• Borka Kegslayer

    My first Trollblood Warlock, Borka Kegslayer will lead my army to victory. Why run Borka? Besides the fact that he’s a drunken troll bent on brawling or boinking? Well, he has the ability to bring the pain on his own, and he makes a deadly army deadlier. On his own, he can bash most casters to a pulp. Imagine he’s found himself within 11″ of Stryker, and Stryker’s already burnt his feat, and has no focus left. Borka’s friend tops him off, giving the Kegslayer a whopping 7 fury. Borka casts mosh pit for 3, and his weapons have knockdown.

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  • Cryx Pump House

    I was supposed to do terrain for the Crossroads of Courage, but got distracted by a plastic blister after picking up an X-Wing model last weekend. I figured it would make a good bunker or shed, and finally landed on the pump house idea. My thoughts are that the building will be an obstruction, and the green bile pool will serve as an acid pool. No swimming unless you’re wearing your acid proof wet suit.

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  • Mine Entrance

    Inspired by the Crossroads of Courage Narrative League, I took a couple hours to throw together a piece of scatter terrain for the campaign. I started with quarter inch plywood for the base. On large pieces, I do not recommend the ply. It warps. For smaller models, the warping doesn’t seem to be a problem. Time will tell. I purchased a tunnel entrance from the model railroading section at our local Hobbytown USA. N scale. It was on sale for less than 10 bucks. I had a pile of cut up foam left over from an earlier project. I positioned

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  • Rumble Tiles

      Tiles for a Rumble Format Game I feel like one of the locations we play weekly doesn’t have enough terrain.  So I designed some tiles that I will hopefully have done before we start the new “Courage” campaign.  They’re 10″ tiles, which will be arranged to form the 30″ play area for rumble games.  The great thing is that if I want to adapt them to a 48″ table, I only have to create some 10″x8″ tiles that can be fit on the end, along with a 8″x8″ corner.  All the rivers meet in the center of each tile,

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  • Grenadier

    I didn’t spend all day on a Warjack!  Seriously, this guy was painted almost exactly the same way as the trenchers, with the added bonus of being much larger.  I’m not too concerned about getting this Grenadier beyond table-top level.  I’m pretty sure he’ll just blend in with the troops. Painting something with a style guide already in place made this go so much quicker.  

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  • Long Gunner Infantry Officer & Standard

    I tried to mimic the way I painted the first group of Long Gunner Infantry, but didn’t quite nail it.  These guys have been sitting on my shelf, since I hadn’t really found a place for them in my Mk2 lists.  Maybe next month, they’ll see some play.  Hence the rush to paint.

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  • Blighted Nyss Swordsmen

    Blighted Nyss Swordsmen & Unit Attachment After finishing this unit, I will almost be finished with my daughter’s Legion of Everblight models. I hate painting units. So I originally attempted to spend as little time as possible on these guys, but ended up wasting a whole day watching the adventures of “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmitt” on Netflix and painting this unit. I followed the same pattern as Saeryn and Rhyas and gave their skin a nice undercoat of white. Verdigris glaze atop the white added an unearthly skin color. Turns out, Verdigris refers to the color that copper turns when

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  • Ogrun Bokur

    Ogrun Bokur I purchased this guy used and abused, primed in a thick black coat of yuck. I started with some muted base coats, khaki mixed with metal glaze for the armor plates, a blue-green mix around the edges, olive drab for the skin. White for eyes and tusks. Leather brown for the straps and shoes. Next, I felt the need to highlight skin, and I mixed some Desert Yellow with USA Olive Drab and suspended it in a Glaze Medium to provide an extra dose of transparency. It looked like something nasty on my palette, but turned out well

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  • Saeryn and Rhyas, Talons of Everblight

    Saeryn and Rhyas, Twin Warlocks These were some more Legion of Everblight models previously owned by my daughter. She did the assembly last Christmas, but has since decided to move to another activity. They were primed grey, and I started with a white coat for their skin. Next, I dropped the remote control on one of the warlock’s arms, severing it. Then I followed up with a coat of verdigris glaze. I don’t know what verdigris means, but the glaze is very transparent, and the color is fairly unearthly. Their bone protrusions were painted Grey Green, pants painted German Camouflage

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  • Widowmakers and the Marksman

    Khadoran Widowmakers and the Marksman I finally got around to painting my Khadoran Widowmakers. I’ve played around with them in friendly battles at home, and I liked their Sniper ability, but was always disappointed that it only affected beasts and jacks. In all the fiction I’ve read, Widowmakers are lethal snipers, capable of delivering cruel head-shots at a great distance. They’re masters of the terrain, invisible when practicing their trade. So when Mk3 spoilers came out and said that the Widowmaker would remove tough (presumably with the new Cygnaran trenchers in mind), I felt pleased. But I’d still like to

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