Hello, and welcome from the briny deeps. Time to put your swim-suits on, and take a plunge with me as we look at my repainted Narmati Reavers.
I'm painting more Orks for Blitz Bowl, the board game version of Blood Bowl. You've probably seen the test model on the blog a while ago. It's a more "economic" paint scheme than usually, cutting corners here and there, as there are two six model teams included in the game and I don't want to spend months painting them. I try to finish the whole team before Easter, fingers crossed (they might appear a bit later on the blog as we prepare our posts a couple of days in advance). I'm also recording all the painting steps for another of our detailed tutorials, so stay tuned!
Hi all! As promised in my last post, here comes Haarken Worldclaimer, the very first Black Legionnaire I painted. I didn't like the trophies on this model, so I assembled it without them. Nice model with a decent amount of details. Next up: Abbadon the Despoiler. Leave a comment or reaction if you please...
We continue with our series of The Army Painter reviews with a look at two of their licensed Warpaints paint sets: The Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers and Monster paint sets, designed to compliment Wizards of the Coast's and Gale Force 9's Nolzur's Marvelous Miniatures. These sets are not limited to just painting D&D miniatures but offer you a decent selection of colours. They are great for starting or expanding your paint collection. Find out more after the jump.
Issue 29 of Conquest includes four Primaris models, one of which is the Captain in Gravis armour from the Dark Imperium boxed game. More images and my thoughts after the jump.
These models have been finished for a week or so, but I haven't got around taking some pictures. But here they are: The Scurvy Scurriers, a Skaven team for Blitz Bowl. Blitz Bowl is the board game version of Blood Bowl, it has a dungeon theme and thankfully you only need to paint six models for a team. I had five Skaven already painted, so I just needed to paint a sixth model and some markers, and there you go. More pictures after the jump.