June 2012

Finally got around to painting one of the most useful and beautiful Khador jacks. Specially since I built it (and its base) sooooo many months ago. There’s a WIP in here somewhere. Three painting updates in a week isn’t bad. Let’s see if I can keep that up. God knows I have the unpainted models for it!!

And here you have more Cryx. No, I didn’t forget about them. Been playing Asphyxious quite a bit lately to be honest. These guys have a few little conversions, most notably an Avatars of War head on the leader to actually notice which one he is on the table.

Bane Knights are really good, even without stealth like their brothers. Just make sure they get there fast (much like doom reavers?)

Here’s that second unit of Doom Reavers that made it to the group photo. Tats mostly let the opponent know they’re a different unit, but for me looking at them from the back had to make a tiny mark on their bases. Even if they have tats on their backs, its hard to easily see how the units are standing (specially if they’re very close) and we know how important placement is for them (berserker, low CMD, abomination rule for other models, weak against AOEs, etc).

Just a review of painted stuff. Why not??

Warcasters: Sorscha1 (metal), Butcher1 (2010), Irusk2, Vlad2.
Jacks: 2x Devastators, Juggernaut (metal), Destroyer (metal), Kodiak, Torch, Behemoth, Magnetized plastic Jack (Juggy, Destroyer, Marauder, Decimator)
Units: Widowmakers, Great Bears, MoW Demo Corps, MoW Shocktroopers, WG Mortar team, 2x Doom Reavers (+1 Greylord Escort)
Solos: Manhunter, War dog, Widowmaker marksman.

On the desk: Spriggan, Old Witch, Manhunter (variant)

Assembled on the shelf: probably as many minis as the painted lot (yeah, even jacks)