Szeras has gotten quite the upgrade with the updating of the Necron range this year. While a finicky model to put together, I had a blast painting the mad scientist. He provided a few areas where I was able to have a lot of fun, including the stream of disintegrating organic matter he is pulling…

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Something a little different from the usual. Marvel Crisis Protocol has been out for a while now, and they’ve got a pretty great lineup of miniatures. I was tempted by the core set, including Captain Marvel and Spider-man, but didn’t want to invest in more than I wanted. As soon as Venom was announced, however,…

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Remember those cool Death Guard I painted up for the NOCF back in June? Well, you can grab some raffle tickets and have a chance at calling them your own! You can purchase tickets for the Death Guard here, but there are a ton of other fantastic projects to look through as well. Proceeds go…

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I love the Sisters of Battle. They have a unique aesthetic that really highlights the gothic vibe of the Imperium, and it helps them stand out from the many other power armoured forces in the 40k. I had some fun with the Sister Superior, painting the holy symbol she holds as if it were glowing.…

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Warhammer Underworlds might be my most played game in recent years. I’ve played it casually with some friends and have attended a fair number of tournaments at my local GW. I wanted to add to the visual element of the game, and the Beastgrave terrain kit is a great way to do so, providing some…

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Equally important to the visuals of wargaming is the terrain, an aspect of the hobby I don’t have much experience in. Adeptus Titanicus is my first time making any and let me indulge in recreating ruined buildings from a dead city, an aesthetic I’ve always enjoyed. The ruined terrain was made with the Titanicus Civitas…

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More additions to my Legion Krytos force, this time in the form of a pair of Warhounds. As with many people, I love this ‘scout’ class of titan. The hunched profile and hound like head design are iconic, and the plastic kit for Titanicus does a wonderful job translating the look to the smaller scale.

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Here’s a quick post sharing the recipe for painting the bases of my Sisters Of Battle. Note that I kept the models separate from the bases when painting and glued them on afterwards. Start with a basecoat Rakarth Flesh, getting a nice even coat before moving on. Add a heavy stipple of Flayed One Flesh,…

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Adding some fire support to this growing force was an easy choice. The Retributors come with a variety of thematic weapons, all of which fit the Sisters of Battle perfectly. I chose to arm my squad with a pair of Heavy Bolters and Heavy Flamers. I’ve always loved the colour scheme of The Order of…

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The first of a small Sisters of Battle collection for myself is the previously released Sister Novena. I love the relaxed pose and the more detailed base of this model, its a fantastic rendition of the iconic piece by Karl Kopinski There will be more Sisters joining her soon. I am very excited to finally…

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