This week we’re showcasing some of Tim’s latest Adeptus Mechanicus units! First up: The Onager Dunecrawler.
Looking at the tabletop and seeing vast amounts of Astra Militarum soldiers lining up, getting ready to go to the front line can be a menacing view (in 40k). While playing, the idea of using “First Line Fire, Second Line Fire” really grasped my attention. As I found out later, because of the game dynamics, having loads of bodies would not be enough to beat a fellow gamer.
We’re back with yet another showcase. This time we’re sharing a pair of Death Guard themed Rhino tanks by Jason.
Back again with another of Jason’s Death Guard units. Today we’re looking at his awesome Death Guard themed Daemon Prince.
Yet another of Jason’s Death Guard legion. This time we’re featuring a Contemptor Dreadnought. This is the plastic mono-pose version from the Betryal at Calth boxet.
It’s Here! Our new home on the web.
Previously, we ran our site using Tumblr (it’s still available for older posts as we migrate over), but we wanted more available tools and flexibility to allow us to grow our site even more. Easier to read tutorials, more photos of our finished models, the ability to comment and heck, maybe more goodies to come later.
There’s gonna be some dust while we transfer to the new home, porting over older posts and tweaking our layout as we go so hang in there.
The nationwide winners for Inner Circle were announced today and ….. Tim’s amazing display landed him a big win! Yep, he’s just 1 of 5 displays that took it all home! He’ll be flying down to Dallas for super secret goodness in a few weeks along with the other four finalists.
Congrats Tim, make us proud!
Games Workshop’s Inner Circle event kicked off this year at our local Warhammer shop in NYC. It was a SOOOOAKING wet day but Tim and Max made it up to show off their work. We even made friends with Alejandro at the event (look forward to seeing more of his work to come!). Here are a few photos from the event…
Just this past month, the Brookhammer crew was awesome enough to gift me Magnus the Red (how awesome is that?!). Since I do travel a bit in the city to get our games in I wanted to make sure I could easily transport Magnus without taking up a lot of foam space with his massive scale.
I tried to do some research as I always do before building him but couldn’t find anything online for magnetizing his wings. So I thought I’d share the steps I went through to do just that…