The ? until I finish or get tired of talking about it or get worn out by work or move on to other projects.
You know. Let's have some pictures!
I took the RustyCrons, heavy on troops and tricks. Frankly, it's not a great tournament list, but it has teeth and I know how to use it. Ultimately, that's why I took it. I toyed with borrowing the Grey Knights I painted for the Little Tim That Could - but that would have been a mistake.
In one sense, experience, anyway! There were more Daemon armies than you cold shake a stick at!
Vargard Obyron. I painted this in the hour before the flight, and it shows... but this is one bad dude. I would have been better served dropping the Stormlord - 'cause frankly, that trick is tired - and sticking with this beatstick.
Some pics of the Fabricator General's beautiful CronAir army.
Funny, I recognized this style the moment I saw it. Bigger Barrera has a very distinctive look of washes and layers over grey.
Another shot at the RustyCrons. The Quad-Crystal was useless - did you know it can't shoot by itself? It's not an emplaced weapon, a la the Bastion. Since I believe you win in the movement phase (with this type of army, anyway) I hardly shot that damn thing.
We're still all shaking out the minutia of 6th.
A few pics of my last game against Kenny of Next Level Painting and his unreal-beautiful Daemons army.
He hit his preferred - which was a stacked drop - hit his drops - not so hard, nowadays - and played his game to the hilt.
Against an army geared around Fateweaver, the only good strategy is taking the Flying Chicken out. I never came close.
I'll go over the game in more detail in the future. Vacation is over - off to work!
I've been a bit under the weather this week, but I did get some painting done. I finished up this Grey Knight Librarian for the Tim Tha...
One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.
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The title says it all; this is the first commission work I've taken on that involved painting a complete army. It's fair to say it ...