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Let's see how this goes... a collection of battle reports and painting.

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August's AoS day

Another friendly multiplayer day. This time it was three of us playing - Stormcast, Tzeentch and Nurgle. We used the Triumph and Treachery  rules for the first time. Battleplan was holding the centre of the board - blood and glory, I think.  We played without battleline restrictions. Here are some photos from the day. Next time I'll make notes and write a full battle report.    

Shane

Shane

 

WiP Tzeentch models

Slow work in progress on Tzeentch models. I'm being realistic with myself and aiming to basecoat my whole army first. Rather than spend hours on a single model. Will look better on the battlefield.

Shane

Shane

 

Dice

There are times when a hobby treat is more than just a model. Look at these lovelies: I'll be rolling 'em at our next AoS session. For which I will be running a Tzeentch force.  

Shane

Shane

 

A day of multiplayer AoS

On Saturday we played a three-player game, and then followed up with two four-player games (Uneasy Alliances and A Convergence of Fate).  Here are some images: Table setup   Game one   Game two setup   4 player games      

Shane

Shane

 

Colin Dent... a WIP

The basecoat is down on Colin Dent the Colossal Squig. Orange seemed like a good idea at the time...only now do I realise what I've got myself into. This will be my first attempt at shading down darkened areas to bring out the orange in a more natural way. I will also be using a recent tutorial I found for blood effects in and around the mouth area.

Shane

Shane

 

Ruins of Osgiliath to be used for AoS

I'd seen the GW blog post prior to WHF that said they'd be selling these OOP ruins again. I'd missed them first time around as Hobbit/LotR happened during my twelve year break from tabletop gaming.  The ruins were packaged in a plastic zip locked bag rather than the cardboard box.  It was the price tag that made it an instant purchase - £18. This was a painted on Saturday afternoon. I made a mistake during the process by picking up the wrong paint to use. It was only the following

Shane

Shane

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