Some of us (me included) seem to only be capable of learning how to avoid a situation by being in one. This exhibited in many ways when I was a callow youth (but those are tales for after the watershed -Ed.) and now mainly are displayed when I either buy something I don’t need or get whupped when playing games…
Is this going to be the reason I start back at 40k again.
While the Imperium draws great advantage from the unbelievable weight of manpower it can bring to bear, the diversity of its military is its greatest strength. Many, many esoteric factions are expected to answer the call to protect humanity, from the arcane Adeptus Mechanicus, to the merciless, psychically-gifted Grey Knights and all in between. The forces of the Imperium are myriad and distinct, but all follow the Emperor’s divine will – through this common goal, they strive to ensure the continued if fraught survival of Mankind.
Every year I sit and look at the pictures from events such as Games Workshop’s Golden Demon awards or Mantic’s Brush with Death and I am always suitably impressed with the quality of the work. The fine details that some painters are able to achieve astound me even after 25+ years of gaming. Across the internet, we as gamers are bombarded with pictures of other people’s models, even some from the august members of this very blog. Just in the last few weeks we have seen the impressive work on the real scale Space Marines of atbzimark. Continue reading In defence of table-top grade painting
Hi all, last week I shared my method for making the torso’s and legs for Art-Scale Marines. In case you missed it you should certainly check it out here. Once you’ve finished with that come back here and learn how I do arms and see the almost finished Marines in the flesh.
The list of the other teams that didn’t make it into the new books has been shared online on Reddit. Follow this link for the PDF.
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One of the Blood Bowl Team competition winners
By Ryan Furlong