts Abhorrant Archregent and Charnel Throne (inc. painting guides)
Perched on his throne of lies, the Abhorrant Archregent rules all before him speaking his madness to all who lay eyes on him. Don’t worry though, you won’t suffer cannibalistic delusions if you read this blog post, instead you’ll be greeted with top quality photographs and painting guides for Flesh-eater Courts Charnel Throne and the Abhorrant Archregent.