February 5, 2012 scrollmaster

Only the priest is painted all white because he is the “purest”. The acolytes only have a white cloth over their dark robes because the most important thing about them is the scrolls they bring to the battle field. They are not yet worthy of the full on white suit. It is a bit funny that the priest is the most important figure of the unit since I think the acolyte minis are far better sculpted.

February 5, 2012 scrollmaster

I painted the Revengers as I have painted my Menoth troops: Primed black and painted white. However this really didn’t work out as I planned on the first one (the right one) because painteing larger areas of black white requires many layers of white… too many. So the result looks crap! The second one I primed white and although it doesn’t show on the photo it has a cleaner finish because it doesn’t have layer upon layer of white covering black.

February 5, 2012 scrollmaster

This is the first test of the all white and metal colourscheme I have planned for my Menoth and I am very happy with these guys. And i am glad I decided to do a Knights themed army since I was hoping several of these white cladded holy warriors would look better together and I think they do.

February 5, 2012 scrollmaster

  At the time writting this I am actually a Cryx player, but I had this idea that a mideval painting on the big plates of a Menoth jack could look cool so I decided to buy a Menoth jack to try it out. This is the first time in years I am painting a miniature I don’t need for an army. I think last time I did something like that was in 1997, that’s six years ago. I painted the gold as non-metalic-metal which isn’t really the best technique to do battle-worn warjacks but I didn’t want too many…

February 5, 2012 scrollmaster

Menoth army composition After painting Cryx I wanted to do another faction and I chose to paint Menoth since I already had some Menoth minis lying around. But contrary to the Cryx which I built as the minis came out, I now have the luxury to compose an army on paper before buiyng anything. And doing so I decided to do a 500 point Knights Exemplar based army which looks like this: High Exemplar Kreoss 2 Revengers 1 Crusader Minimum Choir 2 units of Knights Exemplar 1 Seneshal Small changes might occur in the future, for example I would like to add another Seneshal…

February 1, 2012 scrollmaster 2Comment

This Interactive Damage Sheet let’s you create a personalised damage sheet to suit your army’s needs. It is made using Flash Technology. You need to have the Flash 6 plugin installed in your browser to view it properly. You can get the Flash 6 plugin for free from www.macromedia.com. Click here to use the Interactive Damage Sheet

February 1, 2012 scrollmaster 1Comment

One of the things many Warmachine players neglect is the fact that a destroyed warjack still takes part in the game as a wreck marker that equals rough terrain. Most times destroyed warjacks are simply removed of the battle field if nobody is using a Necrotech that is! One reason for this might be that there isn’t a wreck miniature out and most of us would rather not waste a proper warjack miniature on wreck markers although more than one can be made of each warjack. The solution So what to do? Well, answer is simple: Mech Warriors!. We all know…

February 1, 2012 scrollmaster

Kommander Irusk   I don’t play Khador but I simply had to try out the worn red technique I came up with for Boomhowler and his mates so I bought one of the best Khador minis out: Kommander Irusk. The armour is done using magic metal as base, painted Vampire Red on it loosly and drybruseh with bronze. This was very easily done and worked like a charm. Read my Basing tutorial to find out how I did the base on Irusk. I sold Irusk on ebay since I don’t play Khador. Orignal tartan