Another hobby session, and another step closer to de-greying the combat patrol. Only the infantry squad and heavy weapons squad to go now... Today’s entry is the raison d’etre of the whole force: Lord Adeodatus de Lattyr, Rogue Trader. I can see a few little splodges for clean-up already 😦 Using the wonderful Necromunda Kal … Continue reading #NewYearNewArmy – Part 6 – HQ
I’m calling the Scout sentinel done. Pretty standard paint job on this and only some minor kitbashing with the Bretonnian Man-at-arms head for the pilot. This is to tie in with the veteran squad, and fits the theme I have for my force of some retired Guardsmen being called up again following an erroneous order … Continue reading #NewYearNewArmy – Part 4 – Fast Attack
Back in the grim dark days of April 2020 I began to form a plan for some 40k tabletop scenery. While I spent most of the year making prototype after prototype for the buildings and therefore not getting much done, I did manage to make a few pieces of scatter terrain. First up was an … Continue reading You must bring us…A STATUARY!
First HQ unit done: Aradia Madellan - Primaris Psyker from the Blackstone Fortress Escalation game. I was trying to work out which HQ to do first, the psyker or Creed. Decided to go with the psyker as she's usable in both Kill Team and 40k. Wow, the camera's really unforgiving... Took me about 4 1/2 … Continue reading #NewYearNewArmy – Part 2 – HQ
Whoops, it’s been over a month since my last update...very little progress as well but here goes: The Moebius Every rogue trader needs a ship, and to start with Adeodatus (Adeo to his friends) has managed to obtain a decommissioned naval vessel, albeit an ancient one. It had been grounded on a planet for millennia … Continue reading Ad Infinitum Et Ultra
With the launch of 9th edition 40k, my plans to raise my own Astra Militarum Regiment have advanced. As well as creating a force I can play some games with, I also want to explore the narrative element by drawing on my history with the game, some of my other projects and interests, and build … Continue reading Raising A Regiment