Showcase: Black Templar Assault Intercessors
I lasted until Imperium Issue 3 until I changed my mind and switched from Blood Angels to Black Templars. It’s not all black ad white though as you’ll find out in this post. Looking at the partworks collection there are a lot of different Primaris…
Tutorial: How to paint Necron Gauss glow effects with Nihilakh Oxide
is post, I’ll show you a super quick and easy way to do the glow effect on Necron Gauss weapons using the unique properties of Nihilakh Oxide wash. Best of all, this basic and straightforward technique translates to a whole lot of other models, so check it out.
Showcase: Necron Warrior (incl. paint recipes)
To prepare for the Necron models in Warhammer 40.000: Imperium, I painted a Necron Warrior test model to come up with a new paint scheme. Here comes the result, and if this model inspires you to do a similar scheme, I included the paint recipes in this post.
Review: Warhammer 40.000: Imperium Issue 5
Issue 5 of Warhammer 40,000: Imperium, the new Partwork Collection from Hachette Partworks, comes with an exclusive Primaris Space Marine Captain model. Reason enough for us to take a close look at this issue (and take some high-res sprue pictures), so here we go.
Review: Warhammer 40.000: Imperium Issues 2, 3, and 4
Warhammer 40,000: Imperium Issue 2 is released today in the UK. In this review, we will not only look at the 2nd issue but also issues number 3 and 4. Brace yourself for for the first wave of Necrons and Space Marines reinforcements.
Showcase: Blood Angel Bladeguard Lieutenant
Welcome to today’s post, where I share the first model I’ve painted from the Imperium Hatchette Partworks magazine subscription. This haemoglobin thirsty warrior is a Bladeguard Lieutenant of the Blood Angels Chapter. With a yellow chest Aquila, black shoulder rims and an orangey red armour he’s best on the late 80s and early 90s way of painting Blood Angels.
Tutorial: How to speedpaint Necron Szarekhan Dynasty armour
In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to get the Ork shanty town terrain from Kill Team: Octarius ready in no time, while matching the colour palette of the Octarius gaming boards. This technique works very well for all sorts of terrain and also Ork vehicles, so make sure to check it out.
Review: Warhammer 40.000: Imperium Issue 1
Tomorrow is the day: The first issue of the new Warhammer 40k partwork collection will be out in the UK. Check your local newsagents and brace yourself for the crusade that is Warhammer 40.000: Imperium, as we take a detailed look at the contents of issue 1.
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