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16 July 2018

Imperial Knight Re-basing


A few months back I managed to accidentally separate my Imperial Knight from its base!

As I didnt really like the base as it was, I pulled all the texture away from the base and started again... and here we have the final result!


I did a WIP post here which included some more photos.


9 July 2018

Nerd Day 2018 Battlescape

Last year I hosted a gaming weekend for myself and 3 buddies. I posted about that event here.

This year, the event will be held at the end of August and will focus entirely on the fantasy side of the hobby... Blood Bowl, Age of Sigmar & Shadespire. To help us play Age of Sigmar to its full potential, we will need a suitably awesome board to play on!

The board aesthetic will be themed along the lines of a Ghyran (Realm of Life) forest which has remnants of its Nurgle corruption.

I have already purchased the mat. I went for the PWork Wargames Terrain Mat - Woodland. It's a great mat and is the perfect tone I was after! (e.g. not too dark or bright)


To populate the board I will be adding various pieces of terrain and scenery... e.g. fallen trees, Azyrite Ruins, temple columns and Nurgle trees. I will cover each piece in detail when they are complete. For now, here is some early work in progress pictures of the pieces I've started working on.






25 June 2018

Nurgle Daemons Nurglings

As expected, it didn't take long to bash through these guys and get them finished.


Along with the Plague Bearers, these were a pleasure to paint. I followed the Nurgle scheme covered here but used the colours described for the wounds on some of the Nurglings. I wanted to see how they would look as an alternative colour scheme to the normal green tones. I think it worked very well.

21 June 2018

Nurgle Daemons Nurglings Work In Progress

Next up, following on from the Plague Bearers is a unit of cheeky Nurglings.

The Nurgle clour scheme I'm following worked so well on the Plague Bearers that I wanted to continue using it. However, I wanted to introduce an alternative colour scheme to some of the Nurglings so there was a bit of variety. In the end, I settled on following the same process, however, when it came to applying Bestigor Flesh >Ungor Flesh around the wounds, I airbrushed random Nurglings entirely in these colours. I think it works quite well!


These Nurgle Daemons are proving very quick to paint so hopefully I'll be able to complete these in the next couple of days.