On the Saturday the Battle Brothers organisers run a painting competition for individual models with the full army competition on the Sunday. One of the things I’ve always liked about the doubles events is that armies have to be fully painted which makes for some great looking battles. This time the Legends competition had very few entries in all but the “Hero of Legend” category which I think is a shame since I’d seen plenty of suitable candidates as I wandered around. Here’s a selection from the cabinets. Beast of Legend This was the only category we entered using one of our dreadknights. The eventual winner was the minotaur chaos daemon thingy (I really ought to know the name). Monument of Legend There really wasn’t many entries in this category and the stand-out piece and eventual winner were these fantastic objective markers. Engine of Legend Again, very few entries but the winner was the mauler-fiend and deservedly so as the panels were stunningly painted.
Hi everyone, Before I start blabbing away,
Hi everyone, I have just taken two photos of an ‘advanced sketch’ of my new diorama inspired by Black Library’s Deathwolf audio drama and I have decided to make it into an entry (it’s so hard finding material to post – at least for a lazy buzzard like me). The story revolves around Erik Morkai’s Space Wolves taking back Luetin Hive from Dark Eldar Raiders.
Hi everyone, I am currently giving the finishing touches to my Space Wolf Diorama which I will post soon.
Well, it is finally here!
Here’s a WIP of my custom Gorebull BSB for my Beastmen army v.1. Not really much to say other than he’ll get painted and all that jazz soon as I’m able. Conversion Information: Ghorgon/Cygor Kit: Skulls, Horns Minotaur Kit: Minotaur, Banner Citadel Woods: Tree Trunk Daemon Prince Plastic Kit: Shoulder Pads, Back Spikes and Leg Guards. Enjoy! Also the movement trays you see that the Gorebull is standing on are from
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