Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Currently I have been slaving away in my lab on my GK army. I already pressed out molds for all the vehicles and have done work on the dreads. However I am waiting for some bitz to redo part of the dreads because I was unhappy with sections of the model and think they could look better, in the meantime I had two perfect excuses to do some other modifications I had been thinking about for some time... Join me in the lab for a quick peek, but don't feed anything or let anything out of its cage... I don't care what it says..
Friday, August 17, 2012
It's Friday which by itself is an excuse to drink and party with the ladies. However these awesome new pictures are already making the rounds online only to further cement in that the rumors of releases are looking spot on.. Chaos is looming, and I don't mean that your children are playing with playdoe while drinking kool aide in the living room on your new White carpet.. I mean we appear to actually be getting a Codex for them after what seems like forever..Let's take a look at the leak...
Thursday, August 16, 2012
As I tinker, build, and madly create in the lab. All to further the never ending war that is warhammer 40k. Through experimentation and the loss of many lives in the name of SCIENCE I have made several great discovery’s over the last few years.. or what I am trying to say is apparently practice makes you better at modeling and painting. Who would have thought?
So as I have reached this cross roads in my hobby life, I wonder what is the normal response of what to do with my stuff? I figure I have a few options…
Monday, August 13, 2012
All forces need a leader, a warlord, or a warmaster. It was to Coteaz fluff that I was initially drawn when I read the GK codex and decided that as I started my first imperial army I would start with a Coteaz force. Who better to lead the marines that tend to kill off those they ally with to keep secrets than someone else just as driven to get results.. The ends justify the means can be heard under the breath of several of those under the Inquisitors command, but more often you will here that it is better to die than to have to admit failure in a task to Lord Coteaz.