Sergeant "Ripper" Jackson was originally meant to be the exclusive Warhammer store opening and anniversary model for 2021, but because of the Covid-19 situation, Games Workshop decided to make her available in all Warhammer stores and on games-workshop.com from September 12 to 20. We secured one of these limited models and take a look at what's inside.
Friday is ToP Tip time. Today I'll share three "hacks" to achieve better bonds with superglue. No more broken arms or frustrating pinning attempts on your resin, Finecast and metal models, if you heed my advice. Find out more after the jump.
Over the last two years, I gathered a quite sizeable terrain collection of classic Necromunda cardboard buildings and modern 40k plastic terrain kits. I never got around to taking proper group shots, but Garfy's awesome Souldrain Forest board inspired me to present my scenery in the same style. So here is my take on Sector Fronteris with all my Ryza pattern ruins. Wondering how I painted their black and petrol paint scheme? Check out all my recipes after the jump.
Today’s post is going to be a little different. You might have noticed I’m painting a different project every week. These weekly deadlines have been beneficial to my productivity and I thought it might be interesting to follow this week's project a day at a time all in a single post.
Today I'm gonna do an unboxing and review of Crypt Hunters, one of the games in the third wave of retail exclusive Warhammer board games, along with Space Marine Adventures: Rise of the Orks and Blitz Bowl Season 2. Crypt Hunters is a two-player game that pits three Stormcast and their trusty Gryph-hound against a wave of Chainrasps as they explore the Ten Thousand Tombs for an arcane relic. The game is essentially a "reskin" of the infamous Lost Patrol game, so let's see if this game improves the notoriously hard difficulty.
A Wet Palette stops your paint drying out. It’s really useful if you like mixing colours and it’s a real benefit if you paint in warm conditions. You can buy ready made Wet Palettes with refill sheets and those all work great but you really don’t need to. After the jump, I’ll share how to make one with things any hobbyist should have at home.