The Nephilim were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bore children to them; the same were the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown. Genesis 6:4 Bible scholars may debate the meaning of this […]Read More Giants!
The Khef are an ancient race with an unknown origin. Most of their troops are not infact Khef but are reanimated corpses from previous wars. The Khef are only currently a small threat to Crucible but are growing rapidly. The Khef below are a support laser squad. A large part of Khef equipment is either […]Read More This isn’t my first cheap Toy Soldier Rodeo… part 3: The Khef
So I finished painting my Elamite warband this morning. Again, as with the Abramites from my previous post, there is a lot of artistic license with these figures. The reason being that much of the reference images you may see online for Elamites or in Osprey books are a good few hundred years later than […]Read More Elamites
‘Biblical skirmish wargaming’ is not a phrase you often hear thrown around. In fact if you put it into google as I did recently the top result I received was a blog with a single post made by me some years ago. http://bible-bashers.blogspot.com/?m=1 In reference to that post on that dusty old blog I can’t […]Read More Bible Bashers: Biblical Skirmish Wargaming
So again from the old blog, something inspirational if you’re a bit strange like me… The Korban Grenadiers! Sometimes among the Korban ranks a soldier is both physically larger and stronger but also intellectually and tactically. These Korban are quickly drafted into elite units known as Grenadiers. The Sergeant of the unit carries a large […]Read More This Isn’t My First Cheap Toy Soldier Rodeo… Part 2: Korban Grenadiers
My latest unit counts as any 25mm based chaos unit if people are picky, or counts as literally any chaos infantry unit. Primarily for me they’ll be marauders, plague bearers or another unit of warriors. If you like converting your own stuff you can save yourself some dosh by having units that can ‘counts as’ […]Read More Slaves To Darkness Part 4… How to paint Rust
So I’ve started painting with a unit of chaos warriors. I’m so happy with how they’re coming out, I’m going for a rusty, grimy look with the chipped and peeling remnants of their armour’s paint on flatter surfaces or in deep crevices. My poor old drybrush was a casualty of this process, it is now […]Read More Slaves To Darkness Part 3