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Hobby Post: Aiden's Anvilgard (Origins)

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AIdenNicol444

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In my first hobby post of the blog I'd like to show the origins of my longest running project, my pirate themed Anvilgard Allegiance list. I was given an unopened box of Black Ark Corsairs almost 2 years ago, and from there I was interested in the idea. The aesthetic was something I really liked, but I was disheartened by the rules available (Allies were not yet a thing and the Free City rules were but a glint in GW's eye) so I shelved them, taking them out only occasionaly as a palette cleanser. Over time I acquired more models for this army, always second hand and pre painted, old and forgotten models put aside during the rollout of Age of Sigmar. I hoarded these away an told myself I would get to it, eventually.

I dedicated my time largely to painting my Skaven Pestilens force, and took them to every tournament. At first I got utterly steamrolled, by good players with better armies. But over time I learned how to make the force work, I started to catch people off guard, play objectively and even win games. And I thought to myself "if I can win with this goofy army, surely I can make a mixed order pirate list work".

So I promptly filled a bucket of detol and dumped half a hundred models straight into it. Some were caked thick with paint by inexperienced painters, some were simply a scheme i didnt like or want to paint over the top of. Some made it through the stripping process in tact, others went to the surgery table to be modified with spare bits from other dark elf kits to become servicable again. Here's a look at a few being drained of their detol before some light scrubbing.

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Not pretty, but they would be eventually. Check back next time to see what they would go on to be, more pictures below.36964810_10210506403370328_5861434433986363392_n.jpg.7bc33f44e4c4d16cab1840e4d4366b2c.jpg36915605_10210506404850365_4742002631927398400_n.jpg.d8e8ea67f48d9aade1ed300ecb30b1f5.jpg37071366_10210506403530332_848650370497380352_n.jpg.8b03a52bc852673f059900ed12dfc553.jpg

 

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