I’ve got a complete boner over Abaddon lately; this guy is the ultimate beat stick unit in 40k and I think is perhaps the best single close combat model in the entire game. To show why Abaddon is the Warmaster I think going to do some 1v1 challenges and test Abaddon’s mettle. Behold the Warmaster! Before Abaddon starts getting into scrapes lets see what Abaddon can do. Abaddon is a super charged S.M Captain and is basically
Geez, almost two weeks…. Hey guys! Sorry for the lack of posts this time around, my boss was out of town last week, meaning I was running the store all week. I love my job, but that much time in a hobby shop means blogging was the last thing on my mind! This, however, doesn’t mean I didn’t get any painting done! Lets jump in, shall we? First up is everyone's favorite Catdog, Canis Wolfborn! This is the 3rd or 4th Canis I've painted, but I really wanted to go all out on this one. Sorry the pictures aren't better, I'll get really good ones when I'm taking final pictures of the commission.
Okay I have always been a huge fan of Kharn the Betrayer, he is probably my favorite character in the entire Warhammer 40k universe.
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I mentioned in my previous workbench post about an Obliterator I had mostly complete. I took a few shots of him this morning to show. I just put on basing material before taking this shot so if you see snow on the model that’s why; I haven’t cleaned it up… Read More The post Thor’s Workbench: Obliterator (WIP) & Cultists appeared first on Creative Twilight .
Chaos Spawns are weird and wonderful creatures. Model wise G.W just give you a body and a crap load of bits and say “here, knock yourself out”. In game they appear average, time to take a deeper look. Know your slime bag Chaos Spawn is a reasonably tough and strong model (S5 T5) with three wounds a piece. Not the fastest initiative wise or the best weapon skill. They are leadership 10, though they are fearless so this doesn’t matter a huge amount. The negative for Chaos Spawn is they have no form of armour save and have D6 attacks, so you could roll a 1 or be shit hot and roll a 6. Chaos Spawn also cause fear and have the rage special rule, so they will get
Well, life has still been busy, so I’ve failed to get a game in in the last few months. This is frustrating, but I’ve taken the time to make some progress on hobby projects. Below are some updates: Using a bits bag find (I think its a Cold One), I built this Slaaneshi Lord on mount, outflank time! I purchased 30 of the Dreamforge Storm Troopers, I am going to turn them into veterans for my Tyrant’s Legion. I am using Pigiron heads, and experimenting with ways to make them look close enough to the Cultists I am using as my Guardsmen. The plan is for them to wear tattered shrouds that partially cover their improved armor. With these guys built, I should be closer to having a small IG army, I need to get a second Vendetta and some other things before that’s really possible, definitely a back burner project. My Storm Raven with the Chapterhouse Extender kit. I bought 2 of these kits, so I am just waiting for some budget space to buy another one! This is a greenstuff/cork base that I made for my Sorcerer, I am working on basing my whole CSM army, and am using bases from Ironheart Artisans that are a ruined temple. along with some that are infested ground
I did some work on this Heldrake last night along with three Obliterators. Need to get some highlights on the pink and job done 🙂
For my Chaos Marines I’ve come to love the Chaos Lord on a Juggernaut with the axe of blind fury. It’s hard not to love that setup because it just brutalizes damn near everything. I spent forever trying to find … Continue reading → The post Thor’s Workbench: Counts-as Juggernaut of Khorne (WIP #1) appeared first on Creative Twilight .
As mentioned lately, I’m finally getting through a funk I’ve been in lately with 40K. One thing that keeps getting to me, hobby-wise, is the daunting amount of painting I have left to do. I can put down an 1,850 … Continue reading → The post Hobby: Getting Back in the Saddle appeared first on Creative Twilight .