Here are some pictures of my completed Crashed Aquila Lander from the Battle For Macragge 40k boxset.
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.
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.
Recently I was able to final put paint to the Moonscape Craters.
I really like the idea of having all my own terrain so I’m slowly working through the peices that I have.
These were relatively quick and easy to paint.
Welcome Readers, to my first reoccuring blog post.
This means that I won’t have to try and think of witty blog titles everytime I post.
Well its been ages since I last posted anything, so what have I been up to?
To answer that, I
need to think of what my army was like almost 6 months ago and then fill in the blanks.
I have finally created a photo gallery of the majority of models from my Ork army.
Check it out here.