Friday, May 7, 2021
Monday, May 3, 2021
Friday, April 30, 2021
Many earlier posts have spoken of my love of the old Space Hulk range of WH40K miniatures. This week's back cover is a fantastic example of how the 'Eavy Metal team beautifully rendered these classic minis that still look amazing thirty years later.
Monday, April 26, 2021
Doomsday Comes To The Office Park
Friday, April 23, 2021
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
How Much Beard Conditioner Do The Squat Homeworlds Consume Each Year?
Sunday, April 18, 2021
So Much Bone White To Paint, So Little Time...
Friday, April 16, 2021
Waaaagggghhhh, Da Orks!!!!
There is certainly some bias involved since this was my first issue, but this is my favorite of the back cover dioramas in WD. I spent so many hours in the pre-internet days of my teens staring at this picture and dreaming of how I would paint the models or use them in a game. I loved reading 'Ere We Go and built so many aspirational ork armies on paper that never saw a game. The original plastic boyz, battlewagon, and warbike are still sitting in their boxes twenty-five years later just waiting to recreate this classic scene. 2023 hobby goals perhaps????
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Devastator Squad Scalprum
|Veteran battle brother Daskhorael has the honor of carrying one of the squad's two banners, while brother Malachai wields the Lascannon and brother Azathor hefts the ponderous Multi-Melta.|
|The wisdom of veteran sergeant Scalprum helps guide the powerful fire of the squad, ensuring that brothers Soriel and Astrovel find plentiful targets for their Missile Launcher and Heavy Bolter.|
Sunday, April 11, 2021
A Whole Lot Of Trees And One Measly Elf...
My son and I recently bought a truckload of common Magic cards at a used book store. We were able to put together a variety of decks for all the colors and we have been playing almost everyday. It's been very enjoyable and more importantly I can beat my son at least a third of the time so it finally gives me a game system where I'm at least winning semiregularly. The cards are from all across the twenty years the game has been around so it's a lot more fun to make decks this way than just buying some of the starter decks and boosters that are currently on the market. As much as my son and I love playing WH40K or Heroclix, MTG gives us a quick game we can play in twenty minutes or less when he has lunch or recess break from virtual school. Thanks for stopping by and stay safe out there!