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Do you play tabletop wargames?
No, of course not. Tabletop wargamers are so nerdy they make PC fanboys look cool and studly. 34%  34%  [ 24 ]
Yes. I love my little painted figures. I give them all names and stroke them every night. I live for weapons damage charts. 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
I used to, but discovered girls. 54%  54%  [ 38 ]
What are you talking about? 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
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You'd have thought they'd have knocked the £65 off.


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Blimey. Are they non-Epic sized rhinos and whatnot? That'll take a fuck of a lot of painting.

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Yeah 'full size' so lots of paint to add to the order. And brushes too.

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Not to mention buckets of poly cement.

Seems pretty pointless, how many tactical squads does one person need? Even a gaming club is gonna run out of uses for 'vanilla marines with bolters' if they divvied it all up.


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I've finally finished the skirmish board, and the kids have been doing a "dragon vs skeletons vs tanks" game. At some point I'll introduce dice to it...:)

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Awesome stuff.

Why spoil things with dice? :)

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That's awesome. Can the figures stand up on the hills, though?

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Thank you!

Yes they can stand up on all of the hills - the bases are made from 2p coins with a fair bit of polyfilla on them, so they're bottom heavy, and the fake turf (which is really nice, much better than the old woodflakes stuff) is a little bit grippy.

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I always wanted a cool bit of terrain for my miniatures when I was a kid. That's great stuff. I only really got as far as a bag of flock.

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A quick bishbosh paintjob, trying out a scheme for the Space Hulk genestealers:

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Nice scheme.

Now get busy :)

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Why did you put grass on the base, though? There's no grass on a spaceship.

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That's a very good point, well made, Grim.... Answer is that after I finished I made a little squeaking noise when I realised what an utter plum I am.

My two options for the other 29 gensstealers, the 10 appalling terminators fromthe Space Hulk set and the 8 lovely 1st edition chaos terminators is either (i) buy a bunch of resin bases with decking patterns on them, which is quite spenny or (ii) cover bases in sand and paint black, drybrush grey, which would look a bit arse.

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If you look at the model train boys stuff, you can get plasticard with embossed patterns, like diamond safety tread or tile patterns.


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That's a very good point, well made, Grim.... Answer is that after I finished I made a little squeaking noise when I realised what an utter plum I am.

My two options for the other 29 gensstealers, the 10 appalling terminators fromthe Space Hulk set and the 8 lovely 1st edition chaos terminators is either (i) buy a bunch of resin bases with decking patterns on them, which is quite spenny or (ii) cover bases in sand and paint black, drybrush grey, which would look a bit arse.

Blue Man Group of Tzeentch finally got based last night:

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That looks great....

Where is Dimmers these days?

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Pundabaya wrote:
If you look at the model train boys stuff, you can get plasticard with embossed patterns, like diamond safety tread or tile patterns.

Oooooh, I shall have a look in Antics in Stroud on Saturday. That would be perfect. Thanks!

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If you look at the model train boys stuff, you can get plasticard with embossed patterns, like diamond safety tread or tile patterns.

Oooooh, I shall have a look in Antics in Stroud on Saturday. That would be perfect. Thanks!

Carbon Fiber "effect" sticker sheets are cheap as chips, and might look good too.

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Car shops sell a very fine aluminium mesh to use for bodging car bodies with filler, it'll cut with scissors and look decent with some grime effects applied.


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That's a brilliant idea, thanks Mark.

The Antics in Stroud doesn't stock any embossed styrene sheet so that wouldn't have been worth the bother anyway.

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This place is your friend. lots of train boys modelling stuff, and paints and....


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I suppose the grassy base looks odd if you're only using them for Space Hulk, but Tyranids like to tear into things on land too.

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Very tidy work, Kissyfur.

Reminds me to finish off the Keeper of Secrets I started. Man, RC cars have completely taken over my hobby time recently. Might have a dabble later as its raining.

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Pundy - yeah, he has a great selection, but his shipping prices are horrible. When I bought all the stuff for the terrain board I went to his place first, but after pricing it up it was considerably cheaper to buy it all from Hattons the railway modelling place.

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I have a stack of plastic spacemarines, and I decided to start doing something with them. Having seen From The Warp's take on the RT era Howling Griffon camo, I thought I'd shamelessly nick the methods from here: http://fromthewarp.blogspot.co.uk/2012/ ... hemes.html

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However, I feel it's missing something, and with just the wash and the basecolour touchup it looks a little flat - I've never been too sure of how to highlight camo schemes.

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Anyone here still nerding it up in the grimdark world of 40K, then? There's a new army that just launched - the Adeptus Mechanicus - and there's a whole bunch of new things on the Games Workshop site right now. Horrible Martian death machines!

DISCLAIMER: I now work at Games Workshop, as the web copywriter(I also do all the newsletters and the Warhammer news app), and the AdMech stuff was my first launch. You should all buy some. Yes.

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Love the Dragoon Lancer.

You should totally send me one :)

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Well, that took longer than expected.


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They're really very good.

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Tidy work, Kissy.

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Now do a dreadnought.

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Is the name of your sex tape

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Too many games...the Total War: Warhammer sounds lovely.

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Warhammer ninth edition - or is it? Or IS it? OR IS IT?

It's not £250 for the box, that's the New Zealand price, UK goes up in ten hours. Trust me, if you like ridiculous over the top miniatures you're going to love this lot.

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Thought they were new 40k marines with power weapons at first.

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Yeah, I'm planning some Blood Angels conversions with mine.

I sent you a parcel this morning! Sorry it took so long :)

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Yeah, I'm planning some Blood Angels conversions with mine.

I sent you a parcel this morning! Sorry it took so long :)

Wow, thanks very much! That's awesome. Did you include your address? I'll send you some prints as a thank you if you like.

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Wow, those are mental.


This is just the beginning! Seriously, the miniatures GW are putting out now are absurdly good.

Also, this is a thing:


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Is that the player that mustn't kneel?


Yup. So if you drop your dice, better hope you're pretty flexible! There's a whole bunch of these rules, one of them is '+1 to wounds if you have a bigger beard than your opponent'

They're designed for fun, something silly to add to the game once you and your mates have had a few drinks. They're entirely optional, but I can assure you that staring at your opponent and intoning "WAR" at them in a deadly-serious voice as you roll the dice is hilarious.

Download the rules and have a look! It's a brilliant skirmish game that you can scale up as much as you want.

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This morning, all the staff here at Games Workshop Towers were summoned to the reception bit where there used to be a great big Space Marine statue. It's been replaced by this:

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That's properly cool. What material is it made out of?

Also - is reception outside?!

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It's under the big hammer thing, there. I should have said car park but I've been writing about plastic goblins all morning and am finding it hard to words good.

No idea what it's made of, I seriously hope it's been treated to withstand the horrid rains of Rottingham otherwise by December it'll be a mess and a half. Ever visited Warhammer World? it got rebuilt and reopened a couple of months ago, it's pretty cool now.

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