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That thing is fantastic!!!

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Thanks, EyeamRal!

Finished my Spore Mines. Pretty exciting stuff.


   
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Making very good progress on my Exo-Armour Squats, and started on the skeletons. Still deciding on a scheme. Any suggestions?

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For the skeletons I'm a fan of the red

 
   
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Ha, hearing all the answers on different websites! I'll probably paint up one of each and compare them in person before making a final decision.

I posted this a while ago but here's an update. I really like modeling allied forces with creative "counts-as" options, but with so many allied forces I wound up having to reference at least one PDF document every game (and sometimes two, three, or even four!). It was really irritating to have to scroll through poorly-laid-out Codexes to find every little rule for a unit in the middle of a game, so I decided to consolidate each allied unit's rules on a single page.

Once I had the rules together, I figured I should add photos to make the "counts-as"easier for new opponents. With the photos, it made sense to then add little fluffy bits justifying the rules for the unit. Then I'd have blank spaces on the page begging to be filled, so I started looking up art online or writing little fluff boxes. Next thing I knew, I was making a fully-fledged book.

Here's an example of some counts-as rules for two Forge World units (Griffon Mortar and Earthshaker Emplacement) as well as a unit from my Catachan-allied Eldar detachment.



All the rules are right there, with photos of the models, so no scrambling around for PDFs or printouts. All the rules, including army-wide rules and weapon profiles, are right there in the entry. Makes playing infinitely more enjoyable!

If anyone is interested in seeing the whole document, with lots of photos and fluff, shoot me an email (p.h.dolan at gmail). I'd love proofreading and input.

   
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Hey really like you idea on the count-as codex. Great way to personalize your army. Might have to steal your ideas again.


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Love your homemade codex. It's a great idea and I would love to play against such a beautiful army. Great work again man

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I like the green and the tan the best!

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Thanks, guys!

 bebopdrums2424 wrote:
Pekel its been awhile, i made the switch to infinity. But your blog is always a blast to sift through Keep it UP

Heya, Bebop! Saw you made the switch... tragic stuff. Of course your painting is still fantastic, but I hope someday you come back around to 40k!

EyeamRal, I think I'm going to test-paint both turquoise and tan. It's been a tough choice, but I think those will fit in best with the terrain.

Dunno when I'll get to finish all these, so figured I'd share WIP shots.

Squats in Exo-Armour (Grey Knight Terminators).



Summoned Skeleton (lesser daemon) progress so far.



Warp-imbued ironwood tree (Great Unclean One). It's shorter than my standard warp-imbued tree made from the unconverted Treeman kit, but it's way bulkier. I thickened the legs, added the fat gut, gave it a big hunchback, and stuck on a ton of spare branches. I'm already regretting all those skulls now that painting has started...





Looking forward to space dwarfs fighting a warp-tained living jungle hellhole as it comes to life around their outpost!

   
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Thanks, deadmeat85!

Started making some classic stacking hills for my terrain collection. Wanted to share because they're an easy project that I think make a big difference in the playability and visual interest of a battlefield. Thought I'd walk people through the steps I took.

1. Maximize your storage space. In the shelves where I keep terrain, I had some "dead space" where the terrain didn't fill the whole height of the shelf. By screwing in some brackets, I could install "sub-shelves" to allow more terrain to fit. I measured these two spaces - one was 8"x11"x3", and one was 7"x11"x3".

2. Get the most hill for your space by experimenting with paper templates before cutting any foam. Because my hills are going to be 1" tall, I could have three stacked up in each shelf space. I cut three 8"x11" rectangles of paper, and three 7"x11". The bottom of each pile stayed the maximum size, and I cut the two layers above into interesting shapes that "puzzled" together, so there was almost no wasted dead space when they were stacked.

3. Don't forget how they fit together! After you cut your paper, be sure to draw on it somehow to indicate how they fit together. If you shuffle them up without doing this, you could have a very difficult time remembering how they all fit together in a nice compact stack.

4. Trace the outlines of the hills onto pink foamboard. Make sure to make them slightly larger than you intend, as the cutting and sanding process will shrink them a bit.

5. Cut the hills out. I just used a kitchen knife, but if you have a foam cutting tool (a heated wire on a handle), that's ideal. Here's my pink foam cut and stacked. Note how each piece has a designation (7" L3 means it's on the third level of the 7" wide shelf, while lines drawn on the edges show how it fits with other hills stacked on that level).



Here's the same hills spread out. Right now some of the edges are really squared off, but as they get trimmed and sanded they'll round off to more organic shapes. I tried to make some interesting shapes that work together to make winding crevices or canyons for models to move through. When setting up the battlefield you can decide if you want these canyons big enough to allow monstrous creatures, or if you want them small enough that infantry can dash into them to escape larger models (the idea of a Catachan squad dashing into the safety of the crevices as a Carnifex bellows in rage, unable to fit its bulk in for pursuit, is pretty neat).



Here's two three-stack hills. The top pieces will have spikes so they can hold bridge pieces in place.



That makes them compatible with my existing temple terrain, which uses the bridges.



An example 4-stack hill, with an objective on top. This should be more interesting to fight over than having the objective plopped on the ground somewhere.



An important thing, both game-wise and aesthetically, is to have some scatter terrain for your hills. This will really help break up the "stepped" look and have them appear more natural. Game-wise, it will give units incentive to move up and onto the hills for a cover save, instead of being exposed on a barren hill. I have a jungle board but these could easily be desert rock outcroppings, crystal clusters, fossilized bone bits, tundra pine trees, Tyranid growths, etc.



Next step on my hills is to sand and round the edges, then cover the tops and edges of the bases with sand. I also plan on embedding large fishing weights into the hills, to give them some heft. The foam is very lightweight, and you don't want your hills sliding around during a battle.

Will probably post a few more photos eventually showing the hills before priming. Hope this was interesting/helpful to at least someone!

   
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Nice looking terrain.

For your skeletons, I think the green is by far the best option. It looks both different and totally appropriate at the same time,

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Someone interviewed me about the Catachan army for their blog - figured I'd share it here. It has some new photos and some background on both me and the models.

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I know, I have a bunch of things WIP... but I got a new kit and couldn't resist! Converting Tyranids was always my first love, so the bugs get bumped up in line. Here's my take on the Exocrine/Haruspex kit, which has been magnetized (seems like it's almost designed to take magnets!). I didn't magnetize the scything tail, but if I wind up writing it into lists I'll do so.

The Exocrine was converted to mimic my custom Tyrannofex and Tyranid Bombard (which I used to call the Exocrine, but had to change when GW released an official model). I took the same periscope-eye that both have, and added the blind head that my Tyrannofex has. The big Hive Bombard had flesh hook anchors on its chest to hold it against recoil, so I did something similar with this guy. The forelimb anchors are from Spore Mines spliced onto the scything talon forelimbs. I think the final product looks more like a menacing, stationary gun platform than the unconverted kit!



From day one, I didn't like the Haruspex. Some people like "gribbly" Tyranids, but I prefer to sleek them down by removing excess spines and tentacles. Random spikes and tentacles usually look goofy and awkward to me, not dangerous. I do like the new Toxicrene, but the lumpy gutsy Haruspex maw always looked more Chaos/Nurgle than Tyranid to me. I did, however, instantly love the curved spines by the Haruspex head - they look a lot like miniature scything talons from the old metal Screamer-Killer. So to convert my Haruspex, I removed all the lumpy tentacles and reduced the maw to a toothed ring. Then I took a set of maw-talons from a second Haruspex kit and added them around the head. I love the result - it has a sort of Predator/Dilophosaurus look. And from the right angle, the head looks like a mini Screamer-Killer with the four talons coming off the sides.



Very happy with the improvements to both kits, particularly the cleaned-up Haruspex! Exo-Armour Squats, daemon skeletons, and Great Unclean One tree are all about 80-90% done and will hopefully be up soon.

   
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At long last, Exo-Armour Squats are done.



With a wee little Squat lad wearing naught but carapace armour:



And for those who don't recall, the Squat that started it all - my Catachan Enginseer:



The hill terrain is also done barring a few more spots of varied foliage, the Great Unclean One is very close, the Skeletons are at about 80%, and the Exocrine/Haruspex has already passed the basecoat stage. So lots more coming up, hopefully soon!

   
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These are awesome! Really well painted and converted especially the psycannon/assault cannon thing.

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Thanks! I'm very pleased with the final Exo-Squats.

Remember these from a few posts back?



Got them finished up pretty quickly. Here they are all painted:



And here's an example setup. Note they're not completely finished here - the bright tan got another wash to tone it down, and then some green streaks and patches. The scatter foliage is also going to be painted so it blends in much better. But I think think would be a neat choke point before a Catachan base setup. I can even have my "Jurassic Park" gates tie right into a cliff wall, or put the entrance door in between the walls of a canyon.



Once the scatter terrain is painted and there's lots more of it, it should look really good and soften the severe "stepped" look of the terrain. But i'm excited to have modular terrain that really makes the game more vertical and interesting!

   
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Finally finished this guy at long, long last! All the sculpting took a long time, and highlighting all those leaves and skulls was a chore. Plus the branches are incredibly delicate, and a few needed repairs during the painting process. I'm happy with the final product, and possibly even happier that it's just done!




And if I decide I want my Catachan to summon Daemons, here's the 500pt list I tack on. A Primaris Psyker with the Malefic discipline (doesn't take up a force org slot, so I can tack it onto any IG list even if it has two HQ), Great Unclean One, Daemon Prince of Nurgle, and ten Daemonettes. Still painting-in-progress are my ten summoned skeletons (Bloodletters).



Also, if my brother and I are feeling like a game is too boring, we treat the Daemons as being in reserve and randomly deepstriking down (scatter 6D6 off the center of the board). They automatically move towards and attack the nearest unit. Represents the armies fighting in Warp-tainted jungle and makes for some very funny (and terrifying) game moments.

Sorry for the bad photos... the pictures looked oversaturated in Photoshop, then as soon as I uploaded them to Photobucket they looked undersaturated. Still not sure why Photobucket messes so much with the saturation of everything I upload.

   
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I've seen a few knock-off company miniatures of the Emperor floating around the internet, and I'm wondering if anybody knows where to get a cheap one. It can be a terrible sculpt and terrible quality, as long as it's cheap.

I want to make a terrain piece for my Catachan which is a metal statue of the Emperor, covered in verdigris and jungle growth and bird droppings, surrounded by tons of heads on spikes. I like the idea that the Catachan don't get on their knees and pray to the Emperor - they go out and kill the biggest thing they can find and offer it up in fealty. In addition to just being a neat concept it would give me free reign to paint up a ton of fun xenos, daemon, heretic and generic Fantasy monster heads.

Rules-wise, one model within 6" may give up their shooting to "pray to the Emperor" and gain the Ork Lucky Stikk special rule.These are the two Emperor models I really like but have had no luck finding online. Any help would be appreciated!





For content, even though it's rather old content, I found these three photos still on my phone. Since my old image host died and I lost most of my photos, here they are uploaded again for those who have never seen them.







Almost done are those skeleton Daemons and the magnetic Haruspex/Exocrine. Also assembled six new Jetbikes, in the process of converting Shining Spears, and bought parts to base my Eldar grav-tanks on nice big bases.

   
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The colors are so vibrant and cleanly painted. I really like what you've done with those dwarves, too. One day the Squats will return... one day...

 
   
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Invited a bunch of friends up for a "Ham Slam" wargaming weekend, which was a resounding success. I had a bunch of friends who either played long ago, or were curious about learning, so we got together to teach everyone how the current edition works. Now one is painting his Orks after not touching them for years, another wants to make a cityfight board based off his neighborhood, another is thinking about buying a Kill Team, another is going to look for her old Space Marines, and another (not always the most enthusiastic person) kept talking about how much fun he had. Far better result than I had dared expect!

I mostly play my brother, so it's exciting that so many people are now interested in joining in. Looks like we'll have a good little hobby community going!

Some photos:

5-player Kill Team free-for-all from the first night. Most players were either brand-new to the game or hadn't played in years, so it was an easy way to teach and resulted in a lot of betrayal, broken alliances, and backstabbing. My one of my friends appears to be considering my newly-outflanked Sentinel.



I intended to send this photograph to my brother, but instead texted it to a girl I recently started talking to. Oops.



Phallic Tervigon was the butt of countless jokes, especially when he clogged up on turn three and starting shooting blanks. Poor guy!



The Termagants that were spawned by the Tervigon (AKA "goo Monsters," AKA "Spermagants" AKA "D*ck Lizards" AKA etc.) made some unlikely friends in allied Chaos Marines.



The Dino Riders make a bold dash at the exposed Khorne Marines, but a few boltgun rounds to the face makes them re-think that option and fall back.



My favorite part of the game - the Helbrute Murderclan or whatever the formation is called teleports into the jungle, steadily chewing their way through the right flank. I love those models. One of their lascannons managed to explode the Triceratops, evidently triggering its store of mortar shells and killing several nearby Space Marines in a glorious 6" explosion.



My friend Ethan was disappointed to learn what good a Crozius was against a raging Helbrute.



The Black/Red Templars were pretty much left to the dogs by their allies - by the time the allied Catachan and Eldar were mobilized to help, most of the Space Marines were buried beneath an Ork green tide or torn to bit by the Helfucks.



My friend Dan, 100% new to 40k, took great delight in the Venomthrope's gas cloud. Dubbed the "Fart Monster," the Venomthrope and his monster friends parked in cover took a ton of firepower to bring down.



Khorne Lord falls beneath the rifle butts of a bunch of prancing elvin space potters and painters.



The Wraithknight hangs out, missing every single shot and remaining largely stationary. The table was divided over whether it was trying to hit ships in low orbit, was confused by the clouds, or was just shooting its enormous gun beams up into the air over and over again like some useless giant raver. In this photo you can see the Wraithknight and Leman Russ teaming up to miss their shots at the Helgang Murdercrowd. In the background, TheChirurgeon is teabagging the Wraithknight in celebration.



Exocrine reaped a solid tally with its crazy plasmic cannon. The Chaos Marines hung back and chilled with it.



As I was typing this, I got a message from one of the new players saying he wants to learn how to paint. Another guy left talking about a new Tau army he wants to make. Another just texted me a photo of his ancient Star Wars minis to make a counts-as army. Truly a great success!

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Sounds (and looks) like an awesome time!

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Great job man. It's always fun when you can have an awesome time and draw people back into the hobby. I'm trying to do the same thing with some people in my area. It can be frustrating to start, but every person added is another person to play with and share the hobby with.

Also, loved the tea-bagging picture

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 Freytag93 wrote:
Great job man. It's always fun when you can have an awesome time and draw people back into the hobby. I'm trying to do the same thing with some people in my area. It can be frustrating to start, but every person added is another person to play with and share the hobby with.

It's continued to be a great success... just had people over on Sunday for a game, and everyone who came over now has an army (plus an additional guy who didn't make it, but is planning on joining the fun). Thrilled to see how much everyone is into it!

I just made flickering flaming wreck markers after wanting to for years - stumbled across LED tealights in a store and figured it was a sign. Super easy to make, and look awesome. I sprayed the cotton with like ten layers of varnish so it's really durable. Also plan on using them to indicate building ruins on fire in cityfight, so anybody moving in them takes dangerous terrain tests.



With the new Eldar Jetbikes, converting my old ones to Shining Spears. Made the laser lances from Guardian shuriken catapult arms, Dark Elf spears, and Dark Eldar heat lances all pinned together. Still awaiting two brand new ones.



For the new Shining Spears, I still need Guardian Heavy Weapon Platform shields. You can see I cut them up to make wings on the jetbikes. I believe each weapon platform comes with a spare, so hopefully players have some extra. Anybody have spares to donate/trade/sell?

   
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Got the necessary bits from some members of another forum, so progress continues!

Here's the squads in progress. Previously I only had three Guardian Jetbikes, a Vyper, and an Autarch on Jetbike. For my birthday I got six new Guardian Jetbikes and converted my old ones to Shining Spears. With the new kits and bits I've added an additional two Shining Spears and a Warlock on Jetbike.



Wanted the Warlock to look special, and I'm real happy with how my spare Wraithknight head looks. I was missing a bit for the bottom of the jet intakes, hence the blobby greenstuff, but it will all be smoothed and filed down before priming.



Now I'm stepping back to finish the daemon skeletons and Exocrine/Haruspex that have been sitting at about 95% completion for several months. Hope to post those soon!

   
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The jetbikes are looking good mate. I like that you've made the two types stand out from each other so that they are easily recognizable on the table.

I'm not sure how I feel about the warlock though. When he is next to the other bikes, his looks pretty stumpy. I think if you elongated the body a bit, you could keep the head and it would fit with the aesthetic of the others. Just my 2 cents.

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Freytag, I definitely agree that the "stumpy" look sticks out a bit - I played with elongating it, but decided I preferred the compact look over making it too long. Making it longer also introduced problems with how to cover up the exposed sides. Appreciate the feedback, but I think for now I'll keep it as it is.

For the past ~10 years, I've mostly played 40k against my brother exclusively (gaming stores were quickly ruled to be out of the question after a few tries there). Recently my friends, who all know about my enthusiasm for the game, encouraged me to host a Ham Slam weekend to teach them all how to play.

Now they all play, and they're mostly engineers. With access to laser cutters, 3D printers, translucent acrylic, all manner of servos/motors, etc. We're entering a crazy renaissance of hobby possibilities.

One just "whipped this up" at work today for his growing Necron army. It's still an early draft, and a glowing crystal is planned for the middle, but I think it's looking good. A variety of towers, bridges, and glowing barricades are in store as well.



I'm thinking he could start a decent little ebay store of kits down the line. Would anyone here be interested? Anything you'd like to see?

   
 
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