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A Painting and Army Building Blog, linked to the Soulwars Starter set and AoS2, charting my progress in the Realms and motivating myself to finish what I started.

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3: Lightning Strikes

3: Lightning Strikes

All models now assembled it was time to put splash a little colour all over them. I had some idea of what I wanted but I asked around, as I am very unsure when it comes to colour choice and colour scheme, and this can cause pauses in painting that last years or the thread never gets picked up again, because i can't decide what colour the sash should be or how to highlight from the base colour I've sploshed on. If I can cut out this indecision and consternation before I even pick up a brush

Nat Westwood

Nat Westwood

 

2: The Rumble of Thunder: the beginning of an idea

"Witness now Sigmar's Power and reflect on your deeds". It was what he told the survivors and the foes, the rescued and the persecutors, all the same. It was what had been said to him at his forging and he dwelt uneasily on the words now, centuries later. What had been his deeds, and were they worthy, he couldn't remember or reconcile all of them, and it was getting worse. He meditated on the tattoo on his face, that the tribe he had once drawn together had inked permanently onto to his features

Nat Westwood

Nat Westwood

1: Unboxing: Dark clouds on the horizon

1: Unboxing: Dark clouds on the horizon

Aqyshy flowed strong in the mortal realms as an inferno globe hung over the my chamber when the package arrived. A metoeric payload landed in the City of Six Towns and I approached with growing excitement to claim the heavenly contents for myself. With two outstretched hands I went to grip the Soul Wars. Mock Heroic aside, I took delivery from Element Games quite happily.  Its a great box set. The slip sleeve art work is sensational, very evocative, and of course production value is high. O

Nat Westwood

Nat Westwood

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