I started out with one of Victoria Lambs rough rider models and subbed in the sabre from the baneblade commander. After a little green stuff gap filling I started work on the eppelettes.I also decided that this guy needed a suitable base to make him stand out as my commander!
For the eppelettes I used the basic technique that I learned on Col. Gravis' blog a few years back. Starting with rough lumps and shaping them with a sharpe edge.
After that I hit him with a little paint and while he isn't yet finished I felt like showing off.
AJust starting to get back into the groove of life after my excursion to Vegas for the big tourney. It was an enjoyable weekend of getting my face smashed in. (Got tabled by sisters..) I met some interesting new people blew some money on roulette and spent entirely too much money on food!
Here we can see a pair of titans discussing the finer points of proper handbag design. If you look closely you can see a wrecked rhino by the smaller guys right foot.
I would say my biggest pitfall of the weekend was my lack of reliable scoring units. I brought dark angel bikes with drop pod wolves and despite the major threats to opponents on turn 1&2 I would be pretty well finished by turn 4-5.
This brought into focus just how much I rely on having tons of scoring power from the IG. Next time I will likely drop the pod wolves (Ah that was punny) and take some guardsmen to sure up my backfield.
I started Collecting Gamesworkshop in 2001 with my first army being the Imperial Guard.
I fell in love with the Praetorian Guard the first time I saw them and have gathered an extensive collection.
I also play Warhammer Fantasy Battle High Elves and Beastmen, Dystopian Wars Prussian Empire and now apparently I play Malifuax as well.