Archive for November, 2010

Another Space Wolves Update

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

So I was able to overcome my recent inability to even look at grey Space Wolves and got a bit done.

Built/Converted some Wolf Scouts:

The guys in the front (axe and prominent sword) have power weapons, the guy with the bare arm to the left of the poweraxe guy is getting mark of the Wulfen. Armless guy will get a Melter.

Proceeded with painting the Thunderwolf Cav and the Hero of Wolf Guard:

The guy with the Wolf Claw is the Hero of the Wolf Guard and will get a Combi-Melta once I got the additional Melters I’ve been hunting down. His arms are glued to the body whereas the arms of the three other guys are all magnetized. The Storm shields and power fists requred some converting and the legs are all repositioned so they fit onto the Wolves properly.

Two days ago I got some work done on the Khorne Berzerkers as well. They’re about 70 to 80% finished now.

Space Wolves Update, Blood Bowl Update and the Future of this Blog

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

Heya, after all these event reports, here’s finally something closer to what I actually do.

From top left to bottom right:

.) Fenrisian Wolves (converted/sculpted)

.) Wolf Lord on Thunderwolf

.) Mission Objective markers and a Chooser of the Slain marker


7th annual Vienna Fantasy Gaming Convention Pt.1 and 2

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

Fall is a crazy time for modelling and fantasy games (and of course the combination of both – tabletop wargaming) around here. There’s three big events going on within four weeks and after the model expo I talked about in my last posting, Fantasy Gaming Convention (a.k.a. Harrycon, named after the guy who owns one of the awesomest gaming and comics stores in the region and who started the convention), took place this Sunday, 31st October.

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this event and to be honest, I wasn’t even very eager to go there the day it took place (being Sunday, the weather getting cooler, me being a very lazy person on Sundays and so on) but once I was there, I immediately changed my mind. It’s probably as nice as such an event can get.