Just a quick one today – this is where I’ve been putting my hobby time recently: I’ve been painting Stormcast Eternals for my order army! Mostly I have devoted my time to starting the slow and gradual process of NMMing (Non-Metallic-Metal) my Judicators. I’ve actually been stippling them – in a bastardisation of the techniques learned at the David Soper masterclass. The techy painting is really pushing me and I’m finding it quite difficult, as I’m learning my way round a new technique whilst trying to adapt it to ensure I don’t spend 20hours on each model! The aim here is 3hours or less for each ‘Battleline’ troop, maybe 4hours or less for fancier Paladins. I’ve also done a little more work on my Elf Mage/Battlemage Farseer conversion.
I had so much fun at Warhammer Worlds Heat 3 playing my janky High Elf Dragon list that I’ve decided to continue working on The (turquoise) Twilight Host! I’m looking for excuses to use nice plastic characters (be they Aelf or otherwise), in this article I cover making a High (Aelf) Elf Mage conversion using the Warhammer 40k Eldar Farseer model.
I picked up the beautiful Eldar Farseer model from the Warhammer 40,000 range with a view to what is basically a head/arm swap. The head swap was simple, the arms were far more complex than I had intended upon though. The fantastic Empire Battle Wizard box came in very useful, as well as some Eternal Guard/Wyldwood Ranger Vambraces.
FaceHammer are blogging!
Hello peeps, we’ve started blogging! Hopefully this can become your go-to place for FaceHammer flavoured updates on everything Age Of Sigmar! We’re going to be treating it much like FaceHammer’s Twitter but without a text limit :).
What can you expect to see here?
- What we’re hobbying on currently
- Event photos and feedback
- Tactical insight into games we have played
- List writing thoughts and discussions
- Product reviews
- All things Age of Sigmar related!
For my first post I thought I’d pick something very basic: my hobby corner! (It made me tidy as a hidden bonus..). Like a lot of you I have limited space to hobby in, and I often work at my desk too, so I’ve found a nice middle ground.