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  2. They look great, haven't seen these minis before!
  3. This guy is the penultimate model in my Araby warband. It includes a character model for each core class in the new D&D 5th edition player's handbook. It would also make a great group of themed heroes for Aos or Warhammer. After him, only the warlock is left.
  4. Last week
  5. Thank you very much, it helps a lot. If there is only some cutting and filling to do, then I won't buy greenskins bodies yet. I'll try and post some pics later.
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  7. Amazing work. It must be so satisfying to see your hard work in all it's glory. Great work and keep it up. We would love to see more! Kind regards Zolas.
  8. Nice dynamic pose. Good conversion indeed
  9. Lots of fun was had here buddy
  10. The mob is coming along really well. The use of those chains has really added to the character of a goblin band. Regarding banners - I love the idea of them. Maybe you can go for some small horizontal ones (like some elvish units have) or perhaps just totem-style banners (the kind that are an emblem rather than an actual cloth banner), nothing too cluttering but still adds to the mini itself. Keep up the awesome work.
  11. Progression as a painter

    So, I finally got to rebase all my ogre models. Instead of plain black painted square bases I now have round bases with agrellan earth, stones etc. Looks so much better. I also completed Stonehorn and Thundertusk, both great models and lovely to paint. I will post post pictures of both round bases and new painted models as soon as I get some pictures done. To sum up this year hobby-wise: it was surprisingly fun. I painted my first model ever in March, this year. I took a look on it today and it was pretty funny to compare it with my last model. As I recall, it was pretty hard to paint, but it turned out better than I hoped. Inspired, I youtubed and googled for some time, watched some tutorials and started to paint more and more. And I must say, as an encouragement to all newcomers, the learning curve was fast. And simple. I learned some tricks and after 9 months I think I manage quite well with decent tabletop quality models. And here are the pictures of my very first model, Bretonnian Bowman, and my last model, the Thundertusk. Just to compare. Merry Cristmas and happy new year everybody!
  12. It has been so long... you take one hit of Mudstikks Madcap brew and BAM! So I got to thinking, as long as you get stuck in and bash stuff (whether it's moving or not it doesn't matter) orruks, ogors, grots, even fimir and all we get along right. Since chaos went all mad and broke everything, and then went even madder and turned on itself, their is one faction that's been left out (bar the really new tzeentch weirdos ) and that's the beastmen. They like fighting and killin' like us, they're good eaters too, love their meat and setting things on fire, not to mention Gorkamorka is da God of Beasts! So my tribe has opened its bloody arms to the beasties, the thunderskorn and their minotaur monsters, after all is it that hard to imagine our plane smashin' god inspiring some new worshippers? Opinions welcome! Pics coming soon of some Gorkamorka worshipping beastmen!
  13. I got in a few more games this year! Actually played a bit of both Blood Bowl and some Age of Sigmar. On top of that I did get a bit of painting done as well. First up here are a couple things I painted up for TNT. I've since finished these bloat flies with some additional details and basing but I didn't grab a photo of them yet. Buzzz buzzz this is our trash buzz buzz Also built this Steam Bike from Max Mini which I can't wait to paint up and use on the table! Furry stopped by during a nice little snow storm earlier this week and we played 3 games of a Path To Glory campaign. We went with Death Rattle (Death) vs Bloodbound (Khorne Chaos) because that is what I had the best minis for right now and we wanted to learn the rules for their respective units. We made a couple small alterations in the rules as we went and overall it was fast and furious fun! I started with a Wight King and 10 Skeletons while Furry brought the Mighty Lord of Khorne and 5 Blood Warriors. First scenario we played was a "Find The Treasure" scenario with three searchable objectives on the board. First Hero to find the treasure and leave off the table edge or kill all the enemy units won a Major Victory. Ragnar the Blackhearted and his small but tenacious horde of Skeledudes Blood Warriors lined up and ready to spill... bits of bone!? After moving toward the near by objective Ragnar spots Blood Warriors sneaking around a wall! Skulls and bones for the Skulls and bones god! The Skeledudes managed to get the charge and chop down the warriors. Meanwhile.... this sneaky guy is trying to come kill Ragnar! Ragnar tries a tactical retreat but it ultimately charged by the MLoK and slain by his damned axe. But then the Skeletons come to save the day! Chop chop down goes the MLoK. After the first game Ragnar gained enough fame to lure in another.... 10 Skeletons! Oh boy. Meanwhile the Bloodbound brought the big guns with some Wrathmongers (played by half built Nurgle Knights this time around). The second scenario was to kill the monster in the center of the table and claim his magical weapon stash. It was a very short game with Ragnar's forces taking the initiative and the Chaos Gargant charging at the nearby Bloodbound. In the process it killed almost all of the Blood Warriors and left just one wound on the MLoK who proceeded to slay the monster with his damned axe in one round of combat. Game, set, match! Giant toilet or crumbling tower? You be the judge. For the third and final scenario of the day we completed a "take and hold" type scenario where two comets fell to the battlefield and our warbands had to control them to gain points. It was a close fought and strategic battle but ultimately Ragnar's forces were able to hold out against the Bloodbound and secure a Major Victory. Staring down the Wrathmongers on the flank. These guys are nasty! With freshly devoted followers the MLoK hopes to crush his skeletal nemesis. With some fancy footwork the Skeletons get the charge and contest the objective! "It's just Skeletons you dimwits!!" Meanwhile... the Wrathmongers fall to the Skeleton Warriors. Thanks for the extra attacks! And Ragnar gets a bit broody. Path To Glory is not balanced. If you can get over that and are playing with someone who can see the silly it is actually pretty darn fun and a good way to learn the basics of Age of Sigmar. I'm looking forward to painting up these minis and finishing up this campaign with another 2 or 3 games. Not a bad way to wrap up the year - a few more games under our belts with excitement for gaming in our blood! See you in 2017!
  14. Very cool, I like the designs on the pants. Those came out great and I like the darker skin tone. Well done!
  15. New To The Squad #68

    Newest addition to the Black Crag Boyz: The crew all together so far: More on my blog here.
  16. Kharn!

    Decided to try and push myself, and today I finished The Betrayer himself: It was nice to get him finished before tomorrow!
  17. And finished about 5 hours later.. yikes we introduce the second time Pro Bowler The Gob (Zack Martin) Find more at Da Warpath Advent Challenge. More at my blog here.
  18. The veteran Romo returns to the lineup for Da Black Crag Boyz! Welcome back #9. My kind of blood bowl thrower, always trying to get the extra inch.: All in all, I am a huge Romo fan. I like Dak as well, but I wish the best for Romo, and I wish he were leading the Cowboys to the playoffs, but that is just my opinion. More can be found at my blog: http://dalastwaaagh.blogspot.com/
  19. I already have my team planned out (From the starter set, not the roster I am running): Throwers: Dak (4) Romo (9), Blitzers: Dez (88), Zeek or EZE (21), Lineman: Fredbeard (72), The Gob (70), The Judge (82, blitzer later), Crawford (98), La'el (71) ( Black Orc Blocker: General Lee (50, will probably get turned into a blitzer), T-Smith (77). Here is T-Smith: More at my blog here
  20. Looks cold and hungry! A dangerous combination.
  21. Thanks! It seemed silly to me to have a catapult that launches stuff with nothing nearby to launch.
  22. I like your idea! I already have my team planned out and you called it (From the starter set, not the roster I am running): Throwers: Dak (4) Romo (9), Blitzers: Dez (88), Zeek or EZE (21), Lineman: Fredbeard (72), The Gob (70), The Judge (82, blitzer later), Crawford (98), La'el (71) ( Black Orc Blocker: General Lee (50, will probably get turned into a blitzer), T-Smith (77)
  23. I dont get how you guys work with greenstuff like that. I can barely fill cracks with it.
  24. Thanks mate! I know what you mean by that, I'm not keen on the G.W paint scheme for them, reminds me of mint Ice cream😉
  25. Looking good! I like the mix of cool blue tones and the green.
  26. Thank you, it was fun to paint, still trying out the new technique.
  27. Hey bud, if you have some time would you mind explaining the steps you take for doing the battle damage effect on the checker patterns
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