Welcome to my blog! Here I keep progress of my Kings of War adventures. This blog will cover my hobby endeavours (and gaming adventures) in Kings of War. As for my armies, my first love is my yellow-black human army (as seen here) which has grown to over 10,000 points Kings of War. My other … Continue reading Welcome to my blog!
Balista efficiency – hobby update
These weeks I painted up three sets of Balistas (and one more to give away). Moreover, I painted enough crew to use two of them in both of my human armies. To do so, I based the balistas without crew and then based the crew seperately. Here's the same three balistas with either three of … Continue reading Balista efficiency – hobby update
Easter hobby update – finishing up stuff.
As I recently finished my #MonsterMarch entry, this weekend was time for tidying stuff up. spoken about #MonsterMarch, here's the final blog post from the challenges' host Swordmaster. I mean, seriously, how do people find time to paint a whole army in a month? Also thanks for Albert to join us. Lovely models there and … Continue reading Easter hobby update – finishing up stuff.
MonsterMarch 2023 finished!
I finished not only one, but TWO goblin blasters this month of Monster March! That's another run of #MonsterMarch completed! (Four in a row now! YaY) Last week, the first goblins blaster was close to being finished. After some assembly, this made the leftmost model. The 2nd blaster, however, was just in its early stages. … Continue reading MonsterMarch 2023 finished!
Review – Tale of the Manticore (podcast)
And now for something completely different.... usually, I write this blog about Wargames and the Kings of War wargame specifically. This time - something new. All of us wargamers spend ungodly amounts of time getting paint on miniatures and it's good to have something to listen to while doing so. As I'm not really into … Continue reading Review – Tale of the Manticore (podcast)
MonsterMarch, week 2&3
Whoopsie, I skipped a week in the painting challenge. Actually, I only skipped writing this blog post, not the painting to much!. Last week, I got my first layer of paint on the start model. This week, I nearly finished the above model. It only needs highlights, a base, crew (in progress too) and assembly. … Continue reading MonsterMarch, week 2&3
Monster March 21 part 1
I recently started my new Monster March project: A goblin blaster. This is week 1, so I'll post my build-process. This is how they arive. (the largest part, there are several). Due to size issues, I had to size down the model to about 70%. This new model does fit perfectly on the base, but … Continue reading Monster March 21 part 1
Getting ready for #MonsterMarch23!
Each year, Swordsmaster hosts a painting challenge to paint up a single large monster in a month. This challenge is called "Monster March". Since 2019 (!) I've participated in this challenge, painting a vampire lord on dragon, phoenix, goreblight and knight horde respectively. You can find all about it here. This year, I beat Swordmaster's … Continue reading Getting ready for #MonsterMarch23!
Winter goblin blues
The first weeks of the new year have passed and the goblins are progressing nicely. This blog shows my progress on my goblin army. First of all, I started by painting a goblin king. I love the Groany Snark, so I made it a special model. For 100 points, it can work wonders (but as … Continue reading Winter goblin blues
Review: the new Mantic Rabble sprue
Currently, i'm painting up an army of goblins. Once, I vowed never to paint an ugly Mantic goblin anymore, but that was before the new Mantic goblins were released. In this blog post, I'll review these models. The goblins can be built as either rabble, sharpsticks and archers. A regiment box consists of two sets … Continue reading Review: the new Mantic Rabble sprue
The the winter hollidays over, it's time to see where the last two months of 2022 brought me in terms of painting. I painted up a few additional goblins, still it's a long way to go before the army is finally finished! That said, I did finish quite a few models here and there. First … Continue reading December painting