Have these been posted yet?
Have these been posted yet?
They have not, least, not that I've seen. I'm glad they have been though, brilliant conversions.
They are not to be sneezed at.
One game I played I somewhat ignored them and put my focus on those mo'fuggin crisis suits.
I lost that game very quickly.
I cannot remember their exact rules but what I do remember is I lost a lot of spess marines to those Fire Warriors (who were paired up with those drones).
I mean for one more people like necrons than tau to begin with (because commie peace loving faggots in my grimdark? It's more likely than you think, click here for a free exterminatus) and then they show up wearing the same dress except one dress has cool robots on it while the other just has jetpacks. Hit and run. Run like cowards.
I mean, yes, firewarriors are shooty, but they don't shoot metal boxes very well, so if you're humpin' it across the table without metal boxes, you best play the objectives. Or play imp guard, drop some fucking dinner plates on those ho's.
FOR THE FUCKIN' EMPEROR.
I figured it all out! Matt Ward and C.S. Goto are the same person.
Matt Goto C.S Ward
It's..like a code...
Hey guys, just bought my first miniatures the other day. Decided to go Imperial Guard, and just finished up my first paint job. Did I do an alright job? I'm just trying to go for decent tabletop quality, not display stuff.
I've got a Terminator squad, two Vindicators, two Rhinos, a Scout Squad and a Storm-Raven gunship to assemble and paint.
Three Rhinos if you count the old one I plan on paint-stripping.
Nice sentinel, guard requires a lot of painting.
Don't sit down and paint 100 guard at once, or you'll end up like my friend.
When he was 12 he decided to paint some guys with pink hair, green hair, started giving sergeants orange guns.
One guy was given a golden gun and an elton-john helmet, (think of the doonsbury comic) because he was pulling double duty as a sergeant in some games and a grunt in others. So when he was a sergeant he needed to stand out.
It looked really good so go ahead and give all your guys elton-john helmets. (Red with a white stripe down the middle and stars on the sides)
The equivalent of the first one would probably be an Ironclad. Good artwork on both ends, though.
EDIT: Scratch that, misread it as "Termodreadnought" for some reason.
I really hope the Avatar of Khaine get's his Voice back in DoW3, i hate how he no longer speaks.
Bought these two today, top one is going to be converted into a fantasy necromancer/liche priest, while the bottom one will likely be a white lord or vampire.
So I know I missed out not buying BlackReach when it was half off... Any tips on building my first Ork army?
just bought some final addition to my tyranid army, 2 hive guard a venomthrope and a zoanthrope...just a hive tyrant to go and i'm set...
but fucking hell those models are so much harder to put together...venomthrope took like 15 minutes but the hive guard and zoanthrope just refused to stay glued and they're still not complete 3 hours later, the zoanthrope can enjoy his stay in my vice overnight...the git....
So I picked up a tau battleforce and some plastic glue.
I plan to stick it together tomorrow, any tips?
So I just finished painting my first model. Qritique is appreciated.
I literally have no idea how people can make these tiny men look so fantastic. I sure as hell cannot.
Any tips on how to not suck?
I'm thinking about making an interesting conversion. Anyone know how I could possibly make a "drill" model suitable for replacing a space marine's hand?
Like this guy's left hand, only wider in dimension and scaled down to fit the regular 40k models.
Anyone have tips for a Black Templar army? Decided to finally get into 40K but I'm still a bit hesitant to go with a BT army mainly just due to being a new player and all.