Showcase: Warhammer Underworlds Starter Set (inc. paint recipes)
Underworlds finally joins Warcry and delves deep into the Gnarlwood in the Realm of Ghur. Warbands venture under the trees and into the cavernous root halls to find spilled treasures from the fallen voidship the Eye of Chotec. In today’s post I share stunning cinematic photography of Domitian’s Stormcoven and Ephilim’s Pandaemonium. Want to know how I painted these models? Well I also have full paint recipe cards for you to bookmark or download to keep for free.
Scale Comparison: New Leviathan Terminators
Here comes an epic scale comparison of the new Terminator models from the Leviathan launch box for 10th edition of Warhammer 40.000. I included over 20 models from my collection, from 2nd Edition to Horus Heresy Terminators, Firstborn and Primaris Space Marines, Cadians, Skitarii, and more.
Unboxing: Warhammer 40.000 Leviathan (inc. high-res sprue pics)
We’re thrilled to have our hands on the incredible Leviathan launch box for the highly anticipated 10th Edition of Warhammer 40,000. In this exclusive unboxing, we’ll give you an exciting glimpse of what’s inside. Prepare to feast your eyes on high-resolution sprue pics featuring the stunning Primaris Space Marines and Tyranids models included in this exceptional set.
Showcase: Blood Bowl Shambling Undead Wight and Skeletons
With another Wight and Skeleton player, my Shambling Undead for Blood Bowl and the board game version Blitz Bowl are almost complete. Some pictures in this post.
Showcase: Warcry Stormcast Questor Soulsworn (inc. painting guide)
Unable to dispatch his armies into the thick undergrowth of the Gnarlwood, Sigmar created the Questor Soulsworn. Elite groups of powerful armour clad warriors armed with powerful and devastating weaponry such as Grandhammers. Led by a Questor Prime, the group is also joined by a Knight Relictor. Check out this post to see my painted Questor Soulsworn Warcry Warband, with some insights into how they play and a painting guide recipe card.
Review: GSW FLUOR fluorescent pigments
Today we got the GLOW as we review Green Stuff World’s range of FLUOR fluorescent pigments. Can these make realistic glow effects much easier than painting by brush?
Showcase: Warcry Royal Beastflayers (inc. painting guide)
Heeding the call of their liege, the Royal Beastflayer and her noble entourage sally forth into the Gnarlwood to clear their lands of monstrous beasts. The reality is far from this version of events with the truth being these deluded ghouls are under the influence of an insane vampire with a monstrous hunger. Check out this post to see my painted Royal Beastflayer Warcry Warband, with some insights into how they play and a painting guide recipe card.
Showcase: Blue Horrors of Tzeentch (inc. painting guides)
Gibbering and cackling incantations the Pink Horrors conjure warp flames to hurl and immolate the enemies of Tzeentch. These gleeful daemons bound across the the battlefield and onto the blog today where I’ll share my photos of my Pink Horrors, have a look at their rules and share my paint recipes.
Review: Warcolours Nostalgia 94 paints
Oldhammer fans rejoice, you can now paint like it’s 1994 again! Warcolours’ Nostalgia 94 range is designed to recreate the colours and feeling of the Citadel paint range of the late 90s. Since then, miniature paints have made quite some progress, so I’m curious whether nostalgia paints can keep up with modern paint ranges or not.
Review: Kill Team: Ashes of Faith
Just two weeks after the “Gallowfall fiasco” comes yet another Kill Team expansion set. In our Kill Team: Ashes of Faith review we take a look at both old and new models (but mainly old) and the brand new 2-player campaign system.
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