Here are some pictures of my completed Crashed Aquila Lander from the Battle For Macragge 40k boxset.
Happy New Year dear reader!
With a new year comes new hobby plans and so what does the grim dark of 2018 hold for me?
I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and enjoyed yourselves with your friends and loved ones.
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.
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.
After years of collecting the various supplements that Games Workshop has released for Warhammer 40,000, I was interested to know how compatible the missions would be in the latest edition.
We’re days away from December and once again this blog has been left to gather dust on the proverbial Internet shelf.
Well no more! For I have an update to my year long project!
Those of you anticipating an update in the last month of the year showing either a completed or almost complete project will be very sadly mistaken as I’m sorry to disappoint you all. The high fives and back pats will have to wait for another time, but fear not, it’s not all doom and gloom as at the very least the project is half way through!
That’s right folks, one whole army from the Dark Vengeance boxset is completed, and from the title of this blog post (Spoiler), it’s not the Dark Angels.
So, we’re now halfway through the year, so what better time for a project update.
Here is a step by step guide as to how I painted the Imperial Statue from the Honoured Imperium Set.