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  1. I am a fan of all of them, so if I like the game I'll likely get them all, but I'm not hugely keen on the cypher lords helmets. For me, it's the iron golems, really brutal and I like the inclusion of an ogor and chaos duardin. Otherwise corvus cabal.
  2. Of note, GW just released today an article on WC. Preorder this weekend, doing a deal wherein you choose any 4 base, 3 contrast, 2 shade, 1 technical and they'll be at a discount. Curious to see if that competes with other seller's discount on GW products however.
  3. I mean, if you don't mind me asking, where are you stuck at? If you post a picture of your work is be happy to give tips (unless you already outstrip me!)
  4. I think that's the key take away from this, beginners can go to having decent battle ready forces with a more forgiving painting process (nothing like making a mistake brush stroke on a finished multi layer area...), And those of us with more experience can use these to jump to more complex parts of the process or experiment with their properties. Pete the Wargamer has done one on their use over metallics, snakebite leather over leadbelcher looks like an excellent pain free way to get a quick bronze.
  5. Honestly having seen the pro video on wc, and mengels work with them, I'm very interested. I'll be testing them out before buying but I can see them being very useful. As someone who considers themself intermediate to advanced, I see these being very useful. Not so much for doing more grimdark muted work, but standard stuff like my aos schemes will benefit greatly. I hate basecoating. I struggle to get through it to highlighting which I really enjoy. As such this will greatly speed it up. First go will be on looncurse.
  6. I have the ironjawz cards. Last time I checked, they haven't changed. If they ever do, simple sticky note, job done.
  7. My main thought would be that your snufflers aren't going to be in range of the squig hoppers/bounders for long ,and the herds are too small to be worth the buff/survive to reach your foes. Snufflers are best paired with big blobs I reckon. If possible I'd try and amalgamate them, reduce the number of snufflers and try and get a blob of grots in.
  8. Just to say, I believe it was the 6th edition o&g book that mentioned small/juvenile orcs crawl/appear from dung heaps in old orc camps, which reinforces the fungus idea. Anyone got any idea of solid initial purchases? I need to test some schemes - usually don't go for the standard but cream robes I've done in the past are time consuming.
  9. Agreed, I can see him being the primary choice for generals, then the troggboss for themes.
  10. Considering the art of the army marching featuring moonclan, troggoths, and spiders, I imagine they will be rolled in together. Personally perfect for me, my arachnarok has never seen the table!
  11. The rest of Spiteclaw's swarm, and at least 1 Knight-Incantor. Stretch goal: Warhammer Underworlds in some form, probably Nightvault.
  12. Skritch finished, and won the painting competition he entered.
  13. Not including things from my Warhammer fantasy days: Ironjawz: 20 brutes 10 ardboyz 3 gruntas 2 warchanters 1 weirdnob 1 megaboss Destruction misc: 1 arachnarok 1 goblin shaman 1 fungoid cave shaman 5 boar Boyz 5 savage boar boy maniaks 1 savage boss 1 orruk warboss with banner Nurgle: 5 blightkings 20 plague bearers 6 nurglings 3 plague drones Horticulous slimux Sorceror 10 chaos warriors 5 marauder horsemen Lord of afflictions Lord of plagues Stormcast: Soul wars + the easy to build sequitors and castigators
  14. Thanks. Not too long no, simply blending in my wet pallet between metallics. The weathering was just nihilakh oxide and nuln oil mix. Also applied nuln oil to shadows which made a big difference dimming the shine of the metallic paint. I haven't painted the helmets top spikes as I intend to make them gold. His left arm armour is bright, but the light source is directly above do the shine is on top, as photographed.
  15. Been working on Spiteclaw as a competition piece. Got a week to get him, and potentially the rest, done.
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