Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Tzeentch Warband Part I

I finally got around to take some ok pictures of my growing Tzeentch Warband. I chose the best 9 of the pics and I present the Chaos Warband of Gaston De'Lune and his Followers of Change.

The complete warband so far.

It is a bit embarrassing, but so far Gaston have not managed to lure a Sorcerer to his cause. But in the spirit of change a Tzeentch warband with no magic is probably quite different. Still Gaston hopes to get the aid of a skilled Magician in the near future.

The Guardian, Gaston De'Lune and Uthmog Elvenblade

Backside details.


Gaston De'Lune.

Gaston is an disillusioned noble with no inheritance. As a trained knight he chose to try his luck in other ways and went on to form a group of brigands travelling aimlessly through the land pillaging as they go along.

Gaston has pledged his allegiance to Tzeentch as he seek to plot revenge on his family who turned his back on him. What better God to align with than the Changer of the Ways, when you want to change things for the better... at least for yourself...

Uthmog Elvenblade.

Uthmog is Gastons right hand man. Uthmog is an experienced Chaos Champion, but has no trouble following the much younger Gaston, as long as it pays well.

Secretly Uthmog might has his own reasons to suddenly follow the ways of Tzeentch, but so far he just enjoys the changing of opponent from alive to dead with his heavy hammer.

The Guardian.

A mysterious man or beast. He never speaks and no one really knows how he came to join the group. But he seems to be blessed by Tzeentch. Is it his head on the top of a long neck or just a strange mask or hat? No one knows.

Chaos Thug Champion and Beastlord.

A mighty Chaos Thug Champion and Beastlord has joined the warband. Both hold promises of hordes of thugs and beastmen to join Gaston in the future.

Pink and Blue Horrors.

Two Pink Horrors was gifted to Gaston, as demonic aid, when he made the pledge to serve Tzeentch. With the ability to turn into Blue Horrors, these are relentless on the battlefield.

Gzaz-Bagg - Chaos Troll.

Gzaz-Bag was quick to join Gaston. Relying mostly on brute force, he is a bit crude for the taste of Tzeentch, but as long as he bashes the heads of the stagnating enemies of Tzeentch, Gaston lets him change the world in hos own ways.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Tzeentch Warband WIP

So, now I am doing an Oldhammer Tzeentch Warband. It is just work in progress, so far, but I promise to post more (and better) images as things get more finished...

A Chaos Champion, base unfinished.

A messy group shot.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Throwback Saturday

Things have admittedly been going really slow around here lately. I am not painting or gaming much anymore and most of my miniatures time goes with sorting my collection, selling off unwanted items and projects I never get around to finish.

Then this thing happened today. I was sorting out old files in the computer and I fell upon a folder of pictures of my old Blood Angels army. This army was mostly done in the time of 40K 2nd edition, but it didn't get any game time untill 4th.

The paintjob is deffinately not up to my current standard, but some of you guys might get a kick out of seing this anyway.


Complete Army.

Bikes.

Commanders.

Larger command section. 

Death Company.

Dreadnoughts.

Some of the Rogue Trader guys.

Medic on bike.

Scouts.

Tactical Squad 1.

Tactical Squad 2.

Vehicles.

Terminators.

Most of this army has been sold off long time ago, but I have kept some of the older models and have them lying around somewhere.

It would be funny to put a unit or two of these guys on the table once more.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

My First Fully Painted Fantasy Army

If you have been following this blog or know me well, then you also know that I have been mainly dabling in Sci-Fi miniatures of all sorts. But lately it seems that the Fantasy bug has bitten me. 

As mentioned previously I had been struggling to paint an Oldhammer Dwarf Army, but since we started playing Age of Sigmar I have actually been able to fully paint a gameable army. Only 1000 points so far, mind you, but I have plenty of models to expand my army.

The Classic Army Pose!

So far my army consist of the following characters and units:

Dwarf General
Runepriest
Engineer

Two units of 10 Warriors
One unit of 10 Quarrellers

A Cannon and a Giant