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About this blog

Started collecting in dec 2016 after picking up Silver Tower. Used to collect in my childhood. I've dabbled into Mixed Order, Stormcast - Anvils of Heldenhammer,  Wanderers and now I'm on to a, by my standards, ambitiously painted Daughters of Khaine army.

I enjoy painting a lot, and most of my hobby revolves around that. I have little time for playing, but i love theorizing and listening/discussing tactics.  I was fortunate to become a father in the summer 2017 which has seriously decreased the time I can spent on hobbying, but i squeeze in some whenever possible.

I've started this blog to share what I've painted so far, and become a part of the community!

 

My own hobby hereos and favorite contributors are in no particular order:

Vincent Venturella and WarhammerWeekly - The PmP group on google+ is the best painting community I've discovered so far. They have amazing moderaters who pour in a lot of hours giving invaluable constructive criticism.
I also enjoy Doom and Darkness, HeyWoahTwitch  and TheHonestWargamer for the countless hours of  theorizing and thinking about Warhammer that the hobby offers.

Regards
Jens

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Daughters of Khaine

This is my newest project. The idea is an Ulgu based army with the Cauldron as centerpiece spilling out blood, that'll run through all the bases of the army. After assembling and painting the models I've realized I'll never get a witch elf based army finished, so the army will focus on hereos and snakes. Hopefully, I'll add my old childhood metal executioners to the army at some point! But I need to pin all their damn swords first. The scheme is Drow inspired and I pretty much copied a guy nam

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jazzy128

 

Gaming army SCE - Anvils of Heldenhammer

I started collecting this army as I heard about the Armies on Parade. While keeping the scheme somewhat the same, the early liberators were painted with edge highlighting (not the best at that), while on the newer I tried going for a more battleworn look, trying out different weathering techniques. I can't really decide which I prefer, but the latter is the fastest, so I'll probably stick to that. My idea was to use the wings of the prosecutors and prime to create a background, and place them in

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jazzy128

 

Endless spells

With the release of AoS 2.0 I wanted to get with the hype and buy some new models. As I didn't want to start my SCE army all over with the new Sacrosanct units, I decided the Malign Sorcery models were too much fun to miss out on. Got a few of them done in my summer vacation, not putting too much time into them, but enjoying painting them immensely. The scythe is probably my favorite (go check out WHTV Dan's twitter for ideas on how to use the model properly).

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jazzy128

 

Quick painted Wanderers

So, I started making a wanderer army when you could still play War Dancers and eagles as allies. I really don't like painting the same model too many times, but I also wanted to get 30 glade guards done. Because of that I settled on a grey and purple scheme using almost only shades, and I think it came out ok. I managed to get down to 5 hours in total pr 10 models. It's definitely the fastest I've painted so far, but I'm also not 100% hooked on the scheme.  The army is in a strange spot for me,

jazzy128

jazzy128

 

Autumn themed Mixed Order

Inspired by my yellow Stormcast hero from Silver Tower I started collecting a mixed order army, as I couldn't settle on a single army, but was attracted to a range of the different order units. Coming from MTG, I like synergies, comboes and list building a lot. Aesthetically I really like the Sisters of the Thorn, and playwise I thought their spell worked great with a phoenix. And so that became the start of the army.  I prefer the fire phoenix aesthetically to the frost, but with the new points

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jazzy128

 

My start with Silver Tower

(Sorry for the poor pics, I'll get a better setting eventually) These were not painted chronically, but are miniatures i keep returning to for practice or whenever I feel like it. The stormcast model is the very first model I painted, and the reason I started my autumn themed mixed order army. The two Skaven hereos were attempts to follow a guide made by Tyler Mengel on his website using a lot of shade paints. I came to like that style a lot, priming white, and then shading over. I later use

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