I wasn’t planning on starting another faction for Infinity, but I did. After more than a year of Infinity being my main game, playing in 4 leagues and multiple tournaments I was burnt out. I needed a break.
Between other projects I had time to finish a couple more Enforcers for Deadzone, a specialist and the Enforcer Captain.
Another couple of models, a Blood Angel and a Space Wolf, finished after a long time on the painting table.
The Dreadnought is done! My first vow for this ETL is finished.
These are some quick paintjobs I did for a couple of scatter terrain pieces for the club. The best part is, you can get these MDF designs online for free!
A very short post today. This Saturday I picked a box of the new 32mm Sector Imperialis bases, and a couple of the new gem effect paints and the 4 heroes add-on for Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower… but today’s post is about the plastic bases.
Almost two years ago I bought Deadzone, and while the game was interesting I wasn’t very happy with the restic miniatures. So they’ve been half-painted sitting on my shelve since then. Until now.
For the fifth year, the Bolter and Chainsword is celebrating the E Tenebrae Lux (ETL) painting challenge. And I’m going to do my part for the Dark Angels! Will you?
You don’t need many miniatures to play Infinity, but you do need quite a few terrain elements. With these couple of pieces I’ve finished begins my own Infinity Urban table project.
I’ve finished my first test models, one Ghar and one Concord, for Beyond the Gates of Antares. Well, actually, one and a half for the Concord as I wasn’t happy with my first choice of colours.