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  1. Hello everyone. This is John from Mini Master Werks. You might have noticed our ad banner for our Studio X kickstarter campaign. We are here to answer any questions you might have and would appreciate your input. We have roughly 18+ months devoted to making this happen along with multiple artists and companies. Have a look at our project and let us know what you think good or bad as we want feedback. I'll include a link as well as some renderings here. Thank you https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/925919432/studio-x-mobile-painting-studio?ref=ctf28w
  2. Title says it all. Now I know the main reason is that the Ruinstorm daemons are technically named characters of the Horus Heresy, relying on the Ruinstorm to be manifested. But they still have normal 40k profiles, and it is not like they're wielding technology. Now on the flip side, the AoS Daemons also have no 40k rules. While it is nice to have some AoS specific stuff, seems kind of weird to limit daemons to one game or the other, especially since they don't care about the whole Soul Grinder thing (though that doesn't extend to other machine hybrids like Plague Hulks or Forgefiends). You'd think to sell maybe half a dozen more, they'd give some rules for both games other than using them as proxies for generic daemons. Anyone here use Ruinstorm daemon prince models for AoS?
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    Age of Sigmar started out simple enough. But the first General's Handbook changed a lot of things. Suddenly you could personalise a few things for your army with command traits for your general and artefacts for your heroes. Then dropped the first battletomes which included allegiance abilities. And the amount grew rapidly. Because I don't like flipping back and forth in my books for every other ability, I created some cards to help keep the important rules right at the table, beside your models. All cards are available as print files with 3mm bleed and cutting marks, as a 'web' version (for viewing on smartphones/tablets), US letter and DIN A4 printing sheet. each set contains: cover / card backside, Battle Traits, Command Traits, Artefacts, cards for spell lores and faction specific skills card size is 63 x 88 mm (same as Pokemon, Magic, 40k Datacards, etc.) language: English I tried to keep the original wording, but sometimes I had to abbreviate it to fit on the card without scaling down the font size. The rule intentions should still be clear. 'Dice' was continuously replaced with D3 or D6, 'wound roll' with 'To-Wound roll' (same for hit), 'Mortal Wounds' sometimes with 'MW' each set can be stored in a faction specific card box, with contents listed on the back (instructions) If you find any errors or have suggestions, please let me know. I had fun creating these cards and hope people will find them useful and have fun using them in their games. All rules, artwork and the Age of Sigmar logo © Games Workshop PLC These cards are for personal use only and you should always keep your General's Handbook and/or Battletome nearby to solve any conflicts from bad wording on the cards. These cards are only a playing aid and never could nor should replace an official publication. Please let me know if I have used anything you would like to be removed. Overview and changes
  4. Hey there all. Thought I'd start off by saying that painting time comes and goes so it might be sporadic, but I've decided that the best way to kickstart myself from a dry-spell of painting is to not go back to Nurgle's rank and file and bore myself straight back out of the habit, but instead to paint something really shiny. So, as I intend to hit ironjawz and associated destruction forces hard post-nurgle, here is my first orruk in a while. I bought the FW orc bosses a few years ago now but only did a few parts of the Warboss, and never tackled the banner bearer. As the warboss' painted parts are awaiting stripping, it was an easy choice as to what to go for. I recently purchased a whole load of new paints, as I've been scrimping since forever and have grown tired of reconstituting paints that really just want to retire (You can even see some original flip tops in the photo! ). Also, I find citadel's new range recipe to be so much better for some reason. Unfortunately light has faded for today and I don't like painting under unnatural lighting, so all he has is a base layer of Waaagh Flesh, a wash of green, and then a layer of Warboss Green. The chainmail has also been given a drybrush of warplock, then leadbelcher, and a wash of agrax earthshade. The picture makes it look a lot brighter than it actually is, when it gets a bit more further along I'll break out my friend's fancypants camera and lightbox. Also attached is the last orc I painted about a year ago, making the most of what I had. He's a lovely old mini I re-purposed for an as of yet still in-progress orc mordheim gang. They might be done by the time it's re-released from GW's new specialist team. I felt the sword was a bit too 80s and not brutish enough, so it was replaced by a spare from the blorc set. Really not a fan of the emerald-green looking flesh, but still, I feel like I can do better now so looking forward to cracking on and then diving into some Ironjaw Brutes! Also gotta get these guys based, 32mm or 40mm?
  5. Here some pictures from my latest finished project, a Greenskinz 1500pt army I prepared in the past 2 months for my local GW Armies on Parade. Main design cues were Iron age / Conan the barbarian mixed with wasteland wanderers (i.e. Mad Max). Also, the army palette is a sort of gamble on using brown as the main color in order to make the green of the skin pop more. Background wise: The Brain-Scorched Whaaagh is a collection of tribes who got lost in the middle of an extremely arid wasteland in the realm of Ghur. Nobody in the Whaaagh even remembers why, or how, they got there or for how long they wandered among those barren plains. The orruks spend their endless days worshipping the sun, which is all they can see most of the time, anyways. The heat has fried their gray matter so much, that they have taken the sun as the only thing that matters fighting over. In their journeys across the wasteland, they often end up fighting other greenskinz tribes, that get crushed or converted to the ever growing sun-worshipping ranks. Within the Whaaagh, however, the different mobs have all very different opinions on what the Sun true nature is: some say is Gork's blazing shield, others believe it to be the flaming boar that the Green God rides across the skies. During daytime, when the Whaaagh is on the move, the disagreements are normally settled on the spot, with a quick headbutting contest between the mob respective champions... till sundown. At dusk, while starts sun sinking under the horizon, the day's loot gets amassed and giant scraps of rock, metal and enemy corpses get lit in a massive pyre to the Green Gods. With no more enemies to be fought, the orc mobs start arguing again... a thrown Snotling, a spit too close to one's face, and the argument quickly degenerates in a brawl, lasting the whole night, till the sun rises again, and engulfs the orcs in a stupor which stops all squabbles on the spot. It is then, that the giant pile of rocks comes to life, just as the first sun rays touches it. The orcs start chanting around the massive walking idol and start following it as it threads towards a new fight. And it is a new day in the Brainscorcha Wasteland.
  6. Hi All, So in an effort to keep my motivation up when painting (I'm notoriously terrible at keeping to one project) I've decided to keep a track of all my projects in AOS (I also play Horus Heresy but don't tell anyone here - pewpew) in this log (blog?) so I can share what I'm working on, share my passion for painting and hopefully keep going to do more. I've tagged the post with Chaos and Death, as given my tendencies to flit about I know I'm going to dip into both GA eventually. However, I'm starting with Chaos for now. I decided to sell of all my 8th Ed stuff as I had Skaven (and a small Wood Elf force) and couldn't be bothered re-basing. First mistake. Now I'm having to sit and wait to get going properly on the gaming side whilst borrowing a mates Seraphon (shudder) army to use whilst I'm painting and buying away. What I would say is that whilst I didn't play a massive amount of 8th (and never played WFB before then) I'm already enjoying AOS way more than I ever did Fantasy. The loss of battleline being the victory condition and moving to objective based gaming is so much more appealing to me coming from the 40K/30k side of things. I've been in the hobby over 20 years and this is the first time I'm prioritising Fantasy miniatures over Sci-Fi ones. Touché GW, touché. Anyway enough of my ramblings - to the miniatures!
  7. Hey there guys! Just doing a quick update entry to show off the banner bearer. His main body section is now finished, apart from maybe some touch ups (Like the bright silver on his left foot is too thick!). I've decided that the green colour, whilst not maybe as nice by itself as a yellowey natural green, works better with the dark metallic armour, as it is the primary source of colour. The skull on his pauldron seems a bit washed out unfortunately but the rest seems to have been caught well enough. C&C is always welcome of course I have fluff in the pipelines and would regurgitate some now but I'm rather tired, so soon I will do it Enjoy!
  8. Hey there all. Thought I'd start off by saying that painting time comes and goes so it might be sporadic, but I've decided that the best way to kickstart myself from a dry-spell of painting is to not go back to Nurgle's rank and file and bore myself straight back out of the habit, but instead to paint something really shiny. So, as I intend to hit ironjawz and associated destruction forces hard post-nurgle, here is my first orruk in a while. I bought the FW orc bosses a few years ago now but only did a few parts of the Warboss, and never tackled the banner bearer. As the warboss' painted parts are awaiting stripping, it was an easy choice as to what to go for. I recently purchased a whole load of new paints, as I've been scrimping since forever and have grown tired of reconstituting paints that really just want to retire (You can even see some original flip tops in the photo! ). Also, I find citadel's new range recipe to be so much better for some reason. Unfortunately light has faded for today and I don't like painting under unnatural lighting, so all he has is a base layer of Waaagh Flesh, a wash of green, and then a layer of Warboss Green. The chainmail has also been given a drybrush of warplock, then leadbelcher, and a wash of agrax earthshade. The picture makes it look a lot brighter than it actually is, when it gets a bit more further along I'll break out my friend's fancypants camera and lightbox. Also attached is the last orc I painted about a year ago, making the most of what I had. He's a lovely old mini I re-purposed for an as of yet still in-progress orc mordheim gang. They might be done by the time it's re-released from GW's new specialist team. I felt the sword was a bit too 80s and not brutish enough, so it was replaced by a spare from the blorc set. Really not a fan of the emerald-green looking flesh, but still, I feel like I can do better now so looking forward to cracking on and then diving into some Ironjaw Brutes! Also gotta get these guys based, 32mm or 40mm?
  9. An actual update with much more impressive photographs and painting (I hope!). So I put in another couple of hours and the skin is now finished, including a glazed lip thanks to you guys on the destruction sub-forum. Also finished the leather straps (Have cleaned up the left under-arm strap since posting, that red's a bit too wide), so I will be tackling the armour next. Chainmail is also done, I added some Typhus Corrosion in the spots where it's torn and damaged and his skin is showing through, and then gave it a light drybrush with orange, just to show taking care of it isn't really in his ballpark. I do still need to do the lining of the mail shirt, probably a dark grey. The face will pop a lot more I reckon with the eyes and teef done. I have attempted Mitzy's method of stippling on his right shoulder plate and elbow pad, but I don't think it is working out (maybe not a good plan to use GW stipple brush - too coarse?). So I have another idea, to use Warplock, wash with Agrax and Biel-tan, then edge highlight/scratch with Runefang. That's sort of what I did with the old orc model above, though that is a leadbelcher base which may be why it took so many coats. Comments always welcome, hope you like!
  10. Chris Tomlin

    Basiliks

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