The third book in the Realmgate Wars series is unique in that it’s the first not to tie directly into a source book. This allows the authors to really explore the new setting in a way the previous books weren’t allowed to. So how does the first novel untethered by an existing story fare?
Today I have another exclusive interview with Erasmus, the creator of The Lord Inquisitor movie project.
I approached painting this model with the objective of doing the quickest, easiest techniques I could while maintaining a high level of quality.
When Christmas was approaching I picked up the Skullgrinder as a gift for him and have a go at painting it. I have to say, this guy was a lot of fun to work on.
I recently picked up the Chaos Dreadhold Battletome for cheap so of course I had to give it a review. So how does the very first Battletome, and only Battletome not for a specific army, hold up against its younger brothers?
After I had finished my unit of Liberators I decided on my Retributors, the heavy hitters of the force. Here’s how I painted them up!
Looking back to look ahead – How the Warhammer Community has changed from one Hobbyist’s Point-of-View.
Graham McNeill’s fantastic Mechanicus trilogy came to an end earlier this year with Gods of Mars. I’m a little late to the party, but I have finally finished the last book in the series, and what an ending!
The second installment in the audio drama series for Age of Sigmar is now out – how does it hold up compared to the first one?
One of the most common questions I get asked is how I paint the gold on my Stormcast Eternals, so without further ado, here is a step by step tutorial on the process!
I finished reading the Legacy of Caliban trilogy by Gav Thorpe and knew I had to pick his brain a bit about the world altering events that occurred in it.
Having a Tactical Marine under my belt I figured it was a good idea to tackle one of the other model types in the Betrayal at Calth boxset.