August 30, 2019 scrollmaster

Back when I moved to London (summer of 1999) I was a Warhammer 40k player, but moving to London I learned about a bunch of other super interesting scifi tabletop wargames and ended up ditching WH40K (never took to 3rd edition, I prefered the more skirmish nature of 2nd and Rouge Trader). Anyway, having been a serious Shadowrun player in high school, I knew of FASA and soon learned about Vor The Maelstrom. Now, I did end up playing Neo Soviets, but I always wanted a Growler pack (and kinda had one in my Neo Soviet army) and I won a…

June 14, 2018 scrollmaster

I won’t lie: I’ve been wanting to paint these crazy little dudes since I saw them the first time. But since I no longer play Warmachine, I didn’t have a reason to buy them. However, having picked up Dungeons & Dragons, they seemed like a perfect type of crazy fit into the Feywild which is becoming more and more prominent in our currrent campaign.

June 14, 2018 scrollmaster

Given I made a Dungeons & Dragons adventure that was crocodile themed for our current campaign, I decided that Lizardmen in my world, Heden Rei, would be Gatormen instead. Some minor tweaks to stats but otherwise identical. These Gatormen minis was speed painted as I needed them done fast in time for the adventure.  

June 14, 2018 scrollmaster

I think Privateer Press makes some fantastic miniatures, and some of them, like this Swamp Horror, is great inspiration for a Dungeons & Dragons adventure. My players haven’t faced this one yet in our current campaign… but they will! Base is using “Scenic Water” from Woodland Scenics and “Valhallan Blizzard” from Games Workshop.

August 30, 2017 scrollmaster

My 8 year-old nephew, soon to be 9 year-old nephew (HEJ DANIEL) recently got some Tyranid Termagants, but ofcourse a bit disappointed they came unpainted. Having never painted Tyranids myself I search “How to speed paint Tyranids” on YouTube and much to my surprise this amazing video called “How to Paint a Tyranid Hormagaunt” showed up and it is one fantastic video of how to speed paint Tyranids… so I decided to give it a go! I should also mention I’ve hacked a small Tyranid band together using the Shadow War: Armageddon rules creating custom rules for my nephew’s Termagants lead by…

March 26, 2017 scrollmaster

I painted this army back in 1995 – 1999 while studying visual communication and graphic design. I never really got around to photograph them, but now I am selling them for charity on ebay, I thought I’d capture them in all their battle worn glory: The army complete As you can see this army is based around what miniatures I could get hold of and wanted to paint. So it is a Night Goblin / Savage Orcs / Black Orcs army! The Management The army is lead by a dual effort of Skarsnik and Gobbla under the heavy influence of…

December 19, 2012 scrollmaster 1Comment

As described on the Cynwäll Pulsar page I decided to quickly boost my previously unsuccessful Elves with a Pulsar and an Equanimous Warrior that I started painting well over a year ago.

December 19, 2012 scrollmaster 1Comment

As some of you may remember I got thoroughly thrashed by my brother and his fiancee during the summer’s Confrontation battles. Probably due to my inability to make proper use of my Elves rather than anything else. I was determined to get my Orcs of the Behemoth painted for Christmas, but new job and a project taking me away from home got in the way (I did paint one tracker, just for the record). So five days before flying home I in a panic attack-ish fit decided to beef up my Elves with a Pulsar, which I hadn’t even assembled…

August 14, 2012 scrollmaster 4Comment

I met up with my brother and his fiance and we have a chance to play two 400points 3-player Confrontation battles. For me it was the first time in years and since we only decided to play last minute, I didn’t get a chance to finish my Orcs of the Behemoth so i had to settle for my paint-to-play Cynwäll Elves who are stand-ins until my Orcs are completed. My Elves faced my brother’s Undeads and his fiance’s Wolfen. Here are photos of the first battle but I can reveal I lost both games horribly.  Set-Up The first game was with no Magic or Miracles mainly…

June 8, 2012 scrollmaster 1Comment

As described on the Cynwall page, the main point of my Elven army was a quick-paint-to-play army to have something to play with while painting the Orcs of the Behemoth army containing miniatures that take considerably longer to paint. Nevertheless I am not entirely happy with how these Echahïm turned out and I think it is because I feel they lack definition between the light blue armour and the white cloth. I also think their face look more like drag queens than elegant elven females, but as this is a paint-to-play army, I am not going to repaint them.. I think….