2015 is rapidly fading into the fog of memory and the shiny new 2016 is waiting for us like unopened box of plastic toys; but what are we going to do with those toys I wonder? Today I want to talk about New Year’s resolutions, specifically hobby resolutions.
We have wanted to do a readers army feature for a while and after Andrew sent us photos of his Space Wolves we knew we wanted them to be the first!
So without further ado, we'll hand over to Andrew to talk us through this fantastic collection.
So Age of Sigmar is here and sodium levels remain high amongst many. Now that I've had a chance to actually play the game and ruminate on it for a bit, I'm here to break it down for you and give some initial impressions. Note that this is merely the things that I found interesting and worth noting about the system; I'm not trying to convert anyone, just to supply some food for thought. If you get through it all, there's a battle report, and some pretty pictures at the end.
With that out of the way, let's do this step by step shall we?
So here is the 2nd and final part of the painting tutorial/Wip.
It quite short as I painted more than I thought last night.
I'll cover painting the base in another tutorial in the future.
TUTORIAL/WIP -Stormcast Eternal part 1.
So today is the first of our hopefully many picture works in progress/tutorials.
What better way to start than with the free figure that came with Saturday's White Dwarf the Stormcast Eternal.
I'll be doing something a little different with mine, I'm not a fan of a lot of gold on a miniature, so, I will be going to and old paint scheme of mine from and OLD warriors of chaos army I had, off white armour with a chipping and sponging method.
Vallejo Model colour (VMC)
There are a lot of pictures, they each have the paints listed and how I applied them.
Please note, ANY inks or washes I have used are all used with Lahmian Medium. This helps to prevent any shine.
So here goes....