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Taking a break from my Tyranids Army. The fex is abo 50% done but here;s something new:
Well about a week ago, I discovered a neat little game called warmachine at my local hobbystore. I was intrigued by the originaly game mechanics and cool era of the figures (steampunk). I bought a starter pack and a blister, slapped on some paint and here's what I've got so far.
These are the witch coven of gharlgast, they are a warcaster choice, pretty much the general for the army:
here's the Slayer Helljack WIP (think a steampunk dreadnaught)
Very nice. I like the colors, and Warmaster models being awesome only helps
Gloria Imperator, The Firstborn Stand!
- 2000pts Inquisition, 2000pts Vostroyans, 3000pts Vampire Counts, 1400pts Daemons, [WIP] 2500pts Death Guard
I have some Cryx stowed away (I'll finish Lord Terminus one day) but haven't played for ages. The WM minis are great and the rules are more intuitive than Warhammer but it just doesn't have the same market penetration that GW has. A pity.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
I want those witches (I think that is what the unit is called) to come here and do bad things to me
Very nice, although IMO Cryx should be mainly dark colours, but you did a good job. Well done :yes:
By day he fought with sword and shield.....
By night he fought with pen and parchment.....
He was....The Warrior Poet.......
Fear the ANZAC Clan!!!!!
ORDER OF THE SHADOWY FLAME!!!
Do you have uber micro...????
Really nice models but the highlights looks a little uncontrolled sometimes.
Nice, very nice. Your NMM is quite good where it is finished, not to mention the very high quality of finished paintjobs. As a side note, those witches remind me of Stepford Cuckoos a fair lot...