Tuesday, September 28, 2010

NEW @ BLOGGING

All my warhammer friends are doing it so I finally felt it was time to jump on the bandwagon and have a go. I look forward to posting on my new blog at least once a week with pictures of my current projects, battle reports, tacticas or anything else to do with miniature wargaming. My main two 40K armies are Imperial Guard and Space Marines. The IG have been shelved for the time being while I pursue armies that are more fun to play with and against and I look forward to starting Dark Eldar like every other jackass in November. My favorite GW Specialist Game is Mordheim, and I hope to post pictures of Warbands and Campaigns to come.
Hope you all enjoy.

~kings 


To kick things off, here is a picture of my... 
Mantis Warrior Tranquility Veterans Camo Scheme. 




Scout Veteran Sergeant 




Mantis Warrior Terminator



7 comments:

  1. Hey I painted the base of that terminator!

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  2. sweet, I linked it up on mine...

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  3. Nice to see someone else who has just started blogging like me.

    Only crit I have is the text on your blog is a little small, other than that great pics and models too.

    If your interested my blog is: http://paintingmunkystyle.blogspot.com/

    I hope the blog goes well

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  4. Great models. Good luck in the Blogosphere! BTW, love the Mantis Warriors as a choice of Chapters - here's to them getting some FW model love!

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  5. Thanks for the comments guys. I am generally a very slow painter but I am hoping this blog motivates me to actually take pictures of what I've been working on.

    @Munky
    Very nice Nids man. I especially like the Lash Whip being a symbiotic weapon!

    @ Old School Termi
    I was very disapointed to hear that Mantis Warriors wont be in the first Badab FW book but none the less, I am excited.

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  6. Outstanding work on the tranquility scheme, it looks great on the vehicle!

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  7. Those looks simply stunning. I especially like the color scheme on the tank. But I think the Scout sergeant is my favorite out of the three. Great job on them!

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