Many many moons ago, back when Goblins fought High Elves along side cardboard monsters and war machines I had a fun Dwarf gunline that did fairly well in our local shop. Over time, as Warhammer armies grew in scale, my interests waned as I'm a hobby butterfly. The games that retained my interest were smaller scale games like Mordheim and Warhammer Quest due to the ability to hop form one theme to another without having to make a massive commitment to one army. I've not, however, gamed in the Warhammer world for about 12 years. I'd just started to contemplate restarting when the End Times hit and the whole world went kaboom...
It wasn't until Silver Tower's release that I decided it was time to delve into the new Realms. Having spent the last few years on Dakka, my view of things was slightly skewed towards moaning... so it has been really nice to find TGA, so a big thanks to you all for being a nice place to explore
So. Onto the projects.
Silver Tower is going to be the main focus of this blog, though I am tempted to start a small AoS force or two and try to get involved with the global campaign at our local store so I can start gaming again. I'll do some posts on those at a later date when the options are a bit clearer in my mind.
The first group of monsters to be completed for Silver Tower were the Scuttlings. Not my favourite models in the world, so the paintjob is... less than stellar. Definitely a "Could do better" moment
On the plus side, there is also my first attempt at a new (to me) Sigmarite. The Knight-Questor. I decided to go for a dark turquoisey-blue with silver as I prefer darker toned models. Bright, glaring gold armour just doesn't do anything for me at all. I'm still waiting for a delivery of 32mm clear bases for the Questor, so for now you'll have to do with these WIP shots instead. there is still a bit of tidying up to do on him, but I'm much happier with him than with the scuttlings