If you were wondering how the first ever international Heralds of Ruin tournament went down, head over to the blog at JustPlay for my report. It's here.
Yeah, it's late.
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|The finished article|
|Dracon Espina, First Trueborn of the Kabal of the Lateral Thorn|
|Espina's pet genestealer, with skinplanted chain and mind-shackle. Plays as an Ur-Ghul.|
|Lhamaean Ilex disdains the cult's usual trappings of exposed flesh and fluttering lashes, preferring the stark beauty of the kill.|
|The Medusae called Goire is a self-styled wizard. No true psyker, his powers flow not from the Warp but the brain parasite he carries.|
|Eydouxii's serpentine body provides terrifying strength and a shocking turn of speed.|
|"Bring me their heads!"|
|Blanche knows. Get writing!|
|It's just a senseless waste of human endeavour. Like this terrible misallocation of Google Glass 2.|
|I like to think his name is Rover, short for Land Rover, nickname for Land Raider, because he absolutely will kill you.|
|On the hunt for Bill Posters|
|No way he could afford that helmet on his pay, know what I mean?|
|They really take a hard line on flyposting, that's for sure.|
|The Dead Saints March. Does nothing dead just stay dead anymore?|
First of all, I don't thin my paints! My white is usually just white primer with a wash, in case of the Arbites a warm brown, (GW) agrax earthshade. Then the gw white comes really thin out of the pod, so you need maybe three layers to build up to pure white. I don't like a clean look on my minis so the white is always a shade of some grey or brown, just some small areas are really pure white.
|Now you can do it too... probably...|
[Levelling up your painting] is not so easy for me. I painted 5000 points of imperial fists and did not improve my skill like I did with 10 different models for my killteams. Try something different. Don't always use the same way to start a mini. Batch painting does not improve anything, that's my tip. If you want to paint a big army you have to, sure, but if you want to improve try different techniques, colours, and tools. and of course: listen to Duncan and thin your paints!!