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  1. Turragor

    Turragor's Progress

    So I'm a slow painter by and large. I need to learn speedy tricks. I'm not going to post what I've painted to date (I'll include one pic I put in the display army thread elsewhere) but things I'm currently working on. The past two and a half weeks my evening hour or two has been spent on 2 concussors. These guys are quite the challenge to paint! In effect it's another LCoD from the starter set with a few more details. The first one is 99% complete and here he (or she) is! The 2nd concussor is maybe 70% complete and is next up. After that I've got 5 x paladins to build and paint, 5 x liberators to build and paint and then 4 x liberators to paint. After that, well I'm thinking of a style and faction change. Plus I've got Silver Tower to paint. We'll see! There's months of work ahead.
  2. After a long while I decided to start some kind of a blog on this forum as I come here quite often and it would be good to leave some trace of my Warclan. The idea of starting a Bonesplitterz army came to my mind after seeing the new Battletome which for me had the same vibe like the oldschool Orcs&Goblins Rulebooks from the 90's when I used to play. As a sentimental hobbyst I decided to use that occasion and bring back the whole range of boyz since the 80's till last plastics. Going through the book it gave me an idea that the oldest models would be perfect for regular boyz as they were much smaller than latest Savages (they are ****** in the game anyway) and the new plastics fit the best as Morboyz, Maniaks and Stabbas. Big and Brutish. So I started browsing on eBay... spent a lot of money and got me a lot of boyz to paint... for next couple of years. I'll add all pictures gathered through last year+ of creating the Warclan. Starting with my recent achievement - The Armies on Parade. I took part in Games Workshop Warsaw (Poland) and won as The Best Scenery and The Best Themed Army. Though the competition wasn't that big (only 4 people taking part in Age of Sigmar in the shop) creating the Warclan and the scenery was a lot of fun. Here are some pictures of the Wayang Topeng Warclan. Enjoy and get ready for the story to begin.
  3. Hey Everyone! I thought I would get the ball rolling on the painting threat as it's looking a little 🐻! With the impending GW paint price hike, the Internet is in a fit of panicked rage to ensure that ALL grey plastic has been painted prior to this deadline. Don't you miss out! This year will be the year of paint more than you can buy. I may have said that before but this year will be different .... hopefully. I have a stack of stormcast to paint including the prime, vanguard stuff and soulwars. Looking forward to getting these all finished so I don't have to paint another one ever again. I have the remaining malign potential spells to paint which proved good fun to paint last year and helped break up the monotony of yet another stormcast. Depending on what happens if anything I may get some high aleves rebased and painted. I have a few craftworld start collecting boxes I would love to get on the table to join the masses of smelly, miserable, 40k players who hate the game as much as they hate themselves. I would love to get a kill team sorted as that seems like fun and have a box of BA tactical marines ready to roll. Saying all that, sat in front of me are two knight model from the Harry Potter range, Bellatrix and Wromtail. They are pretty cool, about the same height as a stormcast but considerably thinner and likely to break. I'm looking forward to getting cracking this year by dedicating a little time but often in the mornings before I get to work. So that's my plans but more importantly what are you putting on the painting desk for 2019¿? (Pics if you have them)
  4. Event Title: FaceHammer GT 2019 Event Author: Terry Pike Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 09/21/2019 12:00 AM to 09/22/2019 12:00 AM FaceHammer will be running its 4th Grand Tournament on the weekend of the 21-22 of September 2019 at the Element Games Northwest Gaming Centre in Stockport. We will also be doing stuff on the Friday (20th) similar to previous years! Ticket sales and pack details to follow. These will be similar to last year! FaceHammer GT 2019
  5. Terry Pike

    FaceHammer GT 2019

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    FaceHammer will be running its 4th Grand Tournament on the weekend of the 21-22 of September 2019 at the Element Games Northwest Gaming Centre in Stockport. We will also be doing stuff on the Friday (20th) similar to previous years! Ticket sales and pack details to follow. These will be similar to last year!
  6. This is a collection of projects, which I partly started since 2017, but didn't do much since. Partly they are opponents of other projects. The first post is a collection of the lists. Later a short review of the years 2017 and 2018 will follow. Skaven (Clan Machi) Nurgle Darkoath Khorne
  7. Hi, this will be a big one (actually like most of my projects). Here I have a project that combines most of the aelf factions. Some of this stuff was actually in blogs before. Here are the actual armylists, structures as the Aelfengroups and subgroups Frostaelfs Fyreaelfs Shadowaelfs Not definied aelfen groups Next will be the stuff I already posted in blogs. Fanmade Battletomes latest release: Brotherhood of Korhil current Version
  8. Two years ago, I started collecting Sylvaneth and Blades of Khorne for AoS. Despite the fact that I play miniature games for more than 10 years, Sylvaneth are my first fully painted army (unlike some of my Warmachine stuff that has been sitting half-painted for years) - there's just a handful of models left to finish. I really like the look of the models and I had a lot of fun painting this army. During the next few weeks, I will post the pictures of my painted Sylvaneth models, as well as some of the stuff that I'm currently painting. So, let's kick this off with my Sylvaneth Wildwood:
  9. TheWolf

    January 1

    Started work on my converted Branchwraith. Have it almost all the way painted; just have to finish off the base.
  10. PessJerk

    Twitch Streamers

    A place to list streamers of modelling of Games Workshop items. Ill start the list with a few that i follow. Please feel free to add more. Slow Fuse Gaming TabletopGamer.com Jabeel - Tabletop Gamer Crew Sault Chef Mi Cho Kenny Boucher - Next Level Painting If your'e looking for inspiration or something to get those hobby juices flowing i find streaming works really well.
  11. Hey everyone! New here to the TGA forums and I'm looking for some thematic advice for my Sylvaneth! Fluff wise, my wargrove fled to the savage lands of Ghur at the height of Nurgle's invasion of Ghyran, and I have modeling ideas to reflect this (skulls and bones, green stuff feathers, spite heads for revenants etc.) But what I'm really struggling with is finding a good colour and basing scheme to reflect the realm of Ghur they inhabit. Any experienced painters and sylvaneth players have some ideas? Thanks!!
  12. I recently found a huge stack of White Dwarfs from 98-2001 in the loft and it completely rekindled my enthusiasm for the hobby. I was around 11 back in those days and so never painted many of my models. This is my first attempt at my first 10 warriors from my ever growing fully Duardin, Dispossessed, KO, Fyreslayer and Dwarf army. I'm looking to keep this colour scheme going through the army. I'm using Local Highland slate for the bases, if anyone has any tips on creating a more Scottish Highland feel to bases let me know.
  13. It seems that every time I get a 2000 point army painted for AoS the rules change or the army gets a new book and I just don't have the motivation to paint a whole new list in the same colour scheme. I'd planned to start nighthaunt with the release of AoS 2 and take them to blood & glory, but having made a start I wasn't particularly enthused about painting or playing them and didn't feel like they were pushing my painting like I should be. However I'm a very slow painter so if I was going to do something new for b&g it'd need to be something low model count that was fun to paint to keep my attention. Ironjawz certainly seemed to fit the bill and also appeal to my haphazard playstylez so after some scouting for colour schemes 'Da Rusted Claw' was born. I've managed to pick a list which is only 7 units, and put together a schedule that may just be achievable so the race is on. Here's a photo of my test model and I'll update later with the rest of the first unit EDIT: So I made it to B&G, and although looking back on the army now and comparing it to the stuff that I am painting now to add to it, the original 2k definitely looks a bit rough and ready, I'm chuffed I did it in 2 months essentially. I've bought a cheap and cheerful light box to allow me to get some better photos, so I'm updating the first post with some actual photos of the finished army.
  14. -Gallery- I will post completed and more professional pics as I finish up projects but this is my theme. WIP
  15. Fulkes

    Shaking the Rust Off

    Darkness falls across the land The midnight hour is close at hand Creatures crawl in search of blood To terrorize y'all's neighborhood And whosoever shall be found Without the soul for getting down Must stand and face the hounds of hell And rot inside a corpse's shell -Nagash (probably) I'll be honest, I've never finished a project with as many models as we can bring to a game, and so I decided to try and do something to keep myself on task and motivated to actually finish: post stuff on the internet. The general idea I've settled on is to have very rusty skeletons for my Deathrattle army. Iron weapons caked in rust, ancient bronze coated in verdigris, and more Agrax Earthshade over the scraps of cloth than you can shake a stick at. Basically I want these guys to feel ancient, and the enemy be more at risk of tetanus than they are of bleeding out. As such, here's my first WIP model, the champion for my first Skeleton unit (sorry about the potato quality, I took the picture at night and the lack of natural light seems to have made focusing harder for my 10+ year old camera): Obviously not done yet, but I am rather fond of how dirty and old that armour feels (I spent a fair number of hours looking at old metal armour and weapons while trying to decide how rusty to make everything before settling on "very"). The rust effect is Typhus Corrosion with Ryza Rust drybrushed on to try and pick out some of the raised edges on the detail as well as give it some color to keep it from looking flat and unfinished. I know "less is more" with a lot of these sorts of things, but I feel like this hits the look I want more than being sparing about it would.
  16. Hey there folks! So I've had a bit of hobby block recently with My Age of Sigmar order army. I'm building a mixed army using the Hammerhal allegiance, though it is a free city of my own design using the Warhammer community free city builder(https://www.warhammer-community.com/2017/09/26/make-your-own-free-city-the-easy-way-sep26gw-homepage-post-4/) . But I just can't seem to think of how to put things together, especially since order is made of so many factions broken up and after seeing images of Chris Peach's Hallowguild and Duncan Rhodes' Solakian Guard (https://www.warhammer-community.com/2017/10/04/converting-your-own-free-city-oct-4gw-homepage-post-3/), I would very much like to make my army look more 'Age of Sigmar' than Warhammer fantasy. I'm not sure how to achieve this though with the newer kits looking so much better and in some cases slightly larger scale than the old ones. I would like to ask how you guys have converted or painted up your armies in age of sigmar, please post images if you can! It would be awesome to see everyone's work Also apologies for my bad writing skills, it really isn't my forte!
  17. It's taken me 2 years but I've finally settled on an army for AoS that I love in its entirety - the background, converting and painting (with apologies to the Khorne and Nurgle stuff I own that I've now accepted will never be painted). Honestly, I could convert and paint Flesh-eaters all day! I have so many ideas for The Sainted Court of King Gargantula that I'll probably never run out of conversion possibilities, and the small 300 point warband I've assembled so far is just the start. I'm looking forward to adding to this painting log with a motley cast of darkly comic conversions - in fact my plan is for every model in the army to be a conversion. I'll also be posting bits and pieces of background exploring the Court and its characters for those who are interested in such things. Next up I'm going to be working on my entry for the AoS28 monster competition, which will either be King Gargantula himself or a Crypt Haunter from the Knights of Deceasium. My hope is to really do justice to the Flesh-eater Courts amazing background - these are the kind of models that I wish GW made for this army, and I hope you enjoy them as much as I'm enjoying building and painting them. Oh, and I'll try to get a better camera setup somewhere down the line too.
  18. Hello Everyone, I'm starting a blog to document my workings on a Beastclaw Raiders Army. So far I have the start collecting box assembled as well as an Icebrow Hunter that I've kitbashed from spare parts. I'm currently waiting for paints to arrive so here are some WIP shots of the models. I felt that the models didn't quite line up with the lore so I sculpted fur cloaks/shawls on all of the riders, as well as a big leather bag for the Hunter to carry his gear in. Also, I'll add a few pictures of the Fimirach that I painted up for fun but that I'll end up using as Allies for the Raiders. And Finally, some Spiderfang Grots from an older army that I built repurposed as Swamp goblins for my Fimir. C+C's are always greatly appreciated! Bores
  19. Lior'Lec

    Ethereal/Ghostly Warbands

    I’m getting ready to paint Magore’s Fiends and want them painted using a variation of the paint scheme I use for my regular Blood Warriors but with a ghostly effect. Does anyone have any advice how I could achieve this? My first two ideas were to A) paint them with normal paint scheme then cover the entire thing with either nighthaunt gloom, nihilakh oxide or/and hexwraith flame cut 1:2 with glazing medium or B) do the exact opposite and base it with the ghost colors then paint the normal scheme diluted 1:2 with glazing medium. However I’m not certain either of these would give me the effects I’m hoping for (or if those effects are even possible with my skill level). Third option C) paint the normal scheme but make all of the fleshy bits ghostly. Seems like the simplest way but I was wanting the entire model to look ethereal including the armor. I also wanted to basically carry this concept across all of the different warbands as ghostly versions of the core game army. Does anyone have any ideas or tried anything similar and willing to share what they learned?
  20. Hi all, This will be my magical place for posting updates of my current painting mumbo jumbo. Hope this will motivate me to paint in more regular fashion Main subjects of my brush strokes are going to be those blood Khorne Bloodbound guys. So this week I have been mostly doing bases and undercoating on: - 20 Bloodreavers, - Bloodstoker - Slaughterpriest - Aspiring Deathbringer And this one big fella for a friend of mine: His base is already modeled and everything is undercoated. Goal for today is to paint the entire base and start off with wing or hopefully two We will see how it will pan out in couple of hours Will follow GW painting guide by https://twitter.com/ICantThinkEm not to the letter, as I have few alternatives in mind Regards Malin
  21. Hello everyone, I've been lurking here for a short while, watching all painting and modelling threads. Slowly trying to stay motivated and keep paiting, I've had lot of trouble finishing units/models, this year however it got a little better. Firstly, here are my first 3 stormcasts out of 5, but after number 3 I ran out of motivation. All 3 separately and family photo. Secondly my 3 Screamers, I experimented a lot on them, mainly with the horns, which I painted for the first time, still not sure how to do them. First is the Alpha screamer, then other 2 and family photo Next I'm onto painting a blood warrior, hopefully I'll have some photos soon. Any comments are greatly appreciated
  22. C&C much appreciated, always looking forward to learning new tricks. What would you suggest I'd need to fix/learn/try to take my painting to the next level? Cheers, Sam
  23. mmmBoysNight

    Primer Color?

    How do you know what color primer to get for the figures? I was thinking about painting some Daemons of Slaanesh figures, and I’m not sure if I should use black or white primer.
  24. All models now assembled it was time to put splash a little colour all over them. I had some idea of what I wanted but I asked around, as I am very unsure when it comes to colour choice and colour scheme, and this can cause pauses in painting that last years or the thread never gets picked up again, because i can't decide what colour the sash should be or how to highlight from the base colour I've sploshed on. If I can cut out this indecision and consternation before I even pick up a brush perhaps it will help me finish a project, which is a mission statement of this blog. To get me over the finishing line. So I had some options I put out there for opinions, and finally went for a Dark, British Racing Green with White accent and Gold spot color. I would do all weapon hafts purple, extra robes, belts etc black. Weapons Leadbelcher to Stormhost silver. The Soul Grenades I haven't decided whether to do Blue glass or Fiery red to show they are explosives, so I will do a mixture of the two and see which I prefer. The model I had converted most heavily was were I would test my scheme because I had invested the most ambition into this model my motivation was at its highest. The model is a Sequitor (Sequitor Prime?) that I swapped a Blood Angel head onto, chopped the hand off, replacing it with the Darkoath Chieftan's Silver Tower, trophy Tzaangor hand, doing a rough green stuff fur/hair to hand but I'm not very good with green stuff, hopefully you can't see the join. I'm not sure the black with blue sash, works, I went for an Ash Blond hair on this model, but think I'll do Black, grey on others. Made a wash from Fenris grey for the white robes but think I went too blue so tried to rescue it later. This after trying to plan my paints before starting model to prevent exactly this happening, but I guess I minimized these sorts of hurdles for myself by planning in advance. Not great photography, sorry. I attemped to go Blue Lightning tribal tattoos on his check bones, but I think he looked better without them. I do not know how to paint the Soul Grenade vails, I used the technique for space marine lenses but i think I'll have try something else and perhaps Blue on the next model. And I'm ****** at horns.
  25. Heyo! I'll be using this thread to document my progress as I convert, kitbash, and paint my way through however many hordes of Skaven the Great Horned Rat ask of me. First up is the chainsaw-slingin' yet-to-be-named and properly painted, Arch-Warlock. He's rocking parts from genestealer cults, skitaari, and Ironjawz. I am very unsure on what his color scheme should be, so any suggestions on where to go from here is very welcome
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