Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Stylus

Members
  • Content Count

    86
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

72 Celestant-Prime

About Stylus

  • Rank
    Retributor

Recent Profile Visitors

792 profile views
  1. Hey Mitzy, have you done any more of those Gork and Mork dice? (sorry for butting in with an older topic, but an Ork player was admiring my the dice I got from you a while back and said he'd love to have a set)
  2. Otherwise known as the Mutalith Vortex Beast. My Disciples of Tzeentch just got a heavy hitter.
  3. For a giddy moment, I thought they might be Brutes, but I was fooled by the dynamic posing against the Bloodreaver. Very cool models though - will definitely find a place in my Ironjaw army.
  4. 'Beasts of Chaos' - does that mean Brayherd and Warherd are being brought back together?
  5. Cost notwithstanding, I'd bet on the Magmadroth being part of the Fyreslayer Start Collecting box. If you look at the existing boxes available, well over half have some large centrepiece model that really sells it. If it were restricted to just the other Fyreslayer packs, then 16 or so infantry models would look pretty weak sauce.
  6. Thanks! Yeah, a Death Guard with bone armour would look cool (although I've not made the jump to 40K yet).
  7. Damn, maybe *I've* probably done this wrong too...
  8. Whatever he lacks in actual tabletop effectiveness, Good Ol' Slambo makes up for in nostalgia... It's a great little model, and nice and quick to paint. I went with bone-coloured armour, partly so he wouldn't be associated with any one single patron god, but also because it would really show up the blood spatter. Slambo!
  9. You could either start a new thread in the Painting & Modelling forum, or start a blog (using the "+Create" dropdown in the top menu). The latter is easy enough and it would be my recommendation. Here is mine:
  10. Welcome aboard - I used to be a longtime forum lurker before taking the plunge and TGA is one of the best I've experienced. Great choice with Ironjawz. I've had nothing but fun building, painting and playing them. It's a great way of updating greenskins to Age of Sigmar.
  11. Do we know if Vandus and Khul will have new sculpts, or repacks of their Starter Box models?
  12. This may be a cop-out, but I just gave them whatever weapons I liked the look of - even the 'weaker' options look great on the model (like the Boss Choppa with the severed head in the other hand) As a recommendation, I'd go with Brute Choppas/Pig-Iron Choppas for the Brutes/Gore-Gruntas respectively, because more attacks is better than extra reach (and you'll never have that many models in combat). I really like the Boss Klaw+Brute Smasha for the Brute Boss - it doesn't always work, but when it does, it can be devastating. For the Ardboyz, again I went with a mix, but that seems to work - Big Choppas to take on the tougher stuff, Paired weapons to get a lot of dice rolling, and a couple of shields for those 6+ saves (with two wounds apiece, I found myself using it more that I thought). I think Ironjawz are a great army to get started with - lots of fun, but nothing too complicated, and you can get up to 2000pts with just 40-50 models.
  13. I love this idea - these pages look great! At a glance, I've spotted one hero missing from the Tzeentch Arcanites: The Curseling (I only noticed because I'm currently painting one).
  14. I don't have anything very rare or exclusive, but having started collecting over 20 years ago, I've got a bit of old lead in the collection: Skarloc the Scout, from the Regiment of Renown set. Sheikh Yadosh, a Dogs of War moneylender Bronzino's Galloper Guns, also a Dogs of War unit And my very first Fantasy miniatures: Imperial Dwarves (colour scheme shamelessly copied from Wayne England)
  15. I love Ironjawz - the Brutes especially were my favourite to build and paint, so you're in for a treat. One thing that helped me: I don't usually paint with sub-assemblies, but I left off the Brutes' chestplates until I had painted the skin beneath (where possible - sometimes the Brute was holding a weapon across his chest and was less hassle to glue it on and work around it). Without the chestplate, it made it a lot easier to get at the face and paint the bare flesh of the chest (which is still kind of visible when the chestplate goes on). (I had mine on the table just last night against a Disciples of Tzeentch force. The Brutes were definitely MVP - romping through a Mutalith Vortex Beast, Pink Horrors, Kairic Acolytes, Marauder Horsemen and Ogroid Thaumaturge. The Mutalith took 13 wounds in a single round - they do like to Duff Up da Big Thing!) Good luck!
×
×
  • Create New...