I've just realised that I started this blog (admittedly, it wasn't called Table Standard at the time) five years ago! Wow. Yes there have been periods of time where I haven't posted anything, but to look back at all the posts I've made over the past five years is something that I am very proud … Continue reading Happy Birthday!
I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and enjoyed yourselves with your friends and loved ones. Once again, I hope the Emperor saw fit to deliver all of your desired hobby wishes on the big day. This year I did not ask for much but there were a couple of hobby items that … Continue reading Christmas Hobby Haul
After re-reading the battle report from White Dwarf 222: The Last Stand at Glazer's Creek, I've been inspired to paint some Praetorian Imperial Guardsmen. The original models are no longer available from the Games Workshop website and purchasing from eBay would be far too expensive, but there are plenty of head options available to use … Continue reading Test Imperial Guard Scheme
I finished this a few months back and like many of my models, it stood unfinished for a long time. Now it is finally completed: The Plasma Obliterator Tower.
While my blog postings have been virtually non-existent as of late, my hobbying has been quite productive these past few months. One of my favourite things about Warhammer 40,000 is playing a game with not only fully painted armies but also on a table with fully painted scenery. Scenery is a part of the game … Continue reading Scenery Painting – Broken Aquila